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Filler: Quizzes

This one was t.o.u.g.h!! But looks like I did quite well...
You Are Incredibly Logical

Move over Spock - you're the new master of logic
You think rationally, clearly, and quickly.
A seasoned problem solver, your mind is like a computer!

Wonder if i got them all right? Gave me a headache, though! I don't like thinking so carefully and logically!

... and maybe because my brain was so fried, I *so* failed this one!!
You Scored 30% Correct

You know some 80s stuff
Like that Paula Abdul was a star back then
But you're not sure who Suzie Q was
And you don't know what Samantha Fox was really famous for!

I'm so ashamed! sob sob!!

but indignant too! I know sam fox was more famous for her chestal appendages than her singing. but, well, I somehow associate Suzie Q with Prince & the Revolution [and vaguely with CCR], but looks like I'm waaaay off - can anyone help? [btw - i retook it, changed some answers after reading more carefully... and *still* scored 30%, LMAO!]

Then there's this other quiz ... but I won't reveal my result [but I *will* tell ya it had a skull, LMAO!] - why don't you go see what you get? The quiz is here. Created by Dave2.


  1. What the hell?!?! I only got 50% on the 80s quiz. I want to know which ones I got wrong. Why won't it tell me?!?!

  2. The only Samantha Fox song I remember is "I Wanna Have Some Fun". Beyond that - yeah, all cleavage and ass posters, as far as I can recall.

  3. Well what can I say!? A true 80's kid I was. HUGE fan of Sam Fox. I think I "only" had 250 posters of her in my gigantic room... (I was 11-13 then)

    I got 80% right. Don't know if I should be proud or embarrassed... hihi...

    Love Monsoon

    Ps. Thanks for your comment, and I will definitely look into those What if books you mentioned. Sound really exciting!! Thanks so much!!
    Sad isn't it, how a teacher can destroy one persons will to learn history... Tragic!

  4. Kev> tell me about it... i gave up when my 2nd try with quite different answers also got me a measly 30% :p

    Zero>hi, good to see you! How'd you stumble across this small corner of the blogosphere? :-) and yeah, I remember my brother being a big fan of Sam Fox, and, well, I figured it was for the pix and *not* the sound!

    Monsoon>80%?! Whoohooo, congrats. I think. LOL! The "What If" series - omg, if only I had the book with me [it's in Malaysia, packed away in a box somewhere] I'd gladly send it to you!! I'd bought it with good intentions, but lost my interest realllly fast! :p

  5. Courtesy of KApgar! The answers tot he 80's quiz:

    1. Mr. Brightside (would've sworn it would be "Comfortably Numb" since The Wall came out in 1979, but I guess it could've rolled over to 1980 as well)
    2. Yaz
    3. Sting
    4. "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips
    5. "Like A Virgin"
    6. 1986
    7. Denmark (All Music Guide says they're from Norway)
    8. "It's the End of the World (as We Know It)" by REM
    9. Science
    10. Pretty in Pink
    11. Alphaville
    12. 1983
    13. Night Ranger
    14. Talk Talk
    15. Chess
    16. Go West
    17. "Don't Come Around Here No More"
    18. "Video Killed the Radio Star"
    19. Masturbation
    20. John Lennon


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