Monday, August 01, 2005

I think this means I'm a Zoolander fan

the Ham

(47% dark, 47% spontaneous, 27% vulgar)

your humor style:

Your style's mostly goofy, innocent and feel-good. Perfect for parties
and for the dads who chaperone them. You can actually get away with
corny jokes, and I bet your sense of humor is a guilty pleasure for
your friends. People of your type are often the most approachable and
popular people in their circle. Your simple & silly
good-naturedness is immediately recognizable, and it sets you apart in
this sarcastic world.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Will Ferrell - Will Smith

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on dark
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You scored higher than 99% on spontaneous
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You scored higher than 99% on vulgar

Link: The 3 Variable Funny Test written by jason_bateman on OkCupid Free Online Dating

I found it on Make Tea Not War's blog.


EB said...

I almost headed up my comment with your name! The result was the Ham (16% dark, 66% spontaneous, 50% vulgar). My humour is fifty percent vulgar?! That's gotta be rude :-).

EB said...

Oh, there's two sets of percentages. My individual humour is: 30% dark, 56% spontaneous, 38% vulgar. That other one was how I rated with other people. Your score must mean that you hit the right chord for lots of people whereas my corner of the room would be a good spot to read a book.

Violet said...

You're only a little more vulgar than I though, and your highest score was "spontaneous". So I'm more likely to be caught laughing at toilet humour than you are!

glomgold said...

Well it appears I am a "Ham" as well.
(47% dark, 47% spontaneous, 33% vulgar). By it chaps my hide to be lumped with Will Ferrell and Will Smith. Perhaps they should've called me "the Hack"!

Violet said...

But glomgold, wasn't Will Ferrell just excellent in Zoolander as the guy who designed the piano key necktie??

glomgold said...

I must admit I have yet to watch "Zoolander". I almost bought it the other day but refrained. I am iffy about Ben Stiller too which is why I hesitated. (what's with my spelling these days?)