Wednesday, October 17, 2007

A List Of Top 1 Thing I Will NOT Be Doing On My Lunch Break

Number One:



But thank you for this VERY HELPFUL LINK ANYWAY, Gmail.

12 comments:

  1. Question #2 is "What is your favorite restaurant," listing four restaurants--all fast food--that I find equally repulsive.

    8-|

    (That's my emoticon for eye-rolling, by the way).

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  2. Now I WILL be doing this on my lunch break. I'm so curious.

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  3. Ok I just wasted about 10 minutes of my life. I put in a fake address, name etc and have to spend about 5 of those 10 minutes answering yes or no questions and SKIP.... so annoying. In other news I am the picture of health. HA!

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  4. Hahahahaha!! Thanks. I needed that.

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  5. Unfortunately after 5 minutes of all that advertising crapola, I gave up, I didn't think I was ever going to get there.

    Guess I'll have to go with my own opinion on whether I'm fat or not.

    Those questions were Bull anyway, the choices just really left you to be fat, fatter or fattest.

    Kyls

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  6. Do some people really need to take a quiz to know if they're fat? See, now I want to take it to see if I am even though I already know the answer.

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  7. My personal favorite was question #15: when I run . . . my thighs rub together and catch on fire!

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  8. Cute quiz... I wish I had the patience to wade through all that advertising to find out whether I am fat or not.

    I am sure the answer would have been funny.

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  9. i've got my answer when i look in the mirror, thank you very much. what next, a quiz to let a person know if she's stupid enough to take a fat quiz?

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  10. i feel the same way when Gmail fires up the "Are you a mommy blogger?" quiz for me. WTF?!?

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  11. Hey, I've taken that "Are you a mommy blogger?" quiz. It was mildly entertaining, I suppose...

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  12. completely off topic --

    I just came across this [relatively old] article, but thought of you:
    Autism symptoms reversed in lab.
    Fragile-X is what your nephew has, right?

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