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    FORT Fogey
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    What car matches your personality?

    Take the quiz at:

    http://www.emode.com/tests/carpersonality/

    I'm Practical. Sounds about right.

    What's Practical

    Chances are, you've got a schedule to keep, and you want to look good while doing it. You're not one for overly risky ventures that's probably because the tried and true works just fine for you. There's something nice about predictability and knowing what you can count on and what to be prepared for. Whether you're driving to work (have you considered carpooling?) or picking up a friend for dinner, you don't want to waste time. And your four-wheeled friend should reflect that. Don't worry about flashy or fancy. The most important thing for you is reliability a car that will get the job done (like you do), day-in and day-out.

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    a jumble of useless facts gracie's Avatar
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    I'm driven by getting from here to there.

    You're all about the substance of relationships, not the flash and panache. You're focused on spending time with people and on doing the things you want to do more than the way in which you do it. Sometimes you have to deal with limited resources, but that doesn't mean your life can't be exciting and rich. Just the opposite. You're probably a champion for the underdog, too. Where most people see flaws, you see the character that brings people, and even cars, to life.

    All in all I'm a good used car. Not too flashy.
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    Cristina, you're driven by what's practical

    Chances are, you've got a schedule to keep, and you want to look good while doing it. You're not one for overly risky ventures that's probably because the tried and true works just fine for you. There's something nice about predictability and knowing what you can count on and what to be prepared for.
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

    SCULLY:
    Leave it there.

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    I'm practical too.

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    Why Not Us? greenie's Avatar
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    I'm Getting from Here to There, like gracie!
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    C'mon Without Cmon Within QuinntheEskimo's Avatar
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    Quinn, you're driven by what's practical.

    They could've figured that out with one question (what kind of car do you currently drive?), rather then the 20 random ones they asked...

    I'm wondering if i can spend a whole day at work taking these emode tests...

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    Why Not Us? greenie's Avatar
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    They are kind of addictive, aren't they Quinn?
    Who shot who in the what now?

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