Tuesday, July 12, 2016

I May Be Vulgar But I Am Not Unintelligent

In case you doubt my word.

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If you can beat that then you have my utmost respect.
My Mother taught me how to read before I started first grade, way back when we had to ride dinosaurs to school.

H/T Irish, who found it at Borepatch, who beat my ass handily.


  1. 30250. I know big words, yah.

  2. Replies
    1. Not in the least my man.
      I took it twice to see if I could improve my score and both times they had some pretty iffy choices. Iffy as in not so good choices.

  3. You kicked my ass man, 22350. Took it only once, but I'll admit some of those words stumped me.

  4. 29625...musta went to the same school in different towns.... :-)

  5. Dammit!
    17600 ★★ Top 21.33%
    Did it on a speed run.

  6. Well, I don't know what the hell I did, but the first score was 22,625 and the second score was 29,975, musta picked answers too fast the first time.

  7. 29800, English major, masters in library science.

  8. 30150 first time. Haven't tried again, but I agree that some of their choices are iffy.

  9. 29800 and I was half asleep, pre-coffee in the morning.

  10. 30500. tweel: It is not big words, but the ability to understand the subtle meaning of words.

  11. 30500, apparently. I remain unconvinced.


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