Tuesday, October 13, 2009

My cousin sent this email quiz to me. I usually don't pass these along, but this was so amazingly accurate, that I needed to share this with the world! Or at least with FOTTSP!


FIND OUT WHO TRULY IS YOUR ROLE MODEL. DON'T SCROLL DOWN YET, DO THE

SIMPLE MATH BELOW, THEN SCROLL DOWN TO FIND YOUR HERO.



It's CRAZY how accurate this is!



No peeking !



1) Pick your favorite numb er between 1-9



2) Multiply by 3 then



3) Add 3



4) Then again Multiply by 3 (I'll wait while you get the calculator....)



5) You'll get a 2 or 3 digit number....



6) Add the digits together




Now Scroll down

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With that number, see who your ROLE MODEL is from the list below:



1. Einstein

2. Oprah Winfrey

3. Snoopy

4. Bill Clinton

5. Bill Gates

6. Gandhi

7. Ronald Reagan

8. Babe Ruth

9.Helen at Random Musings

10. John F. Kennedy

I know, I know....I just have that effect on people. One day, you too can be like me.

P.S. Stop picking different numbers!! I AM YOUR IDOL, JUST DEAL WITH

IT!!!!!!




Hope about joining Wendy in her LIfe is Funny blog carnival?

10 comments:

Bridget Chumbley said...

This is mind boggling! How can it be so accurate? Thanks for the LOL to start off my day, Helen. :-)

katdish said...

Huh...

I came up with Ronald Reagan. Then again, I suck at math.

Helen said...

I love you, Katdish. And apparently, you do suck at Math. Do you have a Mac? It has a calculator function at the bottom of the screen to make my life, er, I mean life for the Math impaired, easier...

jasonS said...

Helen- you are definitely my hero...

Wendy said...

It's a good thing that you were on this list, otherwise I'd have to go with Snoopy. :o)

Nick the Geek said...

Nice, but just so you know I didn't need a calculator even though I had a pretty large number.

Nick the Geek said...

Also, step 5 is wrong, you will only end up with a 2 digit number, even if you pick 9, the largest number.

9x3=27+3=30x3=90 9+0=9

Nick the Geek said...

Also, this seems to work with 1-49 with the exception of 10, 20, 30, and 40. I didn't test every number but it is pretty cool.

Richard said...

I was far too lazy to actually do it, I just skipped to the end :(

Rebecca on The Homefront said...

Leave it to Nick the Geek to do more than one try on the math. ;)

Helen, it's absolutely amazing...and you would be my idol even if only because you also use the calculator function!