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09 November 2006 @ 11:57 am
Not Terribly Evil  
And probably not much of a surprise, huh?

You Are 28% Evil

A bit of evil lurks in your heart, but you hide it well.
In some ways, you are the most dangerous kind of evil.


Only 20% evil if I remove stuff I haven't done since childhood.

And if I remove driving a little over the speed limit, down to 18%.

I'm either mostly good, or a big prude. Although I did have to check "looked at nudie pictures online". For my slash research, you understand. ;)
 
 
 
PamalaX: mikeyhuhpamalax on November 9th, 2006 08:11 pm (UTC)
I'm either mostly good, or a big prude.

Good in your heart not a prude. I was horrified at my results but I was a vindictive, blod, hell raiser in my later teens so I couldnt really remove anything.

I was amused , feeling very Bill Murray in Stripes, when my answer to arrested was.. Arrested as in booked? Back of the police car, yes, never arrested. LOL
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: heh-hehhalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 08:31 pm (UTC)
There was a lot of stuff on that list I've done only once, like shoplifting (age 8, candy bar of course), smoked pot only once.

If any of us are making prank phone calls as adults, we need serious help. ;)

And see, if they put you in the car but don't book you, then I'd say you're ok with "not arrested." Of course, if you engage in civil protests, you might wind up with a "yes" on that one for tree-hugging or a sit-in or something. Hardly evil...
bluesister on November 9th, 2006 08:30 pm (UTC)
Yeah, there should be a start age, some time after we're amoral children.

Much of it read like an Asshole test to me so you should be proud of your score!
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Venushalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 08:33 pm (UTC)
:D Some of it was pretty scary.

And yet, I think that "Have squashed a bug" should be on an inverse test instead of "How much of a Saint are you?" Because really, who hasn't squashed a bug at some point in their lives?

Although now, I mostly put them in the toilet, because the squashing is too icky for me. I'd rather be the indirect Agent-Of-Death than the direct one, which probably sounds ridiculous but... there it is. :0
bluesister on November 9th, 2006 09:10 pm (UTC)
Ah, indirect death. You *are* a softie. ;)

We put them outside. And my 5yo freaks out if someone threatens a bug. Other than a mosquito or fly. Or a slug but that's a gardening thing and I can't go there.

I would have thought there were no more bugs left in the valley! I remember when we used to see black widows, praying mantises, and, once, a Jerusalem cricket. But pesticides put an end to much of that. Except for those wee spiders than cover everything in webs. I was so amused to see your reference to those recently.
/nostalgia
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Venushalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 09:25 pm (UTC)
Ah, I see you remember the froth-spiders. Icky pests-- and not so little. When they're fully grown, they're daddy-longlegs size. Bleh. Though I'll be they start their messes early.

We have a LOT of bugs in the Valley still. Fewer black widows at this house than at our other Sacramento house, but they still exist. Other spiders-- through the rafters. Tons of variety, all icky. Also praying mantises-- everything from the tiny baby ones to the huge ones that are gray or tan. Yug. I know they're 'beneficial' insects, but they're still bugs. Big and ugly ones, too. ;)

My son was convinced, at age 4, that he'd saved his sister up in the playroom by killing a "black minnow" that was coming toward her. First-- hahahahaha! Killer minnows! And second... it was the world's tiniest little vaguely black spider. A baby, really. Oh well-- made him feel very manly. ;)
mooyoomooyoo on November 9th, 2006 08:43 pm (UTC)
Heh, I got the same results (I think mine was 26% evil), and some of it was due to stuff I did when I was a young kid - stole something once from a cousin when I was like 4, haven't made a prank phonecall since I was probably a teenager, cheated on a couple of tests in high school but never since then and never on a boyfriend, etc etc.

And some of the questions I thought way too much about, like "would you choose your life over 100,000 others" (because if it's something like you're on a sinking ship and there's not enough lifeboats for everyone, I'd probably be fighting for a spot [last night I dreamt that I was on the Titanic :P]. If it's something like an evil dictator demands that you be killed or the entire population of a small country will be wiped out, I'd be much more conflicted...), or "you don't think lying to strangers is a big deal" because it really depends on how big the lie is.

But that's really thinking way too much about this, I know :p
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Venushalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 09:27 pm (UTC)
Wow, I didn't even think much about the "me vs. 100,000"-- I picked me. I guess because I didn't think hard enough about that one. If killing me might save 100,000, I'd have to seriously consider it as an option.

Lying to anybody is a big deal for me. It's how I was raised. When you're agnostic and there is 'no god,' you'd be surprised what an effective tool guilt can be. Plus, I hate to be lied to, so there you have it. :D
mooyoomooyoo on November 10th, 2006 12:00 am (UTC)
If killing me might save 100,000, I'd have to seriously consider it as an option.

Yeah, see I really don't like the idea of dying (as I'm sure most people don't), and I'd really like not to for as long as possible, but I don't know if I'd be able to live happily knowing that 100,000 people were dead when I could have saved them. And once again I've thought way too hard on this question :p

Plus, I hate to be lied to, so there you have it. :D

I agree, I hate being lied to as well. And I generally really don't like to lie. But little white lies come up every so often in my job - "why yes, the quiche is fantastic even though we microwaved it to warm it up". I like just about everything on our menu, but I'm not going to tell the truth when someone asks me about something I don't like (I generally try to get around that by saying that an item "is very popular" but sometimes I just throw out "oh yeah, it's great"). Plus, every so often if someone is really being nasty to me I'll tell them that we're out of something that they want - I'd never spit in someone's food or do anything disgusting like that (honestly, I don't know anyone who's ever done something like that), but if someone's really being awful I'll lie about something like that.

Which isn't at all justification for lying, but there you go. Yeah, I've become a slightly vendictive person as a result of my job (the "have you ever wished harm on someone" question related to work as well).
:insert witty name here:popmusicjunkie on November 9th, 2006 09:31 pm (UTC)
Um...there's something not right with that test.
Because there is no way in hell I am 52% evil.
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Venushalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 11:29 pm (UTC)
Yeah, all these tests all geared toward something strange.

I mean, they can't ask "Have you killed someone" or "Have you caused deliberate injuries." That would actually be evil.

If you did the stuff most kids do, you have a "base" evil to begin with. And anything wild in your teen years really puts you over the top, as Pamala noticed!

:D Don't feel too bad. :)
The Good, The Bad and The Lanathelana on November 9th, 2006 09:42 pm (UTC)
OMG, I'm actually less evil than you. But the fun part is that I'm a bunny.

You Are 16% Evil

You are good. So good, that you make evil people squirm.
Just remember, you may need to turn to the dark side to get what you want!
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Venushalfshellvenus on November 9th, 2006 11:33 pm (UTC)
Once you get to 20% or below, you become the white cloud of purity like that picture. ;)

You have a lovely and generous heart, and a soulful nature, so this doesn't surprise me. However, I'm pretty sure your sense if humor is actually more evil than mine BUT!... that's not on the test. :D
The Good, The Bad and The Lanathelana on November 9th, 2006 11:36 pm (UTC)
It's weird, I actually checked illegal substances (one drag from my cousin's joint; but unlike Billy Clinton I did inhale) and stealing.

Maybe I'm just really, really, really, really boring.
aeroport_art: pornaeroport_art on November 10th, 2006 02:59 am (UTC)
I took the quiz, 42% evil. You're such a good girl :O