It’s a contagious post I guess

Okay, me too. Call me a copycat. Take my quiz. Have fun. Good luck. Blah-de-blah.

ooops… I clicked the wrong answer for question that asks about where I got married. The correct answer is C – a Tobacco store. We got married at the Chapel of Love in Hot Springs, which has been sold and converted into a tobacco store… I guess my marriage is up in smoke!


5 thoughts on “It’s a contagious post I guess

  1. Mark W. says:

    Wow…either that was ESP or I’ve been possessed by the spirit of Dean Cirelli! Great quiz…fun and easy.

    What the heck is a “buhddist” temple anyway? 😉

  2. Jim says:

    Oh, Yeah! You’re back! Great quiz. I guess I’m going to have to do a “DP” quiz.

  3. Kevin Stoxe says:

    Jim told me to go and take your quiz. So I did….. In a 25 percent chance that I would pick the correct answers, I got a 50 percent. That’s 200 percent better than odds. In a 75 percent chance of me picking all wrong answers, I missed 50 percent of them. Does this mean that I did better picking the correct answers than picking the wrong answers, and if so, shouldn’t my score be higher than 50 percent?

  4. dean says:

    i like these things better when i can cheat on them. how the heck did 2 of these bozos get 100 with that one question in there about guessing a question and choosing the answer?? and whats wrong with kevin?? he must be the mathematics version of wegley.

    and one last thing… i know what the steel beams are for at mcdonalds!!!!!

  5. Vonda says:

    K- the stinking buhddist temple thing got me or I’d have 100%.

    Pretty scary that I know you that well Teeg!

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