Tuesday, July 25, 2006

The Muppet Personality Test

You Are Scooter

Brainy and knowledgable, you are the perfect sidekick.
You're always willing to lend a helping hand.
In any big event or party, you're the one who keeps things going.
"15 seconds to showtime!"

That's me! There was no fit between full figured and scrawny, so geeky it is.


Anonymous said...

Very interesting and simple test.

I came out with the same results as you...but I would not think our answers would be that similar.

Here are mine:
- Friendly
- You tell a ton of corny jokes
- You're a little too eager to get along
- "Excuse me, pardon me, sorry."
- Ugly, but in a charming sort of way

Friendly sounds like you. (as far as I can tell)

Corny jokes....perhaps...but I'm not even sure there....

Eager to get along...don't know...I kind of doubt it.

Ugly....not that I can see.

Angela said...

If you must know, I put down the following answers:

- Brainy, on a good day I come across as very intelligent, on a bad day, people wonder if my degree from MIT is a fake (or at least I do). I'm always(?) friendly, so it doesn't differentiate between good and bad days.
- You play them songs on a piano. I've certainly done exactly this before.
- You're too weird. Sometimes I get caught up and obsess about the strangest things.
- "Need food!"
- Geeky

So we had NO same answers but both came up with Scooter? Is this just a joke? I actually came across this on someone else's blog and they were Kermit, my favorite! Or wait, maybe I love Grover the best.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm...actually, I wasn't trying to draw your answers out....but thanks for posting them.

I thought this test was "fixed". so I went back and entered about 5 other mixes of answers, and received 5 different Muppet Personality answers.....

So, while I don't think our answers a polar opposites, I am surprised that they end up with the same Muppet personality....but then again, I am not sure the total number of Muppets that actually exist! (and what are the names of the two hecklers in the audience anyways? :-)