Are you a slacker?

Submitted by: KikiPeepers 14 years ago in Games
http://www.emode.com/emode/tests/slacker.jsp

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There are 16 comments:
Male 91
<q>Sunday, August 24, 2003 12:34:46 AM


Your slacker potential is very low. Looks like you have your life on track.</q>

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Female 382
<~less of a slacker ~>more of a slacker
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Female 382


Your slacker potential is very low. Looks like you have your life on track.
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Male 37
I don`t need a test to tell me I am
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Female 218

Less ~ More

Congratulations for having your life on track. Slacking is definitely not your style. It`s a wonder you found any time to take this test! As the anti-slacker, you probably don`t feel comfortable leaving tasks unfinished. Tackling projects and chores as they present themselves is a great way to keep your life free of clutter. You exercise a lot of control over your life. Most likely, you`d rather handle something yourself than leave the responsibility to someone else. Your friends and coworkers value your efficiency and reliability. They probably turn to you if they have an event to plan or deadlines to meet. You might be the kind of person who tries to do everything at once.

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Female 440
I got it in the center. I was thinking I was more a slacker than half a slacker.
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Male 47
I was one notch left of the center.
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Female 215
"You may be a slacker, but you`re not the laziest kid on the block."
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Male 1,031
^That`s what I got.
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Female 582
You`ve struck a healthy balance between action and relaxation. You`re neither a slacker nor uptight.
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Male 132
actually i am lazy but alot of those questions dont apply to me like laundry and bills
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Male 132
You`ve struck a healthy balance between action and relaxation. You`re neither a slacker nor uptight.


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Female 221
"You`ve struck a healthy balance between action and relaxation. You`re neither a slacker nor uptight."

Is that it?!

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Male 267

You little slacker, you! You have a well-developed sense of how NOT to get things done, but you`re not the least-motivated kid on the block. You make at least some attempt to work efficiently. As a demi-slacker, you definitely operate on your own schedule. Today means tomorrow, and tomorrow means next week. You`ll get the job done eventually, but no one`s holding their breath. Your friends and coworkers probably don`t rely on you to be punctual or finish time-sensitive projects. If they do, it`s their own darn fault, right? There are some benefits to being a part-time slacker: you rarely feel rushed, and you most likely lead a stress-free life. Plus, you accomplish more than the full-on slacker! The downside is that your work, social, and personal life might suffer from your consistent anything-goes attitude. If they do, it`s time to make a change. If they don`t, there`s no immediate need to fix anything.

I got one over to the right from dead centre.

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Female 2,244
Hey -- you`re no slacker. You`re just fronting. Lucky for you, you`re not too uptight either. You`ve struck that wonderful balance between slacking off and keeping busy. It`s not an easy task, so congratulations. Your efficiency and determination let you work in a timely manner. And that laid-back approach means that you`ll never get too stressed out. Sometimes you`re pulled in two different directions, but you know how to handle it. You can take control of a situation without strangling it. This healthy style of work will lead to both success and happiness. What more could you want?

I don`t know if this picture will work - I was dead in the center :)

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Female 2,244
Link: Are you a slacker? [Rate Link] - Take the quiz and see!

My results:

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