What You Like Vs. What You’re Like – Reblogged from MonkeyProdigy

Shamelessly re-blogging my son’s post from this weekend. ūüėČ He and I had both taken a few weeks off. Now we’re back, and this time, it’s personal.

The Monkey Prodigy

Greetings, my followers. It’s been awhile, but I’m back. Unfortunately for me, but lucky for you, I am currently stuck indoors due to Pennsylvania’s outrageous winter weather.  Anyway, since I am stuck inside, how about some good ole fashioned blogging (because the internet is as old-fashioned as it gets).

Here‚Äôs an interesting article.¬†Apparently researchers are trying to find out if they can match people‚Äôs personality profile with their Facebook likes; everything from your religious views to your¬†blatant¬†irresponsible¬†alcoholism. Supposedly folks with high IQ are prone to like ‚ÄúScience‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúThunderstorms‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúThe Colbert Report‚ÄĚ, and ‚ÄúCurly Fries‚ÄĚ. Now, I am a man of science who just happens to enjoy¬†thunderstorms and gets a good kick out of
Stephen Colbert‚Äôs satirical politics. But the best way to know that I‚Äôm really intelligent is my¬†insatiable¬†craving for curly fries. People with low IQ on the other hand tended to like things such as ‚ÄúSepahora‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúHarley Davis motorcycles‚ÄĚ, ‚ÄúLady‚Ķ

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3 thoughts on “What You Like Vs. What You’re Like – Reblogged from MonkeyProdigy

    • Ain’t that the truth! Yes, I keep it because of some overseas family and far away friends that it is easier to keep track of and in contact with the group. I did however totally delete my old account and start a new one. Frankly it was easier than the stickiness of deleting people. ūüėČ

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