The 18.2% of you that don’t wonder this. Is it because you’ve never wrapped a burrito? Or are you just so naturally talented that you can wrap burritos without them falling apart? I am serious though, like how have you never wondered this? Let me know in the comments below!
I’m glad that y’all are with me on this. It’s so hard to do. When I go to Chipotle (this is not ad, just want you to know what Chipotle is because it’s great) and they wrap my burritos I’m like nice, how did you do that you magical burrito wrapping person. I’m pretty sure those burritos are like 1lb burritos, so I think I could eat those the fastest.
Good! Don’t do this! Continue being a decisive person. It’s great that you say no to things you don’t want to do and say yes to things that you do! I’m proud of you, glad that you’re like this. People who are able to actually be honest with you up front are the best, don’t you like people like this?
The worst kind of person smh, you probably saw John Mulaney’s piece on canceling plans and why it was like heroin and thought it was cool to be that way. No, it’s not. Here’s a thought – no one likes people who cancel plans all the time. It’s impossible to hang out with people like this, and I’m sure you get annoyed if your friends tell you they’ll do something with/for you and then later decide they don’t want to and cancel on you last minute. Stop doing this, please, I’m begging you.
Nice, this is probably a healthy amount of time to be spending in front of a screen. I don’t know how you manage to keep your screen time this low, but I’m impressed.
This is about the average amount of time that adults spend on their phone a day. It’s gone up a lot since COVID started, but it’s still in this area on average. So, if this is you, congrats, you’re in the statistical majority for adults!
This is the range that the average 8-18 year old spends on their phone a day. Many of you are in this age range, so I’m surprised that this isn’t higher, it’s only 25%. Maybe it’s just because it’s too early so far and it’ll change in a few days
Nice, this is the average amount that a programmer spends in front of their screen a day. If you’re not a programmer, you’re probably a gamer.
Wow, I’m surprised there’s no one here in this range. I feel like a lot of people spend tons of time in front of a screen, and it would only be kind of surprising to see this be the highest answer choice. It’s very surprising to see this be the lowest answer choice.
I’m curious which color you think of when you think of orange. Being trained as a computer scientist when I think of the color orange I think of
The actual hex code for the color orange. When you think of orange, how do you imagine it to look? More red and less yellow? Or is this about right?
If you thought of the fruit first, I just have to say you’re right. Orange the fruit came into the English language before the color. It is derived from the French pomme d’orenge! Which oranges do you think of when you think of the fruit? I think of those big Florida oranges despite the fact that I have never actually had one.
The core of this question is, how much ear abuse can you take? While Despacito is a great song to hear once, I’m pretty sure that if the DJ played it 9 times, I’d fight him too. I’d want to start a mosh pit so we can get everyone to fight and then push the DJ into the moshing lol.
Help the DJ
I’m not even sure why you’d pick this. Who are you? Are you trying hear Despacito for a 10th time? Are you insane? Do you mean help professionally? Perhaps offer the DJ some professional tips as another DJ, like hey man, play a different song. Or perhaps professionally like as a psychiatrist, sit the guy down and be like “okay man, what’s up, why are you obsessed?”
Fair enough, you see someone go fight the DJ, and the thought comes to you, yeah I’ll help him out, let me fight the DJ too, get this man to stop playing the same song over and over again. You know what they say, it takes at least one follower to get the movement going.
Ah, the chaotic neutral option. MOSH MOSH MOSH MOSH! This is the option I would choose. Not only can you start a fight in the crowd, but you can start the mosh and then go for the DJ after anyway. There’s already chaos above, let there be chaos below as well
Guess this makes you part of the regular crowd, the normal crowd, the “Bormal” crowd if you will lol. I think everyone should develop some confidence in themselves though. It’s good to have confidence as a skill. You’re probably one of the people who doesn’t believe they could beat four monkeys in a battle of wits.
I really expected this answer to have almost 100% of the picks. I mean, who’s not sarcastic on the daily? I am anyway. I feel like there’s just so many situations in which I can be sarcastic and maybe I’m just too easily baited into being sarcastic. I’m glad to see so many of y’all also agree with me. Did you know that sarcastic people are more intelligent?
I’m surprised that you’re only sarcastic on a weekly basis and not a daily basis. I mean how could I not be sarcastic for an entire day? Some things just require a level of sarcasm.
Honestly I’m just impressed that you’ve kept track of your sarcasm use so much that you know you use it monthly. You know what I do on a monthly basis? Wash my sheets, write updates, and clean my apartment. And I have to schedule those, I can’t even do those without having to schedule them in. You schedule in your sarcasm? Or what?
Well, I’m glad I don’t have to say much about this one. No one has yet said they don’t feel like a clown so. Glad to see everyone feels like a clown sometimes.
I feel like a clown sometimes. Just like wow my life is so ridiculously funny from the outside that if you were to see if you’d be like who is this clown? Sometimes I’ll be making coffee in the morning and as I’m pouring my milk into my cup I laugh a little bit to myself at the image of what I’ve been doing. The image of myself sitting on the floor with my crush and not saying anything to her about it comes into my head and I’m like lol this idiot.