Subj:     Cute Tests2
                 (Includes 18 jokes and articles, 04856,4,cf,md4w,2)

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Animated Gifs Collection
Includes the following:  The News IQ Quiz (S856 in Supp2)
.........................Smart Or Stoopid (S791 in Supp2)
.........................Japanese Brain Game (S786 in Supp2)
.........................The Impossible Quiz2 (S656)
.........................Isaac Asimov's Super Quizes
.........................Two Tough Questions (S672 in Supp)
.........................Over 40 Test (S648 in Supp)
.........................Deadly Sins Quiz (S642 in Supp)
.........................Brain Teaser Quiz (S635 in Supp)
.........................Quiz: Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? (S571 in Supp)
.........................6 Truths Of Life (S586b)
.........................My Brain's Age (S610 in Supp)
.........................My Brain's Age II - Game (S735 in Supp)
.........................Do you remember these? (S581 in Supp)
.........................Concentration Test For Men (S592b in Supp)
.........................Three Question Test (S569 in Supp)
.........................Test For People Over 50 Years Old (S570C in Supp)
.........................Trivia Bits By Stanley Newman (S573c in Supp)
.........................Trivia Bits for 10/8/2009 (S666b in Supp)
.........................Trivia Bits II for 12/3/2010 (S725)
.........................Trivia Bits III for 1/14/2011 (S731)
.........................Other Trivia Bits (in Supp)
.........................Word Puzzle (S553 in Supp)
.........................During And After A Quake - Quiz (S592 in Supp)
.........................People Who Think They Know Everything Quiz (S443b in Supp)
.........................The Banana Test (S602c in Supp)
.........................MSN Encarta - Quiz (S436b in Supp)
.........................60s Dance Trivia (S617b in Supp)
.........................Frazz Comic Strip (S663b in Supp)
.........................IQ Test (S477c)
.........................Are You In The 98% Test? (S424)
.........................Good Short Test (S386b)
.........................I.Q. Test (S370)
.........................World's Easiest Exam (S325b, S552b)
.........................SAT Test Answers (S316)
.........................Fun Age Test (S277)
.........................Vocal Puzzles (S153)
.........................Simple Knowledge Test (S140, S534b)
.........................Power Of Observation - Test/Video (S542c)
.........................F I N A L   E X A M I N A T I O N  II (S128)
.........................The Best 'Pick A Color, Etc. Quiz' (S106)
.........................Brain Teasers (S96)
.........................Priority Test (S95)
.........................W H A T  A M  I ? ? (S69, S521c)
.........................The Test (S89, S598c)
.........................A Puzzle (S68)
.........................Free Will Or Synaptic Wiring?
.........................Tibetan Personality Test (S481)
.........................Tibetan Personality Test II (S582b)

Subj:     IQ Test (S477c in Math4b)
          From: HighIQSociety on 3/8/2006
 Source: http://www.highiqsociety.org/iq_tests/

 Have you ever wondered what your IQ score was?  Go to the
 above web site, click on the top button (shown to the right)
 and answer their 36 questions, and you will be shown a pretty
 good estimate of your IQ.

Subj:     Are You In The 98% Test? (S424)
         From: LABLaughsClean on 3/11/2005

 Are you in the 98% or the 2% ?

 At the end of this, you are asked a question.

 Answer it immediately. Don't stop and think about it.

 Just say the first thing that pops into your mind.

 This is a fun "test " ! Give it a try, then e-mail it
 around (including back to me) and you'll see how many
 people you know fall into the same percentage as you.
 Be sure to put in the subject line if you are among
 98% or 2%. You'll understand what that means after
 you finish taking the "test".

 Now... just follow the instructions as quickly as

 Do not go to the next calculation before you have
 finished the previous one.

 You do not ever need to write or remember the answers,
 just do it using your mind.

 You'll be surprised.


 How much is:

 15 + 6

 3 + 56

 89 + 2

 12 + 53

 75 + 26

 25 + 52

 63 + 32

 I know! Calculations are hard work, but it's nearly over..!

 Come on, one more...

 123 + 5


 Scroll further to the bottom...

 A bit more...

 You just thought about a red hammer, didn't you?

 If this is not your answer, you are among 2% of
 people who have a different, if not abnormal, mind.

 98% of the folks would answer a red hammer while
 doing this exercise.

 If you do not believe this, pass it around and
 you'll see.

Subj:     Good Short Test (S386b)
          From: Imogenelumen on 6/14/2004

 Take your time and see if you can read each line
 aloud without a mistake. The average person can't.
    This is this cat
    This is is cat
    This is how cat
    This is to cat
    This is keep cat
    This is an cat
    This is old cat
    This is person cat
    This is busy cat
    This is for cat
    This is forty cat
    This is seconds cat
Now go back and read the
THIRD word in each line
from the top down and I
betcha you can't resist
passing it on.

Subj:     I.Q. Test (S370)
          From: Imogenelumen on 2/20/2004

 There is a mute who wants to buy a toothbrush.  By imitating
 the action of brushing one's teeth, he successfully expresses
 himself to the shopkeeper and the purchase is done.

 Now if there is a blind man who wishes to buy a pair of
 sunglasses, how should he express himself?  Think about it
 first before scrolling down for the answer...

 He opens his mouth and says. "I would like to buy a pair of

 If you got this wrong...please go dig a hole and hide.

Subj:     World's Easiest Exam (S325b, S552b)
          From: JBCARY1 on 4/17/2003
      and From: LABLaughsClean on 8/18/2007

 This test that's not so simple. I didn't get any
 of them right!

  (Passing requires 4 correct answers)
  1) How long did the Hundred Years War last?
  2) Which country makes Panama hats?
  3) From which animal do we get catgut?
  4) In which month do Russians celebrate
     the October Revolution?
  5) What is a camel's hair brush made of?
  6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are
     named after what animal?
  7) What was King George VI's first name?
  8) What color is a purple finch?
  9) Where are Chinese gooseberries from?
 10) What is the color of the black box in a commercial airplane?

  All done? Check your answers below!

  1) How long did the Hundred Years War last? *116 years
  2) Which country makes Panama hats? *Ecuador
  3) From which animal do we get cat gut? *Sheep and Horses
  4) In which month do Russians celebrate the
     October Revolution? *November
  5) What is a camel's hair brush made of? *Squirrel fur
  6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named
     after what animal? *Dogs
  7) What was King George VI's first name? *Albert
  8) What color is a purple finch? *Crimson
  9) Where are Chinese gooseberries from? *New Zealand
 10) What is the color of the black box in a commercial
     airplane? *Orange, of course.

Subj:     SAT Test Answers (S316)
          From: pns on 2/14/2003

 This is funny, but really scary if you think about it!
 Subject: SAT Test Answers The following questions and
 answers were collated from SAT tests given to 16-year-
 old students!

 Q: Name the four seasons.
 A: Salt, pepper, mustard and vinegar.

 Q: Explain one of the processes by which water can be made
    safe to drink.
 A: Flirtation makes water safe to drink because it removes
    large pollutants like grit, sand, dead sheep and canoeists.

 Q: How is dew formed?
 A: The sun shines down on the leaves and makes them perspire.

 Q: What is a planet?
 A: A body of earth surrounded by sky.

 Q: What causes the tides in the oceans?
 A: The tides are a fight between the Earth and the Moon.
    All water tends to flow towards the moon, because there
    is no water on the moon, and nature abhors a vacuum.  I
    forget where the sun joins in this fight.

 Q: In a democratic society, how important are elections?
 A: Very important.  Sex can only happen when a male gets
    an election.

 Q: What are steroids?
 A: Things for keeping carpets still on the stairs.

 Q: What happens to your body as you age?
 A: When you get old, so do your bowels and you get

 Q: What happens to a boy when he reaches puberty?
 A: He says good-bye to his boyhood and looks forward
    to his adultery.

 Q: Name a major disease associated with cigarettes.
 A: Premature death.

 Q: How can you delay milk turning sour?
 A: Keep it in the cow.

 Q: How are the main parts of the body categorized?
    (e.g., abdomen.)
 A: The body is consisted into three parts - the brainium,
    the borax and the abdominal cavity.  The branium contains
    the brain, the borax contains the heart and lungs, and
    the abdominal cavity contains the five bowels, A,E,I,O
    and U.

 Q: What is the Fibula?
 A: A small lie.

 Q: What does "varicose" mean?
 A: Nearby.

 Q: What is the most common form of birth control?
 A: Most people prevent contraception by wearing a

 Q: Give the meaning of the term "Cesarean Section."
 A: The cesarean section is a district in Rome.

 Q: What is a seizure?
 A: A Roman emperor.

 Q: What is a terminal illness?
 A: When you are sick at the airport.

 Q: Give an example of a fungus.  What is a
    characteristic feature?
 A: Mushrooms.  They always grow in damp places
    and so they look like umbrellas.

 Q: What does the word "benign" mean?
 A: Benign is what you will be after you be eight.

 Q: What is a turbine?
 A: Something an Arab wears on his head.

Subj:     Fun Age Test (S277)
          From: mombear1 on 5/20/2002

 A nice little test for you. Only count the ones you remember,
 not the ones you have seen in old movies or that someone has
 told you about. Ratings at the bottom.
    1.      Blackjack chewing gum
    2.     Wax Coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water
    3.      Candy cigarettes
    4.      Soda pop machines that dispensed bottle
    5.      Coffee shops with tableside jukeboxes
    6.      Home milk delivery in glass bottles
               with cardboard stoppers
    7.      Party lines
    8.      Newsreels before the movie
    9.      P.F. Flyers
    10.     Butch wax
    11.     Telephone numbers with a word prefix (Olive-6933)
    12.     Peashooters
    13.     Howdy Doody
    14.     45 RPM records
    15.     S?H Green Stamps
    16.     Hi-fi's
    17.     Metal ice trays with lever
    18.     Mimeograph paper
    19.     Blue flashbulb
    20.     Beanie and Cecil
    21.     Roller skate keys
    22.     Cork popguns
    23.     Drive-ins
    24.     Studebakers
    25.     Wash tub wringers

    If you remembered 0-5 = You're still young
    If you remembered 6-10 = You are getting older
    If you remembered 11-15 = Don't tell your age
    If you remembered 16-25 = You're older than dirt!

Subj:     Vocal Puzzles (S153)
          From: smiles on 01/06/2000

          Same as 'Puzzles Of Names' in TEST1

Subj:    Simple Knowledge Test (S140, S534b)
        From: RFSlick on 10/07/1999
     and From: vaterbenicia on 4/10/2007

 Write down your answers to check 'em at the end.

  1. On a standard traffic light, is the green on the top
     or bottom?
  2. How many states are there?
  3. In which hand is the Statue of Liberty's torch?
  4. What 6 colors are on the classic Campbell's soup label?
  5. What 2 letters don't appear on the telephone dial?
  6. What 2 #'s on the telephone dial don't have
     letters by them?
  7. When you walk does your left arm swing w/ your right
     or left leg?
  8. How many matches are in a standard pack?
  9. On our flag, is the top stripe red or white?
 10. What is the lowest # on the FM dial?
 11. Which way does water go down the drain, clockwise or
 12. Which way does a "no smoking" sign's slash run?
 13. How many channels on a VHF TV dial?
 14. Which side of a woman's blouse are the buttons on?
 15. On a NY license plate, is New York on the top or bottom?
 16. Which way do fans rotate?
 17. Whose face is on a dime?
 18. How many sides does a stop sign have?
 19. Do books have even # pages on the right or left side?
 20. How many lug nuts are on a standard car wheel?
 21. How many sides are there on a standard pencil?
 22. Sleepy, Happy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey, Doc. Who's missing?
 23. How many hot dog buns are in a standard package?
 25. On which card is the cardmaker's trademark?
 26. On which side of a venetian blind is the cord that
     adjusts the opening between the slats?
 27. On the back of a $1 bill, what is in the center?
 28. There are 12 buttons on a touch tone phone.
     What 2 symbols bear no digits?
 29. How many curves are in a standard paper clip?
 30. Does a merry-go-round turn clockwise or counter-clockwise?



  1. Bottom
  2. 50
  3. Right
  4. Blue, red, white, yellow, black, and gold
  5. Q, Z
  6. 1, 0
  7. Left
  8. 20
  9. Red
 10. 88
 11. Counter-clockwise (unless you happen to be
     south of the equator)
 12. Towards the bottom right
 13. 12 (no #1)
 14. Right
 15. Top
 16. Clockwise as you look at it
 17. Roosevelt
 18. 8
 19. Left
 20. 5
 21. 6
 22. Bashful
 23. 6
 24. Did you notice there wasn't one?
 25. Ace of spades
 26. Left
 27. ONE
 28. *, #
 29. 3
 30. Counter-clockwise


 30-28 Genius...Mensa is calling!
 25-27 Not too shabby!
 20-24 You could do better!
 16-19 McDonald's is calling!
 15 or below Damn! Being blind wouldn't affect you one bit!!

Subj:     Power Of Observation (S542c,d)
          From: darrell94590
          on 6/4/2007
 Source: http://www.oldjoeblack.0nyx.com/thinktst.htm

 This test in video form is the same as the text one above
 titled 'Simple Knowledge Test' (30 questions).  You answer
 twenty-five multiple-choice questions and see how observant
 you really are.  You can take the test at the source above,
 or on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

Subj:     F I N A L   E X A M I N A T I O N  II (S128)
          From: smiles on 7/9/99

 About 30 years ago, my father taught Literature in high
 school summer school.  The school directed that each class
 give a final exam on the last day of the term and then
 submit completed grade cards by the end of the day. This
 usually meant a lot of extra hassle for the teachers.  My
 father, however, gave the final a day early and computed
 all of the grade card scores.  The cards were already to
 be turned in.

 When the students came to class the last day, my father
 stood in front of the class and told them that the
 administration had decreed that a final exam was to be
 given that day, and he had just the "final" for them.

 This is a copy of the "final exam" he passed out: (It's
 one big paragraph.) Hope you enjoy! Pam ?blkshld@bga.com>

                        How Smart Are You?

 If the letter Z appears anywhere before this comma, cross
 it out, otherwise cross it out in this word: Zoo.  Now
 unless the word "word" appears in sword, draw a wavy line
 here _________, otherwise draw a cross; and by the way,
 if A is number 1 in the alphabet, what does JM total? _____
 If dogs chase cats, and cats chase mice, tell what single-
 figure odd number becomes even when viewed upside down,
 ______, otherwise draw a cross ______.  Don't write
 DISCURSIVE here __________ if the word does not contain
 all of the vowels, but instead write the first four vowels
 in the alphabet.  Now go back to the first sentence and
 circle the word Zoo unless a circle cannot represent any
 letter of the alphabet.  So much for the alphabet, except
 that if C is not the third letter don't draw a square here
 _____ but do draw a cow's ear at the bottom of the page,
 unless D is not the second letter, in which case draw as
 human ear, unless you can't draw a human ear.  If EAR
 rhymes with HAIR draw an ear anyway.  Can you count from
 10 down to 5?  Do this backwards, writing the numbers on
 this line _______________.  Now if a BAT can be a bird or
 not an animal don't draw a ball at the left of this line,
 but write there the letters which appear least often in
 ABRACADABRA.  Punctuate this sentence to make sense: THAT
 THAT IS IS.  Then if the wrong answer to "What is the
 largest state?" is Texas, write California here __________
 otherwise in the same space don't write ZOWIE unless deer
 hear.  Draw a line over the second word in this sentence
 and under the second word in the next sentence.  Write
 three words ending in "X" at the top of this page. Write
 XYZ at the left of the page if a circle is not a square:
 Wait!  Write it at the right of the page instead unless
 a circle is sometimes bigger than a square.  Next, give
 the wrong answer to the negative of this question:  How
 old are you? ______ Now if you've had enough, write UNCLE
 at the end of this sentence, otherwise write UNCLE _______.

Subj:     The Best 'Pick A Color, Etc. Quiz' (S106)
          From: smiles on 99-02-05

 I promise this one is worth trying.  (At least read through it.)

 You must follow the rules on this one exactly, otherwise it
 won't.  work. It's really scary how this works out.

 First, get a pen and paper.

 Second, write the numbers one through six.

 Next to number one, write any number...

 Next to number two, write the  name of anyone to which you
 are really attracted...

 Next to three, write down the first color you can think of...

 Next to number four, write the name of your first pet....

 Next to number five and six write down the name of a family

 Remember... no cheating .....
 Keep scrolling down........
 Don't cheat, or you'll be upset.......
 Here are the answers....

 1. The number next to number one shows how many times you
    should be smashed in the face with a baseball bat for
    thinking that stupid e-mails like this actually mean
    anything.  You are a bloomin' idiot.

 2. The person named next to number two is someone who will
    never sleep with you because  you're stupid enough to
    waste your time on something like this....

 3. The color you picked means nothing.  It's a damn color
    for heaven's sake...

 4. Number four gives you the name of a dead animal....

 5. Numbers five and six represent family members who are
    embarrased to be related to you.....

Subj:     Brain Teasers (S96)
          From: RFSlick on 98-09-22

 1. There is one word in the English language that is always
    pronounced incorrectly. What is it?

 2. A man gave one son 10 cents and another son was given
    15 cents.  What time is it?

 3. A boat has a ladder that has six rungs, each rung is
    one foot apart.  The bottom rung is one foot from the
    water.  The tide rises at 12 inches every 15 minutes.
    High tide peaks in one hour.  When the tide is at it's
    highest, how many rungs are under water?

 4. There is a house with four walls. Each wall faces south.
    There is a window in each wall.  A bear walks by one of
    the windows.  What color is the bear?

 5. Is half of two plus two equal to two or three?

 6. There is a room. The shutters are blowing in.  There is
    broken glass on the floor.  There is water on the floor.
    You find Sloppy dead on the floor.  How did sloppy die?

 7. How much dirt would be in a hole 6 feet deep and 6 feet
    wide that has been dug with a square edged shovel?

 8. If I were in Hawaii and dropped a bowling ball in a
    bucket of water which is 45 degrees F, and dropped
    another ball of the same weight, mass, and size in a
    bucket at 30 degrees F, them at the same time, which
    ball would hit the bottom of the bucket first?  Same
    question, but the location is in Canada?

 9. What is the significance of the following:  The year
    is 1978, thirty-four minutes past noon on May 6th.

10. What can go up a chimney down, but can't go down
    a chimney up?

11. A farmer needs to cut his hay so he can play baseball.
    He piles seven haystacks in left field, and five in
    right filed.  If he combined them all in the center
    field, how many haystacks does he have?

12. What is it that goes up and goes down but does not move?

 Answers To Brain Teasers

 1. Incorrectly.

 2. 1:45. The man gave away a total of 25 cents. He divided it
    between two people. Therefore, he gave a quarter to two.

 3. None, the boat rises with the tide. Duh.

 4. White. If all the walls face south, the house is at the
    north pole, and the bear, therefore, is a polar bear.

 5. Three. Well, it seems that it could almost be either,
    but if you follow the mathematical orders of operation,
    division is performed before addition.  So... half of
    two is one.  Then add two, and the answer is three.

 6. Sloppy is a goldfish. The wind blew the shutters in,
    which knocked his goldfish-bowl off the table, and it
    broke, killing him.

 7. None.  No matter how big a hole is, it's still a hole:
    the absence of dirt. (And those of you who said 36 cubic
    feet are wrong for another reason, too.  You would have
    needed the length measurement too.  So you don't even
    know how much air is in the hole.)

 8. Both questions, same answer: the ball in the bucket of
    45 degree F water hits the bottom of the bucket last.
    Did you think that the water in the 30 degree F bucket
    is frozen?  Think again.  The question said nothing
    about that bucket having anything in it.  Therefore,
    there is no water (or ice) to slow the ball down...

 9. The time and month/date/year are 12:34, 5/6/78.

10. An umbrella.

11. One. If he combines all of his haystacks,
    they all become one big stack.

12. The temperature.

Subj:     Priority Test (S95)
          From: auntieg on 98-11-25

 I thought this test was interesting, and it only takes a
 few moments to do, I promise!


 There are five things going on simultaneously which need
 to be taken care of:
 1. The telephone is ringing.
 2. The baby is crying.
 3. Someone knocks at the front door or rings the doorbell.
 4. There is laundry hanging on the line outside and
    it begins to rain.
 5. The water faucet in the kitchen is running.

 In what order do you take care of the problems? Jot down
 your order, and scroll down after you've made your decision.
 Each represent something in your life. Don't cheat.
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >
 1. The phone represents your job or career.
 2. The baby, your family.
 3. The visitor, your friends.
 4. The laundry, your sex life.
 5. The running water, money or wealth.

 Makes you think, eh??? Hmmmmmmm. How close did
 this test match your priorities in Life?

Subj:     W H A T  A M  I ? ? (S69, S521c)

 This useful tool, commonly found in the range of 8 inches
 long.  The functioning of which is enjoyed by members of
 both sexes, is usually found hung, dangling loosely,
 ready for instant action.  It boasts of a clump of little
 hairy things at one end and a small hole at the other.

 In use, it is quickly inserted, almost always willingly,
 sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly, into a warm, fleshy,
 moist opening where it is thrust in and drawn out again
 and again many times in succession, often quickly and
 accompanied by squirming bodily movements.  Anyone found
 listening in will most surely recognize the rhythmic,
 pulsing sound, resulting from the well lubricated
 movements.  When finally withdrawn, it leaves behind a
 juicy, frothy, sticky white substance, some of which will
 need cleaning from the outer surfaces of the opening and
 some from its long glistening shaft.  After everything is
 done and the flowing and cleansing liquids have ceased
 emanating, it is returned to its freely hanging state of
 rest, ready for yet another bit of action, hopefully
 reaching its bristling climax twice or three times a day,
 but often much less.

 W H A T  A M  I ? ?

 As you may have already guessed, the answer to the riddle
 is none other than your very own

 "Get your mind out of the gutter."  :-)

Subj:     The Test (S89, S598c)
          From: RFSlick on 98-10-12
      and From: LABLaughsClean on 6/27/2008

 What to do:

 1)  Grab a pen/pencil and paper.
 2)  Mark the paper 1 to 10 down the side
 3)  Answer each question and mark the corresponding letter
     to your answer on the paper
 4)  Calculate the point score for each question for each
     of your answers
 5)  Total up the points for all the questions and see
     where you land!

 Here goes...

 1.  When do you feel your best?
     (a)  In the morning
     (b)  During the afternoon and early evening
     (c)  Late at night

 2.  Do you usually walk
     (a)  fairly fast, with long steps?
     (b)  fairly fast, but with short, quick steps?
     (c)  less fast, head up looking the world in the face?
     (d)  less fast, head down?
     (e)  very slowly?

 3.  When talking to people, do you
     (a)  stand with your arms folded?
     (b)  have your hands clasped?
     (c)  have one or both your hands on your hips?
     (d)  touch or push the person to whom you are talking?
     (e)  play with your ear, touch your chin, or smooth your hair?

 4.  When relaxing, do you sit with
     (a)  your knees bent and your legs neatly side by side?
     (b)  your legs crossed?
     (c)  your legs stretced out or straight?
     (d)  with one leg curled under you?

 5.  When something really amuses you, how do you react?  Do you give
     (a)  a big, appreciative laugh?
     (b)  a laugh, but not a loud one?
     (c)  a quiet chuckle?
     (d)  a big smile?
     (e)  a slow smile?

 6.  When you go to a party or social gathering, you
    (a)  make a loud entrance so everyone notices you?
    (b)  make a quieter entrance looking around quickly
         for someone you know
    (c)  make quietest possible entrance? and try to stay unnoticed?

 7.  You are working hard, concentrating hard.
     You are interrupted. Do you
    (a)  welcome the break?
    (b)  feel extremely irritated?
    (c)  vary between these two extremes?

 8.  Which of the following colors do you like most
     (a)  red or orange
     (b)  black
     (c)  yellow or light blue
     (d)  green
     (e)  dark blue or purple
     (f)  white
     (g)  brown, gray, or violet

  9.  When you are in bed at night, in those last
      few moments before going to sleep, do you lie
     (a)  stretched out on your back?
     (b)  stretched out face down on your stomach?
     (c)  on your side, slightly curled?
     (d)  with your head on one arm?
     (e)  with your head under the covers?

  10. Do you often dream that you are
     (a)  falling?
     (b)  fighting or struggling?
     (c)  searching for something or somebody?
     (d)  flying or floating?
     (e)  or do you usually have a dreamless sleep?
     (f)  or do you have pleasant dreams?


   1.  (a)  2   (b)  4    (c)  6
   2.  (a)  6   (b)  4    (c)  7   (d)  2   (e)  1
   3.  (a)  4   (b)  2    (c)  5   (d)  7   (e)  6
   4.  (a)  4   (b)  6    (c)  2   (d)  1
   5.  (a)  6   (b)  4    (c)  3   (d)  5   (e)  2
   6.  (a)  6   (b)  4    (c)  2
   7.  (a)  6   (b)  2    (c)  4
   8.  (a)  6   (b)  7    (c)  5   (d)  4   (e)  3   (f)  2   (g)  1
   9.  (a)  7   (b)  6    (c)  4   (d)  2   (e)  1
  10.  (a)  4   (b)  2    (c)  3   (d)  5   (e)  6   (f)  1

  Add the total number of points.

 Others see you as someone they should "handle with care."
 You are seen as vain, self-centered and extremely dominant.
 Others may admire you and wish they could be more like you,
 but they don't always trust you and hesitate to become too
 deeply involved with you.

 Your friends see you as an exciting, highly volatile, rather
 impulsive personality; a natural leader, quick to make
 decisions (though not always the right ones).  They see you
 as a bold and venturesome; someone who will try anything -
 well almost anything - once; someone who takes a chance and
 enjoys an adventure.  They enjoy being in your company
 because of the excitement you radiate.

 Others see you as fresh, lively, charming, amusing and
 always interesting; someone who is constantly the center
 of attention, but sufficiently well-balanced not to let
 it go to your head.  They see you also as kind,
 considerate and understanding; someone who will cheer
 them up and help them out.

 Other people see you as sensible, cautious, careful and
 practical.  They see you as clever, gifted or talented,
 but modest.  Not a person who makes friends too quickly
 or too easily, but someone who is extremely loyal to the
 friends you do make and who expects the same loyalty in
 return.  Those who really get to know you realize that
 it takes a lot to shake your trust in your friends, but,
 equally, that it takes you a long time to get over it if
 that trust is shaken.

 Your friends see you as painstaking, perhaps a little
 fussy at times.  They see you as very, very cautious and
 extremely careful; a slow and steady plodder.  It would
 really surprise them if you ever did something impulsively
 or on the spur of the moment.  They expect you to examine
 everything carefully from every side and then, usually
 decide against it. They think this reaction on your part
 is caused partly by your carefully nature and partly by

 People think you are shy, nervous and indecisive, someone
 needs to be looked after, who always wants someone else
 to make the  decisions and who doesn't want to get
 involved with anyone or anything.  They see you as a
 worrier, who sees problems that don't exist.  Some people
 think your are boring.  Only the people who know you well
 know that you aren't.  The trouble is that you don't let
 very many people get close to you.

Subj:     A Puzzle (S68)
          From: auntieg on 98-05-17

 Here's A Puzzle for You:
 Schwartznegger has a big one,
 Michael Fox has a small one,
 Madonna doesn't have one,
 The pope has one but doesn't use it,
 Clinton uses his all the time, what is it?
 a last name........ Were you thinking of something else?

Subj:     Free Will Or Synaptic Wiring?
          From: Anaise on 98-05-16

 Free will or synaptic wiring?

 You be the judge.

 Check out the following exercise, Just follow these instructions,
 and answer the questions one at a time and as quickly as you can!
 Don't advance until you've done each of them... really.
 Now, arrow down (but not too fast, you might miss something)....

 What is:                                1+5





 Now repeat saying the number 6 to yourself as fast as you
 can for 15 seconds, then scroll down.

 Then arrow down.

 Keep going.

 You're thinking of a carrot, right?

 If not, you're among the 2% of the population whose minds are
 warped enough to think of something else.  98% of people will
 answer with carrot when given this exercise. Freaky, huh?

Subj:     Tibetan Personality Test (S481)
          From: RFSlick on 98-05-13
      and From: jtgalvan on 4/8/2006

 This is funny. No cheating.

 * Make a wish before you start the quiz ***

 Warning! Do take the quiz as you read,
 there are only 4 questions, and if
 you scan all the way to the end before
 finishing you won't get the honest results.

 Don't cheat! Scroll slowly and do each
 exercise. Don't look ahead.

 Get pencil and paper and write it down.
 You will need it at the end.
 This is an honest quiz, that will tell
 you about your true self.


 Question I :
 Arrange the following 5 animals
 according to your preference:

 Question II :
 Write one word to describe each of the

 Question III :
 Think of somebody (who also knows you)
 that you can relate to the following colors

 Please don't repeat your answer twice.
 Name only one person for each color.

 Question IV :

 Finally, indicate your favorite number
 (between 1 ? 10)
 and favorite day of the week.

 Are you done????? Make sure your
 answers are what you TRULY feel.......

 Last chance............

 See interpretations below :

 But before going on, repeat your wish
 Question I :

 This will define your priorities in life

 Cow means career
 Tiger means pride
 Sheep means love
 Horse means family
 Monkey means money

 Question II :

 Your description of Dog implies your
 own personality
 Your description of Cat implies your
 partner's personality
 Your description of Rat implies your
 enemy's personality
 Your description of Coffee is how you
 interpret sex
 Your description of Ocean implies your
 own life

 Question III :

 Yellow - somebody who will never forget you
 Orange - someone whom you can consider as
 your real friend
 Red - someone you really love
 White - your soulmate
 Green - a person whom you will always
 remember for the rest of your life

 Question IV :

 Your favorite number will be the number
 of persons you will be sending
 this test to and the favorite day will
 be the day that your wish will come

Subj:     Tibetan Personality Test II (S582b,d)
          From: ginafm on 3/20/2008
 Source: http://memoriter.net/flash/test.html

 This four question test is quite revealing about your
 values.  You can take the test at the source above,
 or on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

                           -(o o)-
..............................From Smiley Faces