Finding Homes and Humor

Back in CA, frantic trying to finish a copyediting job. Oh and get ready to move. But took a little time to catch up on blogs. Love the sunrises, the recipes, the test links.
We found an apartment in Dallas. It’s pretty nice. Just a 2BR. It’s just temporary. We have a month-to-month lease and a garage to store half our stuff until soap opera resolves and we decide which suburb/town to live in. I almost decided I would live in Lantana because it’s got an intranet for the community and it had a couple of links for “knitting,” but the links didn’t go anywhere so I was not sold. Also, it’s essentially Stepfordville Squared, but we’re told the best financial investment–promises the best return on our money. We’ll probably end up in Flower Mound, but we’ll see.
I’m not sure I’d describe myself this way, but it’s what the humor test determined:
Sunny/Dark: 2/10
drY/Gross: 6/10
Traditional/Offbeat: 2/10
Active/Passive: 6/10
You are a SGT–Sunny Gross Traditional. This makes you a John Hughes.
Your sense of humor makes you the ultimate every- person, just I’m-a try not to trouble nobody. You’re laid back. Like la-a-a-aid back. You might be from the Midwest.
You enjoy the occasional weird or dark humor, and the right joke out of nowhere can really make you laugh out loud. In fact, the funniest stuff for you is the stuff that takes you off guard. If you can see it coming, you don’t want to see it arrive.
You probably don’t think this site is all that funny. So it’s weird that you’re here. I appreciate it, though. Maybe I’ll cut back on the ranting and say something nice for a change.
Of the 8468 people who have taken this quiz, 28.2 % are this type.
Your Active humor score of 6/10 means you are ju-u-ust right. You’re probably pretty popular — a walking social lubricant. You know how to take someone from on edge to relaxed, and from relaxed to larfing. You’re kind of like an episode of Arrested Development. That show is good. Anyway. Rave on, funny one.

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1 Response to Finding Homes and Humor

  1. hannah says:

    Welcome back! The apartment situation sounds good. I had to laugh a little about Stepfordville Squared because my neighborhood seems kind of that way since every house is four-sides brick. The last time I gave directions to it, I nearly told the person to just “look for the brick one,” but thought that was maybe a little mean. 🙂

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