A country, career and movie meant for me

Posted: 9.30.2011 in Categorically uncategorizable

I rarely get caught up in cheesy online quizzes that have little basis for their random results, but I go sucked into three: which country do you belong in, what career should you actually have, and which movie is actually based on your life. Here are my results, which I have to admit came out pretty darn accurate, in my opinion.

Country: New Zealand
You are an adventurous individual who enjoys being outdoors and spending time being active. You are a risk taker and have no problem striking up a conversation with a total stranger. When you travel you love to get to know the locals, and their customs, and are always up for a challenge. You thrive in a culture where others share your deep appreciation for land, and believe life is best lived outdoors. You love a hard hike, but also love the water and are happy to spend a day beach side. You thrive in a society with diversity and appreciate a simpler way of living. You are keen on learning about cultures and customs that are different than your own, and enjoy a deep conversation, whether it be philosophical or spiritual. You are not a city dweller by any means, and definitely believe that life is something to explore and experience firsthand. This country gives you endless opportunities to live both an active lifestyle and enjoy the company of newfound friends.

Career: Social Activist
You are a very emotional, ambitious and stubborn person. In the past, these traits got you in a lot of trouble, but now you can actually make a huge difference in this world thanks to them. You were meant to take what you’ve learned so far in life and use it to help others in need.

Movie: Stand by Me
The movie “Stand By Me” is based on your life! You’ve had the most amazing childhood imaginable. Although you’ve had some problems at home, your friends were always there for you. You played together, studied together, and ventured out during the summer. Remember these moments, they are priceless!

 

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