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

Shamelessly re-blogging my son’s post from this weekend. 😉 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’s an interesting article. Apparently researchers are trying to find out if they can match people’s 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 “Science”, “Thunderstorms”, “The Colbert Report”, and “Curly Fries”. Now, I am a man of science who just happens to enjoy thunderstorms and gets a good kick out of
Stephen Colbert’s satirical politics. But the best way to know that I’m really intelligent is my insatiable craving for curly fries. People with low IQ on the other hand tended to like things such as “Sepahora”, “Harley Davis motorcycles”, “Lady…

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. slpmartin says:

    Dropped Facebook…its benefits seem to have a number of negative side effects which I don’t like much…just a personal thing. 😉


    1. 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. 😉


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