So... I got everyone addicted to kokology on Vent. For those not in the know kokology "present a series of psychological and hypotheticals  that are designed to reveal one's hidden attitudes about sex, family, love, work, and other elements of one's life. It is essentially a game of self-discovery that can provide interesting, and often hilarious insight by answering questions to seemingly innocent topics." So just play along/read along and reveal your answers... if you dare!
Everyone likes a nice person and most of us try to be good in our own lives. Why is it, then that there are so few people in the world who are good all the time? As hard as you may try, there are always those rotten days of moments and weakness where it just feels better to be bad. Whether that takes the form of driving too fast on the highway, cheating on a test, or "liberating" a box of pens from the office, we've all done things we can't be proud of or justify. The key to becoming a truly good person is in accpeting the bad parts of your own personality and admitting that you're not perfect, not in trying to act like a saint while the devil on your shoulder whispers in your ear. We all succumb to temptation sometimes. But in the next scenario you might just get caught...
1. On a stroll through the countryside, you come across a field of delicious-looking strawberries. Your stomach starts to rumble, and there's no one else around. Only a fence stands between you and a free lunch. How high is that fence?
Example: the fact that I saw the strawberries means the fence won’t obstruct my view. Maybe as tall as my neck.
2. You sneak into the garden and begin to help yourself to the fruit. How many berries did you eat? Kid: I love strawberries so I’d probably eat all I can, maybe a basket of berries?
Example: I love strawberries so I’d probably eat all I can, maybe a basket of berries?
3. Suddenly the farmer whose berries you're stealing appears out of nowhere and starts yelling at you. What do you say in your own defense?
Example: I’m sorry sir, I was just really hungry. I’ll just pay for the berries I ate.
4. After all is said and done, how did the berries taste? And looking back, how did you feel after your berry-stealing adventure was over?
Example: If I never paid for it, I’d feel guilty. But If I did, then I’d be satisfied.