Friday, July 29, 2005

Friday Frivolity

Overall, Your Observation Skills Get: A-
Hardly anything gets by you...
You have a great memory and eagle eyes

Your English Skills:

Grammar: 100%

Punctuation: 100%

Spelling: 100%

Vocabulary: 80%

I'm not as observant as NSAH, generally. He can spot a typo from miles away. I only spot the funny and/or obvious ones, like seeing a breakfast joint that called itself the "WAFLE HOUSE" on a drive somewhere in rural Massachusetts.


Blogger liz said...

You posted this as I was reading comments on the earlier post!


1:24 PM, July 29, 2005  
Blogger Angry Pregnant Lawyer said...

I'm sneaky that way. By the way, love your photo!

1:34 PM, July 29, 2005  
Blogger liz said...

Thanks! It's from a larger picture of me and Muffin Man on the beach over 2 years ago.

1:38 PM, July 29, 2005  
Blogger Phantom Scribbler said...

Damn! I scored 80% on vocab and spelling, too. Now you know why I have 5 dictionaries in the house and the plug-in for Firefox...

4:33 PM, July 29, 2005  
Blogger Running2Ks said...

I am the grammar queen. And more observant than I thought--and I didn't even cheat on the telephone thing!--which is why I got it wrong.

6:48 PM, July 29, 2005  
Blogger Piece of Work said...

Oh, God, just as I thought: I am miserably unobservant and my grasp of the english language is, shall we say, lacking. Thanks for the new inadequecies to add to my list!

9:27 PM, July 29, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's a typo in the comments. Does that qualify as irony?


10:11 PM, July 31, 2005  
Anonymous nutso-ranter said...

Clearly, I am a wicked good guesser. I somehow managed to score %100 in spelling! and a 60% in vocab. I've gotta go look up Halcyon (crap... did I just misspell that?).

Generally, I think my vocab is pretty good. But I know I can't spell for beans. They happened to give me some words that I sort of know).

10-to-1 I've got a spelling mistake somewhere in this reply!

I remember taking those California Achievement Tests in grade school. I went to a good school, where EVERYONE was always in the 90th percentile for everything. Well, I was too... right up until we got to the spelling phase... 46%ile. Even though those tests are supposed to be confidential, I'm convinced that is why Harvard Law didn't accept me... (oh, yeah,... that and the fact that I failed WATERCOLOR in college!)

10:22 AM, August 01, 2005  

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