The 3 Variable Funny Test

15 09 2007

This test comes to you from the author of the Nazi test. It’s good, but I don’t think my results are accurate. I’m darker than that, surely?!

Your Score: the Prankster

(42% dark, 38% spontaneous, 26% vulgar)

your humor style:

Your humor has an intellectual, even conceptual slant to it. You’re not pretentious, but you’re not into what some would call ‘low humor’ either. You’ll laugh at a good dirty joke, but you definitely prefer something clever to something moist.

You probably like well-thought-out pranks and/or spoofs and it’s highly likely you’ve tried one of these things yourself. In a lot of ways, yours is the most entertaining type of humor because it’s smart without being mean-spirited.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Conan O’Brian – Ashton Kutcher

The 3-Variable Funny Test!
– it rules –

If you’re interested, try my best friend’s best test:
The Genghis Khan Genetic Fitness Masterpiece

Link: The 3 Variable Funny Test written by jason_bateman on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test



3 responses

16 09 2007

I disagree with mine, I would’ve thought I’d score closer to your’s. I demand a recount, or is it reexamination?

Your Score: the Shock Jock
(57% dark, 46% spontaneous, 42% vulgar)

your humor style:

Your sense of humor is off-the-cuff and kind of gross. Is it is also sinister, cynical, and vaguely threatening to the purer folks of this world. You probably get off on that. You would cut a greasy fart, then blame it on your mom, and then just shrug when someone pointed out that she’s dead.

(so I blame them on the dog?)

Yours is hands-down the most outrageous sense of humor; you like things trangressive and hardcore. It’s highly likely (a) you have no limits (b) you have no scruples and (c) you have no job. Ironically, it’s your type of humor that can make the biggest bucks in show business.

PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Howard Stern – Adam Sandler – Roseanne Barr

17 09 2007

Same as you Bio 🙂

Though I kind of expected it…

4 11 2007
The Personality Defect Test « Textual Relations

[…] of it seems to be absolutely accurate and yet parts seem not to be entirely accurate. Amazingly any test that tries to decipher my sense of humour gets it very wrong, perhaps as I enjoy both crude humour […]

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