06 May 2007

16 = M on a D M C

Heh, I'm a genius! Try it yourself, the TAMU Intelligence Test.


Ramblin' Ed said...

I test out as a BONEHEAD, but I really think I didn't understand the quiz.

I actually got "2 peas in a pod" corect, but was still thinking this was a math quiz and assumed that was wrong.

Trust me, you don't get any correct anwers when you try to solve it as a math test.

A.G.T. said...

That's what I thought at first also, R' Ed. But then I realized it wasn't strictly so and I actually figured out 20 of them. 16 Men on a Dead Mans Chest. :-)

Barb said...

I got all but 5. But about 2 years ago a variation was sent to me in email by my sister. She and my brother and I all took about an hour and then sent each other our answers to that point. Funny thing was how we 3 (who obviously had common experiences from growing up together, etc.) managed to cover all 50 answers, but none of us had them all. And, each of us missed a lot of different ones - some were funny!

But knowing they were not math questions gave me a big head start ;-)

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

All but 5 of them! Wow! That's pretty darned good, Barb.

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

Speaking of family puzzle things that reminded me of something sorta, kinda similar to you and your family's experience.

One of my older sisters can do those Soduku things without even breathing hard. Me? Forget it, they are a complete mystery to me.

But I can do the Jumble Word game like I wrote it. Her? It'd be a half a day before she figured out that the letters "TCA" formed the word CAT.

Strange, very strange.