this is the test
oh gee!!! i suck
"You personally got 10 of the 20 people correct and were better at recognizing girls than guys. Overall, you guessed better than 9% of all test takers"
HA! I got 7 of the 20 and better at recognizing girls.. I am OLD.
Me too Gabriel. I really sucked at this test.
me 3...I sucked
I can only please one person a day, today is not your day and tomorrow doesn't look good either
I got 12 and was better at guys than girls.
17 out of 20, better at guys. I'm betting that 25 years ago when I was actually looking for a boyfriend, I wouldn't have been, or so personal experience shows.
As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron. - H.L. Mencken .
wow....actually I thought I would have done better. My gaydar is usually very good! Wish they would have shown which ones I got wrong. A couple of them I felt could have been both photos.
You personally got 14 of the 20 people correct and were better at recognizing girls than guys. Overall, you guessed better than 60% of all test takers.
You personally got 17 of the 20 people correct and were better at recognizing girls than guys. Overall, you guessed better than 94% of all test takers.
Well I've always thought I had a pretty good gaydar (now I know ), but I assumed that I would be better at the guys than the girls.
Hi SuperBrat--If he's been admitted to a school he can then talk to their financial aid people (or at many schools even if he's just applying) about options. He can become an emancipated minor and then be eligible for things. Or he can work and go part-time. There are ways to do it. If he does well he might become eligible for merit based scholarships. As his "mom" you might hold his hand a bit and help him find out about the options--just being 4 years older at this age gives you a lot more sophistication and confidence when it comes to dealing with administrative issues. And you "owe" him, for that A-! You could even talk to the financial aid people at your school to get some ideas in theory about what's available in your state for people in his situation. Even some straight kids have parents who won't or can't sign for loans or give them other financial support--financial aid officers should be used to the question.Originally Posted by SuperBrat;2150548;
That said, BOOOOOO to parents like that!