skipping the inane “pick a number” thing since it always ends up as “D”
When I took this today, of course I thought of Denmark first, so I threw that out and picked Djibouti (upon checking, I even spelled it right!), Iguana (good thing I didn’t pick Ibex), and Apricot. Even so, I have a hard time believing that a full 98% would pick Denmark and Kangaroo, especially if you ask “are you 2% or 98%”. Sure, that’s the easiest, but what about the Dominican Republic? Or Koalas?
So how many doper are Norms and how many are Weirdos?
I assume that means you’re normal. [sub]Sheep![/sub]
On second thought, I suppose the “Pick a number between one and ten, multiply by nine, add the digits together and subtract five, a=1, b=2…” deal is intended to make you think you have a random starting letter and therefore distracts you from the 2% vs. 98% statement.
Or perhaps most dopers are simply weirdos in comparison to the general population, which is not really surprising (and fine by me). Maybe I should try it around the office…
Um, koala, and then apple. I’ll bet alot of dopers won’t necessarily pick kangaroo first off. 'Cept perhaps those in Australia. Koala bears, aren’t those from China? Kudos to all y’all who didn’t pick Denmark, and yes the ‘pick a number’ thing was inane.
And thank you, mrblue92, for a new website to visit :).
Chicken in Dominican Republic eating a nectarine. And that’s odd, because normally I end up picking the ‘correct’ choices in normality tests like this. Perhaps it’s because Denmark doesn’t start with D in Finnish language.