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It's finally Friday! You've had a long week that felt like it would never end. Now it's time to make weekend plans. Which of the following are you more likely to choose?
You decide to stay in, watch a few movies, and drink. You prefer the finer things in life after a week of hell.
You've been stressed this whole week. It's time to find somebody to hook up with!
Kick up your feet, play some video games, and relax. You'd rather not burn yourself out.
Your more into the party scene. You want to out drink your friends this weekend!
You've been feeling pent up and decide to go out with some friends and cause some ruckus.
The urge to go to the beach has been getting to you. Time for a trip to the sandy shores.
Due to the week's business, you decide to go to the gym and catch up on the time lost.
You suggest going to a comedy club to your pals. You could all use a good laugh.
Visiting family sounds like a good idea. Your younger cousins have been wondering where you've been, and you certainly would love to see them again.
Your friends mentioned wanting to go out drinking this weekend. You figure you'll send them a text and tag along.
Spend your time with your friends on one day, and family on another. You'd prefer to make up for time lost!
Stay home. You don't really want to hang out with anybody, and would prefer to surf the Internet or watch television anyway.
Go out to a bar, meet somebody, and bring them back to your place. Low-key, laid back, and pleasurable all at once.
Catch a movie, maybe go to the mall with your friends. You'd rather be out and about instead of staying at home.
Today you're getting a brand new animal companion. Which animal have you decided to add to your family?
An insect! A tarantula, maybe. Something cool that you don't normally see.
A Labrador! Loyal and a great companion, you want nothing more.
A reptile of some kind. They're interesting to look at, and can be great conversation starters.
A housecat. You love the fluffy little animals, and have always want one (or another one).
A small rodent. They're small, loveable, and cuddly when they want to be.
A Savannah cat. It's the closest thing to a big cat, and you love that.
You change your mind, and decide against getting a pet.
Pitbull. Bad reputation, but makes for a strong and reliable pet.
A golden retriever. Popular, energetic, and great with everybody.
A forest-dwelling bird. Nothing more humbling than being reminded of nature that's right in your backyard.
Some kind of majestic animal. Perhaps a horse? You feel like it may impress others.
A greyhound. Strong and quick, they are the perfect example of a dog.
A tropical bird. Beautiful and enticing. You can also teach them to say certain phrases.
A fish of some kind. Easy to take care of, and they look cool.
Of these, choose which meal you prefer the most.
Which of the following do you watch/want to watch/have watched and enjoyed the most?
Which store/clothing brand are you more likely to purchase clothes from (USA brands)?
If you had to pick one place to travel to at this particular moment in time, where would you go?
Which was your favorite course during primary school?
You graduated college! Congratulations. You have qualified for your dream job. Which of the following is closest to your dream job?
Choose your favorite color from the following.
It's time for final exams. You've known they were coming for months. How are you on the day of the exam?
You didn't study. You were busy actually enjoying life. You know you'll fail, but you don't care.
An easy pass. You were able to convince the professor that you should pass the class.
Confident that you'll at least pass. That's all that matters.
Your trade involved hands-on work, but you always had other people do your work for you.
Studying wasn't at the top of your priorities, but you did do it. You feel like you'll pass.
You studied. You have to get good grades, or else you can't get into the programs you want.
You know your trade well. You barely had to study to fully remember most of the material.
Your trade involves doing hands-on work, so you couldn't study for it. You feel prepared regardless.
Not only did you study, but you had other people quiz you to make sure you would succeed.
You feel highly confident that you'll do well. You know your material, and studied to really get the concepts down.
You preferred to help your friend study, as failing your final doesn't necessarily mean you'll fail the class.
Failure? You don't know the meaning of the word. You're going to pass if it's the last thing you do.
You studied a little bit, but ultimately felt too busy procrastinating to put that much effort into it.
You studied. You think you'll do averagely. Not great, but not terribly.
You see somebody stuck on the side of the highway while you're on your return home. Which of the following closest resembles what you'd do?
Lacking any real interest, you drive on by. If it would somehow benefit you, maybe you would stop, but it's unlikely.
You pull over and ask if they need help. If they say no, you drive off.
You drive past while tossing something out of the window at them.
Getting out of your car, you ask if they're in need of assistance. You offer them a ride, and convince them to come with you. However, you expect a reward and inform them after having driven them a ways.
You offer help. You know a thing or two about cars, and manage to figure out that the engine simply overheated.
Hopping out of your car, you assist them in jumping their car. It was just a dead battery, after all.
You drive by, feeling thankful that you can afford to keep your car up to speed.
While driving past, you wonder if you should have helped. It's the thought that counts, right?
Pulling over, you offer assistance. If they say no, double check to make sure if they're positive.
You slow down and rubber neck, looking at what they're doing.
You stop, by ask for a personal favor in return for your help.
You drive by. It's not your problem, so you won't get involved.
Pulling over, you offer help. You call their insurance company, and wait until the tow truck arrives.
You might pull over and ask if they need to borrow your cell phone to call somebody, but won't offer aid otherwise.
Which of the characters from the game would you say is your favorite?