(and now Whatever ponders if she too should slap a nicotine patch on Valerese's forehead since she's supposed to follow Kiddo now after this damned test! nope- she decides to keep it all for herself since she's younger than Cancer Man!)
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
Your responses indicate that you are 22% Innately Evil and 81% Machiavellian!
Why, oh, why does everyone try to stop you from carrying out your perfectly well-laid plans? Don't they know that you are the one who has to make sure of the success of the mission? Don't they understand that the mission is at stake? Well, if they insist upon interfering, there really is only one thing to be done . . .
For your partner in crime: you need someone ruled by logic, someone who can see that everything is secondary to what must be preserved, like Cancer Man.
Always avoid: the undisciplined, like Kurgan or Grendel.
Your responses indicate that you are 68% Innately Evil and 27% Machiavellian!
Capers, torturing the innocent, grand larceny and... grammar? You fancy yourself the go-to guy for all things good and awesome, like burnination and jumbles. And the ladies can't help but be all up ons. You probably have impeccable abs, cloits and dloits, but try to be up before noon, at least on weekdays. You were born a baddie, but not the big bad, as you might like to think. You are sure to find, in an alter ego, someone who is really nice at heart and, for whom your devious machinations would likely be interpreted as an attempt to include him in the fun.
For your partner in crime: look to a Stewie, a Q, or a The Joker.
Always avoid: Edward 'Longshanks'. He'd just throw you out a window.
Your Score: The Green GoblinYour responses indicate that you are 38% Innately Evil and 40% Machiavellian!
Something went wrong with you. You had it all once, you sat on the top of the world. Then he came. Your problem? You never really tried to achieve victory over your darker half. You see the good in what it wants -- revenge. Of course, you had no idea it would be like this. Does it even matter? He's already won.
For your partner in crime: Mr. Burns or Davros would be a pretty good analgesic for you -- what you need is someone who understands you and won't try to bring out the good in you.
Always avoid: William the Bloody. His honest nature would only make it worse.
"...On and on and on and on he strode, far out over the sands, singing wildly to the sea, crying to greet the advent of the life that had cried to him." - James Joyce