Saturday, May 24, 2008

And We're Back to Taking Quizzes!

Popped over to CrazyCath's today and discovered that she had taken one of those delightful blog quizzes. So of course I took it too. (Big Smile) And guess what! I'm now a game!!!

Being the overly honest person that I am, I have to admit that I tried to see if I could get different results. Nope! No matter which answer I changed, although they were all within reason, I remained the same game. My results are below.




You Are a Crossword Puzzle



You are well read, and you have a good head for remembering facts.

You are a wordsmith. You have a way with words, and you're very literate.

You are a mysterious person who enjoys dropping little clues every now and then.

And I bet you thought I was a Sudoku. LOL!!

I tag San, JS, Murat11, Sandi, Alt, and any other friends and readers who want to take the quiz and discover their gamehood.

8 comments:

murat11 said...

This one was fun: I came out a crossword puzzle, too. When I tweaked my answers, I came out a Rubik's cube: both descriptions fit, so I really think that I'm a 3D crossword puzzle.

Lee said...

Oh, LOL, well that sounds just like you Paschal. Lots of words but all jumbled up. :)

Peace! & Joy!

San said...

I'm a Rubik's cube. Now, if I could figure out how to solve myself...

Lee said...

Ah! I understand totally, San. I couldn't solve my Rubik's Cube until I bought the book. Want to borrow it? :)

Hugs! & Joy!

jsd said...

it appears that i too am a crossword puzzle.

Lee said...

Yay! And here I thought you wouldn't be blogging till next month. Cool! :) Well of course you're a crossword puzzle. What else are a bunch of bloggers supposed to be? So now are we the blogging crossword Gandhis?

Hugs & hope you guys have a great Memorial Day! More memes to come!

CrazyCath said...

It's ok being a crossword puzzle, but I can never solve myself totally! Always some clues missing...

Lee said...

Not always solving ourselves can be frustrating, Cath. But, if there were no missing clues there'd be no "aha" moments. :)

Peace!