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The truly bizarre quiz-meme:

Posted by Miss Knotty on March 5, 2007

Okay. I took a quiz earlier on Myspace called ’38 spontaneous questions’.

The questions were not spontaneous, nor were they in any way angled to  make anyone think, laugh, or write funny answers.  What. a. bore.

So here are some questions that I thought of while I was answering the boring quiz (which Myspace actually wouldn’t post my answers to the boring quiz.  Sigh.

Anyway, here is my version of the spontaneous questions quiz.  There are some quote-questions in there, there are also some questions containing silly quotes, and some truly bizarre stuff, if I do say so myself.  If you answer, please hit me with a link – I’d love to see how people respond.  If you think I’m a nut, comment and tell me so.  It’ll probably make me laugh.   I’d like a good laugh.

I’m not tagging anyone, and this isn’t one of those ‘ if you don’t answer 60 horrible things will happen to every person you’ve ever told that you love’ or anything.  It’s really. just. for. giggles.

Thank you and have a nice day.  Rememer, if you read it and decide to answer, please comment with a link, I’d love to read it.

Cheers!

What is the airspeed velocity of a laden swallow?

Which is stickier: Cotton Candy or a Caramel apple?

If you were trying to dig to China, what kind of vessel would you use to get through the Liquid Hot Magma?

If you had a choice of a lifetime supply of Tube Socks or one pair of handknit socks from your now-deceased grandmother to last you for the rest of your life, which would you choose?

When you were a kid, did you make up songs to sing while waiting on your mom at the department store?

When you think of all the movies that have ever been made, what movie comes to mind as the movie you would stay up until 2:30 a.m. to watch because it has the director’s commentary enabled? (supposing, of course, that this is NOT a movie in your collection)

Would you sacrifice your integrity for money?

What is the contents of the black shoebox in the back of your closet?

When the rubber meets the road, are you going to be behind the wheel, or under it?

If Train A leaves Tuscon at 8:30 a.m. and Train B leaves Ottawa at 4:15 p.m., in what state will they bury the survivors?

Would you consider answering a philosophical question with a quote from someone else?  Would your quote be from The Bible?

How many vinyl records have you bought in your lifetime? Do you know what a vinyl record is?  Do you know what an 8-track is? (in desperate tone of voice) – Do you know what a cassette tape is?  Do you know what a CD is?  Sigh.

What’s the last sport you invented?

How many cookbooks does your mother own?

Do you think the Eastern Seaboard is sinking as a result of the number of old “National Geographic” Magazines that people have in their basements?

When you are reading for pleasure, do you take notes?

If you had to guess, how many dance partners would you say that your grandmother had at her coming-out party?

When you were at the last New Year’s party you attended, did anyone end up wearing a lampshade as a hat?  Was it you?  Are there photographs?  Are they on the Internet? Are you sorry?

When you consider the serious ramifications of global warming on the world today, do you think that ice cream vendors are going to have difficulties selling their products?

Without counting, how many pennies do you have in your savings account at this very moment?

When you read Plato, do you think in a Greek accent?

Do you think Wayne Newton is creepier now, or when he had that weird woman-voice back in the 50s-60s (I know, I know – who’s Wayne Newton?)

If you had to visit Waukeegan, WI for four days, who would you take with you?

If you see a Notary Public running at you brandishing a stamp, what do you do?

Do you prefer cambric or buckskin for frontierwear?

Bacon or corned beef hash?

What is the square root of the number of videos in my apartment? (Not your apartment.)

Do you believe that Jesus Christ is your Lord and savior, and that He died on the cross to forgive your sins?

Phillips or flat-head?

Would you ever dye your hair with Kool-Aid?  What flavor would you use?

When Dostoyevsky was writing “The Brothers Karamazov”, do you think he was comparing notes with Tolstoy on “Crime and Punishment?”

Do you like Jamaican music?  Have you ever actually heard any Jamaican music?

When you milk a cow, do you talk to it or whistle tunelessly through your teeth?

Which is the best gift: a pen-and-pencil set, a paperweight, or a cellphone from the 1980s?

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One Response to “The truly bizarre quiz-meme:”

  1. AlisonH said

    My husband was once interviewing someone for a job. We lived in a town that had a toll booth at the freeway exit at our town; 25 cents or a token to get off, 50 cents or two tokens to continue on through. Locals bought rolls of the tokens, which gave you half off.

    The guy he interviewed bragged about telling the tolltaker that he was getting off, and that he then continued through and got away with it. No biggy.

    Meaning, depending on whether or not he had a roll of tokens, he had sold his integrity for 12.5 cents or 25. The hubby was shaking his head as he told me, and I said, You didn’t hire him, did you?

    No, but his boss overrode him and did. The guy turned out to be a terrible employee. Big surprise.

    On a lighter note, I dunno, but one of them was a guy Grandma had had a crush on for awhile. He couldn’t be bothered. A few years later, he had a crush on her, but she couldn’t be bothered. Then his dad bought him a car with windshield wipers, the very first car ever to. He called her on a snowy day. She didn’t want to go out with him–but she wanted to see those wipers: cool. My grandma the gadget freak in, what, 1920?

    They were married 72 years.

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