Which Jersey Should You Wear?
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Your grandmother got you a bright red blazer for Christmas and insists that you wear it out to lunch with her at MCL Cafeteria. As you sit chatting about her bunions over a plate of liver and onions, a bratty 9-year old announces from across the room.
"WOW, LOOK AT THAT! A HUMAN TOMATO!"
The patrons of the restaurant turn to look at you, and as your face slowly turns the color of your jacket, the crowd starts to laugh. Your response is:
Grab grandma's cane and take a swing at the kid. Fortunately, you miss by a mile.
Laugh along with the crowd, and comment on how cute the little scamp is. Hey, didn't you go to summer camp with his uncle?
Have a word with the kid's parents. They ought to teach him better manners.
Pick your grandmother up over your head to demonstrate your raw strength. That kid will think twice before calling you a vegetable again.
Across a crowded room at a popular night club, you see an attractive member of the opposite sex. The sparks that fly when your eyes meet inspire you to go start up a conversation. How does it go?
You begin to walk over, but before you get there you notice your quarry has already been chatted up by someone else. You'll try again later.
You impress your quarry with your physique.
You break the ice with your charm and wit, then seal the deal by flashing a fat wad of cash.
You totally strike out.
You and a rather competitive friend decide to kill an afternoon with a completely meaningless round of miniature golf. It starts out innocent enough, but soon your friend is talking some pretty serious trash about your putt putt game. What happens next?
You punch him in the kisser. Jerk.
You talk some serious trash of your own.
You get flustered and drop your putter mid-swing. It ricochets off the windmill blades and narrowly misses hitting a little girl.
You grin at your friend and, without a word, knock in a hole-in-one.
You are in the market for a new car. What are you looking for?
A snazzy little first model-year. It might have some design flaws, or it might be just plain awesome.
A Toyota pickup. It's kind of a funny-looking little vehicle, but it gets the job done.
A Honda CRV. Big, safe, and high quality for the growing family.
You receive a small inheritance and decide to invest it. What's the company like?
An established firm with proven performance. The stock price is high, but it's always paid dividends.
An Internet start-up. The stock is dirt-cheap and you really believe in the potential of the product.
A company bouncing back from bankruptcy. You know it's a good company, and now's the best time to buy.
A company on the rise. It's lasted through the early struggles and you believe it will just continue to grow.
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A firefighter. Running into burning buildings to save people is cool.
A body builder. You always were big.
A doctor. You just wanted to help people.
A football player.
What do you seek out in a hero?
A winning smile.
A strong work ethic.
Fantastic facial hair.
How important is it to earn what you have?
Very important. You'll never appreciate anything good unless you work for it.
Not important. In some cases, people deserve to have things given to them.
Depends on the situation.
Do you tend to idolize taller men?
Yes. They are like mighty oaks towering over the lesser beings.
No. Small men doing big things is more impressive.
Do you tend to idolize accessible people?
Yes. The best hero is a person you could meet, be friends with, and eventually become more like.
No. The fastest way to lose your idol status is to become too real.