Thursday, June 05, 2003

Ooh, the Manor House website has quizzes on it! In the "who would you be if living in 1905" quiz, I should be a "lodging housekeeper", which, according to the graph, is about 3/4 of the way up the social ladder for women. In the other quiz, the snob quiz, I come out as 70% snob. To quote the quiz, I'm "safely out of super-snob territory. But watch yourself--a couple more sun-dried tomatoes here and a few more trips to Dean and Deluca (?) there and you might be veering dangerously towards the stuck-up. Best go and touch some grubby sick people to keep your inner snob at bay." On that note, I think I'll go to bed and dream about work. :^(

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