Friday, August 29, 2008

How does my icebox know?

We'll get back to storytelling and puppets very soon. I promise.

I grew up saying icebox, not refrigerator. I still call it that mostly, just as I still say tomahto. More on inherited word choice, accents and speech patterns in another post.

At any rate, my friend Granny Sue put her results to this personality test on her blog; I'm merely reacting to peer pressure. Note that this test is not completely accurate--the first half of the last statement is false, the second is true. Some of the rest of it is true.

What Your Fridge Says About You

You like to be surrounded by things you love. You aren't exactly greedy, but you can be materialistic at times.

You tend to be a fairly thrifty person. You splurge occasionally, but you're mostly a saver.

You are a very adventurous person. You love to try new things, and you get bored very easily.

You are responsible, together, and mature. You act like an adult, even when you don't feel like it.

You are likely to be married - and very busy.


Mary said...

I took the test and mine came out to be almost exactly like yours except for the last statement:

You are likely single - and spending many nights alone at home.

Hah! Neither part of that is true except for this week when A is out of town.

Mary Garrett said...

It said I was thrifty also, but NOT adventurous -- how dare it say such a thing? It called me married, also -- wrong, so wrong. . .not since 1977 . . . New house, new refrigerator. Perhaps it just needs to know me better?