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    "life skills for americans"

    101: I know that there exists life outside the US.
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    Congratulations on knowing everything. You’re like Joan Holloway, the Dos Equis man, and the president of the United States all rolled into one.


    Though ~5 were iffy. So.. we'll say 80.


    39 I know what to do to remove blood stains.
    I need to learn how to do this one. Time to go make a blood stain and then remove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLazarus View Post
    You checked off 15 out of 100 on this list!

    Looks like you’ve got a lot to learn. The good news is you’ll be way smarter in no time.

    (I got the lowest score so far by a long shot yay )
    Lol don't worry I'm not too far above you. I got a 20/100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Sudoku is at least a little bit positive thing, but cars are destroying mother earth and are evil(and i dont count a bus as a car cuz there is a small evil in everything, its just about whether one chooses a greater evil to fulfill his own selfish needs vs small necessary evil that means nothing in the grand scale). So what people need instead of getting a car is to live somewhere where car isnt needed.
    That wasn't the question: It was whether knowledge of how to take care of your car nowdays is more necessary and useful in terms of survival / getting by than knowing how to play sudoku, and I think that question is self-obvious, whatever your personal dissatisfaction with that might happen to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    That wasn't the question: It was whether knowledge of how to take care of your car nowdays is more necessary and useful in terms of survival / getting by than knowing how to play sudoku, and I think that question is self-obvious, whatever your personal dissatisfaction with that might happen to be.
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    "life skills for americans"

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    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
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    Thanks for the non-argument. When you can argue productively how sudoku is more useful for daily life than changing the oil on your car, get back to me. Otherwise don't waste my time.

    I also suppose they don't have cars in Europe.

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    All that being said, I think some of the tests are ridiculous.

    The entire "How white are you?" test is such useless that even white people don't score as white people.
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    How Many Life Skills Do You Have?

    You checked off 77 out of 100 on this list!



    "Congratulations on knowing everything. You’re like Joan Holloway, the Dos Equis man, and the president of the United States all rolled into one."

    Oh yay!

    I think this is a rather silly quiz, but enjoyed it (there were some good questions, how to bandage a wound). I'd like to see an an ACTUAL life skill test like, how would you rank if there was some kind of apocalypse, or total electric power grid failure. Skills like hunting/scavaging, collecting drinkable water, and so on.

    I'd more than likely be dead within days. Unless my tweeting skills were somehow utilized.
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    30 out of 100 I've never been good at life
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Thanks for the non-argument. When you can argue productively how sudoku is more useful for daily life than changing the oil on your car, get back to me. Otherwise don't waste my time.

    I also suppose they don't have cars in Europe.

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    All that being said, I think some of the tests are ridiculous.

    The entire "How white are you?" test is such useless that even white people don't score as white people.
    I agree the white person test wasn't good actually majority of the tests aren't good they need to be taken less seriously than other internet quizzes which shouldn't be taken seriously either
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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