Monday, August 13, 2007

It's a Shame About the Hat Shops




You're Alice's Adventures in Wonderland!

by Lewis Carroll

After stumbling down the wrong turn in life, you've had your mind
opened to a number of strange and curious things. As life grows curiouser and curiouser,
you have to ask yourself what's real and what's the picture of illusion. Little is coming
to your aid in discerning fantasy from fact, but the line between them is so blurry that
it's starting not to matter. Be careful around rabbit holes and those who smile to much,
and just avoid hat shops altogether.



Take the Book Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid.



Thanks to Gert for this one. There are 64 different options with only 6 questions to answer, I loved this quiz.

4 comments:

  1. I got The Hobbit. Me. The Hobbit. Me. The Hobbit.

    Anyway, so when I went to try it again I learned that if you answer questions a different way, it gives you new questions. Neat!

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  2. Miflohny5:47 PM

    I got Watership Down with this statement: You're Watership Down! by Richard Adams
    Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you're actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You'd be recognized as such if you weren't always talking about talking rabbits.

    I guess that's a book I'll have to read

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  3. I'm Siddhartha. I suppose I ought to read it now, huh?

    You're Siddhartha!
    by Hermann Hesse
    You simply don't know what to believe, but you're willing to try anything once. Western values, Eastern values, hedonism and minimalism, you've spent some time in every camp. But you still don't have any idea what camp you belong in. This makes you an individualist of the highest order, but also really lonely. It's time to chill out under a tree. And realize that at least you believe in ferries.

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  4. I CAN tell you some things in which I believe, though - one should NEVER start sentences with coordinating conjunctions, nor end them with prepositions. That paragraph makes my inner English teacher twitchy....

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