Respectful Insolence

Oh, what the heck?

All the other ScienceBloggers are taking this test, so why not?


What Disease Are You?


You Are Influenza!

Also known as the flu, you are warm, nurturing, and make a great confidante. People admire you for your gentleness and honesty. While you can’t literally wipe out 35,000,000 people by causing them to drown in their own phlegm, you sure can clear out a room with your lame jokes.
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Comments

  1. #1 Socialist Swine
    April 18, 2006

    I’m ebola!

    Also known as Hemorrhagic Fever, you are a risk-taker. You love to travel and experience the world. You are not afraid to walk on the wild side, while still being a funny, yet sarcastic person. Being so open-minded, you have been known to shock people, which is a symptom that occurs within one week of being infected. What happens next? A quick and excrutiating death…technicalities.

  2. #2 Julia
    April 18, 2006

    I came out as influenza, as well, which is nice because I’m interested in it. :)

  3. #3 BronzeDog
    April 18, 2006

    Flu here, too.

  4. #4 Prup aka Jim Benton
    April 18, 2006

    Achoo, there’s an epidemic going around. Me, too. As usual, there were several where three answers matched and a couple where none did.

  5. #5 Dianne
    April 18, 2006

    Another ebola here. Hope no one’s reporting this quiz to Homeland Security.

  6. #6 hollywoodjaded
    April 18, 2006

    Ebola here too … gawd!

  7. #7 BronzeDog
    April 18, 2006

    Are we sure there are alternate results?

  8. #8 Dianne
    April 18, 2006

    I answered with all the food themed answers and got heart disease, so there are not only alternate results, there are non-infectious disease results. And I’m in the late stages of work avoidance. My only excuse is that I’m trying to make a figure with Microsoft products and if I go about it too long without a break my brain starts to try crawl out my ear. Therefore, silly quizzes.

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