The Republic of T.

Black. Gay. Father. Vegetarian. Buddhist. Liberal.

Everything About Me

The Everything Test

There are many different types of tests on the internet today. Personality tests, purity tests, stereotype tests, political tests. But now, there is one test to rule them all.

Traditionally, online tests would ask certain questions about your musical tastes or clothing for a stereotype, your experiences for a purity test, or deep questions for a personality test.We’re turning that upside down – all the questions affect all the results, and we’ve got some innovative results too! Enjoy 🙂

You are more emotional than logical, more concerned about others than concerned about self, more atheist than religious, more dependent than loner, more lazy than workaholic, more rebel than traditional, more engineering mind than artistic mind, more cynical than idealist, more leader than follower, and more extroverted than introverted.

As for specific personality traits, you are romantic (86%), innovative (86%), adventurous (85%), intellectual (74%).

Young Professional 70%
Hippie 68%
Old Geezer 67%
Life Experience
Sex 31%
Substances 14%
Travel 32%

Your political views would best be described as Socialist, whom you agree with around 100% of the time.
Your attitude toward life best associates you with Upper Middle Class. You make more than 0% of those who have taken this test, and 3% less than the U.S. average.

If your life was a movie, it would be rated PG-13.
By the way, your hottness rank is 0%, hotter than 0% of other test takers.

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Well, that was interesting, though rather long. But I’m not sure I agree with all of the results.

I mean, I do not have an engineering mind. At all. Believe me, I’m not the person you want designing something that people have to live in, travel in, drive, drive on, walk on, etc. At least not if it requires precise measurements or if lives depend on getting the math right. Now, if you want someone to deal with an overall concept, maybe re-vision the current design or plans, I’m your guy.

Extroverted? Nope. I can give the appearanceof extroversion, but my natural state of being is introvert. I’m the kind of person who needs downtime or time alone in order to recharge my batteries. Long meetings wear me out. Working alone at my desk, however, is fine. Working at a table in Starbucks is fine, because there are people around but I don’t necessarily have to interact.

I’m the guy who likes being around people, but not necessarily interacting with strangers. (One little known fact about me is that I hate talking on the phone to people I don’t know. The only thing I hate more is actually calling someone I don’t know.) Drop me in the middle of a party and I’ll definitely talk to a few people I know, if there are any. If not, then I’ll pick out a few people I have something in common with and who are approachable, and talk to them. But I will not be working the room. I will also not be the last to leave.

If I have any extroverted tendencies they are learned traits, picked up out of necessity because of living in a world that favors extroversion. Favors it? Hell, worships it. If you’re an introvert, you know what I mean because for years people probably wondered (out loud, while you were in the room) what was “wrong” with you.

As for the rest, well I know my life up to this point has not been entirely PG-13. If you made it into a movie, there’d have to be a lot left on the cutting room floor to get a PG-13 rating. (And, no, there won’t be a director’s cut.) But I’ve heard it said that “once you become a parent you have no past,” and I’m kinda hoping that’s true.

And what’s up with the “hotness” ranking? What does that even mean?


  1. i agree, my results were kind of ridiculous as well. i also had an engineering mind and i hope no one asks me to build anything!

    i like quizzes like these, but i honestly think they are to skewed to the general public to be of nay real use.

    where do you usually find these quizzes anyway?

  2. I stopped part way through because they didn’t have the right answers. I mean the reason for college did not include learning for learning sake (okay…I’m a real nerd, or else a college professor). There was a question about whether I seek agreement or to convince when I argue and I thought, “Are we talking about with my kids or friends, or with anyone about politics.”

    The real clincher that made me close the test was what I would do if I saw a guy checking out my boobs. Would I be happy or offended or both? What happened to, “Look to see if I have spilled something on my t-shirt and if nothing is there look over my shoulder to see who he is really staring at”?