A quarter well spent.
Smart but gullible.
Your score is higher if you don’t insert a coin…
IQ = Insert Qoin.
somehow, I doubt that.
I took one of those FB quizzes that “only a genius can ace”. It was on music, not my strong suit. I aced it after guessing on enough questions to make me suspicious. I retook it, changing a bunch of answers… and aced it again!
I took an intelligence test once. The results came back negative.
I’m retired, if you really want my skills, its my IQ times three, four hour minimum, double on Sunday. Actually had one very desperate taker.
Smart! It gives good feelings and makes money too.
I don’t want to know. I would rather be in ignorant bliss.
A few years ago I got spam emails for fake diplomas. If you think they work, you need them.
The machine would pretend you had been tested then ask you for more money before giving you the score. I know how marketing works. I should – a weight machine told me I was a reincarnation of Einstein’s dog. :)
Makes me think of a toy I saw years ago. Looked like a small radio with a big, soft rubber button and sign that said, “Press button to hear a human voice.” There was a sharp needle in the button.
A proud member of Densa.
Stanford-Binet locked my destiny in stone. They were afraid I was a little.. well, I wasn’t. I rolled a 120 and they decided I was just a lazy good-for-nothing.
Cheaters cheating can’t trust their number to mean anything.
What? The bigger the coin the higher the fake score? Is that it?
245 and not all is well. Did a Polish zwoty get deposited or a holy half shekel?
July 31, 2015