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The strange thing about graduating from a primarily liquid diet back to solids is that you are hypersensitive to every step of the digestion process.

Your Band Name is:

The Hindu Vamps

Pure Geek
47 % Nerd, 65% Geek, 47% Dork
For The Record:

A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia.

A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one.

A Dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations/interactions.

You scored better than half in Geek, earning you the title of: Pure Geek.
It's not that you're a school junkie, like the nerd, and you don't really stand out in a crowd, like the dork, you just have some interests that aren't quite mainstream. Perhaps it's anime, perhaps it's computers, perhaps it's bottlecaps, perhaps it's all of those and more. Your interests take you to events and gatherings that are filled with people you find unusual and beyond-the-pale, but you don't quite consider yourself "of that crowd." Instead, you consider yourself to be fairly normal.

Which, you are.

Congratulations! You're the one on the RIGHT!

Also, you might want to check out some of my other tests if you're interested in any of the following:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Professional Wrestling

Love & Sexuality


Thanks Again! -- THE NERD? GEEK? OR DORK? TEST

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 32% on nerdiness
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You scored higher than 84% on geekosity
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You scored higher than 84% on dork points
Link: The Nerd? Geek? or Dork? Test written by donathos on Ok Cupid

You scored 78% US Philosophy, 30% American Pride, 66% Involvement, and 100% Citizen Status!
This test measured you according to four criteria: Philosophy, Pride, Involvement and Citizen Status.

Philosophy reflects whether you agree with the philosophical foundations of the United States, such as: liberty, equality, democracy (though limited, not absolute), capitalism, checks and balances, constitutionalism, etc.

Pride reflects your assessment of the factual reality and history of the United States as a nation. It is your opinion as to whether the United States has been a "good" country and whether it has
acted rightly or not.

Involvement reflects your level of political activism--whether you act to stay informed of what is going on in the world, and what you do on the basis of that information.

Citizen Status simply reflects whether you claimed to be a citizen of the U.S. when asked by this test.

It is the opinion of this test that, of these four factors, the only one that matters when it comes to being considered a Patriotic American is one's score in the first category--Philosophy. Therefore, if you scored between 0-33% in that category, you have been rated 'Unpatriotic'; 34-66%, 'Somewhat Patriotic'; 67-100% 'Patriotic'. Certainly, the other categories provide interesting information for your (and others') consideration. However, they are not crucial for Patriotism, and they do not necessarily reflect a love, or its lack, for one's country. Regarding American Pride, some people will be surprised that it does not affect the outcome of the test; some people will be upset by this. However, if a person supports every military action the United States has ever engaged in, but does not really support his neighbors' right to live their lives in the ways that they see fit, then they do not truly love the United States. Further, and despite much of the rhetoric some political pundits engage in, a truly Patriotic American can be highly critical of many of the actions undertaken by the U.S. throughout history. Certainly, much of what the United States has done has been done poorly or for the wrong reasons. And while the author of this test believes that the United States has been mainly a force for good in the world (and the most-free, best nation ever to exist), he respects the opinions of those who would disagree with him and fully supports their right to dissent. For that is what America is all about.

Regarding Involvement, it has been said that eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. This is true, however it is also true that liberty means that people can be as involved, or not involved, as they want. Choosing not to vote, while perhaps unwise, is as much an exercise of political liberty as anything else. Certainly, however, a low score in involvement might mean that a person could stand to try to be more aware of current events, or more actively involved in shaping them, because sometimes they matter.

Regarding Citizen Status, I am certain that many people will believe that to truly be a Patriotic American, one must be a citizen of the United States. However, that is not so. One of the traits that sets the U.S. apart from many other nations in history, is that it is a country not organized specifically around a particular ethnicity, language, religion, culture or common historical origin, but a shared political ideology. The United States is organized around a common love of liberty, individual rights and free expression. This, in part, accounts for the unending stream of immigration starting from the very conception of the nation and continuing on to the present day. In today's United States, there are many thousands who are not citizens, and yet who live in the United States and share its dreams (and many of them will be citizens when they are able). The author would even argue that there are many Patriotic Americans who have never yet even set foot on U.S. soil. There are no requirements of language, skin color, religion, sexual orientation or particular condition of any other personal detail to be a "true American." Just a love of liberty.

I hope that the test was either entertaining, educational or some combination of the two. I appreciate your taking it. If you have any serious question/comment, the author is always glad to discuss this subject or any other (though please keep in mind my initial warnings--you knew what this test was about when you decided to take it). Also, you might want to check out some of my other tests if you're interested in the following:

Nerds, Geeks & Dorks

Professional Wrestling

Love & Sexuality

Buffy the Vampire Slayer


My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 76% on US Philosophy
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You scored higher than 15% on American Pride
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You scored higher than 42% on Involvement
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You scored higher than 11% on Citizen Status
Link: The Are You a Patriotic American? Test written by donathos on Ok Cupid

Paranoid Personality Disorder:Low
Schizoid Personality Disorder:Low
Schizotypal Personality Disorder:Low
Antisocial Personality Disorder:Low
Borderline Personality Disorder:Low
Histrionic Personality Disorder:Moderate
Narcissistic Personality Disorder:Low
Avoidant Personality Disorder:Low
Dependent Personality Disorder:Low
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder:Low

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You scored as Blade. That's right you are the booty kicking you cross me and I will stomp a mudhole in your butt type. Sexy and a great fighter with mad fighting skills












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Whose your Vampire personality? (images)
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suitboyskin was telling me about the rules to a Buffy and Angel drinking game with phoenixshadow, so here are the rules thus far:

Drink when the following occurs, except where otherwise instructed:

  1. Giles says, "Good Lord," or "I have to consult my book."

  2. A pop culture reference is made that Giles doesn't get; kill your drink if he does.

  3. Angel does a random old man thing. Ex: Angel can't work his cell phone or complains about modern prices.

  4. Xander says something he thinks is witty and then is immediately embarrassed.

  5. Kill your drink if Anya ever shows any tact.

  6. Andrew says something that implies that he is gay. Kill your drink if Spike has to deal with it.

  7. Angel and Spike bitch like an old married couple.

  8. Dawn says something that contributes nothing.

  9. When Groo says something strangely profound.

  10. Lorne calls someone a 'food' stuff. Ex: "You're a peach!"

  11. Fred reverts to Crazy Fred.

  12. Buffy has a geek moment. Ex: "My spider sense is tingling."

  13. Oz speaks in a complete sentence.

  14. If Joyce has a badass moment, kill your drink. Ex: hitting Spike over the head with a shovel.

  15. Gunn either shows his soft side or his dork side.

  16. Any time you want to beat Connor.

  17. Spike refers to himself as the big bad.

  18. Spike says something pretentious and something bad happens to him.

  19. Drusilla, Faith, or Cordy proves they're a big ho.

  20. Snyder has a serious tool moment.

  21. Giles has a "sexy" moment.

  22. Wesley the Ponce refers to himself in masculine manner or Wesley the badass reverts to being a ponce.

  23. The Master says something strangely Republican.

  24. A main character dies.

  25. The Mayor shows his germ-o-phobe side or does a major badass thing.

I'd like to add one: two characters have an uncomfortable glance, such as Spike and Xander's wordless exchange when Nancy asks if there is anybody in the Scoobies who hasn't slept with anybody else. I also think that one should kill one's drink every time Riley gets a well-deserved smackdown.