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Did the Useless Personality Test on http://uselessmen.blogspot.com/

This is Yorkies:

You are ONE USELESS BROTHER, not to be confused with One Useless Brutha. You are the tag along younger sibling of an overbearing dictator. You have no opinion on most topics, relying on others to tell you what to think, unless they want to debate the merits of Slayer or The Simpsons. Mainly, if you are ONE USELESS BROTHER you are humourously easy-going, but usually only after the fact.

And this is mine:

You are ONE USELESS MAN, an overbearing dictator who loves ranting and food. Technology advances make him happy, despite thinking the machines are still run by mice or midgets. Not that it matters, since you believe God is in charge of all creation, and if He wants to crash your computer, He'll send lightning to fry your hard drive. Mostly, if you are ONE USELESS MAN, it is because you are a closet jerk. A happy-to-hide-behind-the-closed-windows-of-your-Metro jerk, but still a jerk.


Hummmmm.......

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Comments

Rainypete said…
That looks fun, but I don't think I should take it. If I get a different one than me I may get really confused.
Useless Man said…
Are you crazy Pete? I wrote my own answers and still ended up as The Useless Wonder.

Go figure...

Thanks for taking the test, and for posting your results!

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