Which Utensil Are You?

I found this over on the Raincoater’s blog.

She really wanted to avoid being something uncool – like a spork.

I wanted to be a – - -

Lumberjack!


You Are a Spork


You have a playful, eccentric sense of humor.

You are creative. You see the world in bold colors.

You are a dabbler. You love to experiment.

You aren’t an expert in anything, but you know a little about everything.

12 Responses

  1. I reserve comment. Nothing I could say would fail to get me blacklisted.

  2. People see you as exotic, unusual, and even a bit intimidating.
    You are a difficult person to figure out.

    In truth, you try to live a very simple life.
    But most people are too frenzied to recognize the beauty of your simplicity.

    I even like Chinese food, although I’m not too keen on Japanese food … especially sushi. I hate seaweed!

  3. I came out much cooler than I was expecting…

    You Are Chopsticks

    People see you as exotic, unusual, and even a bit intimidating.
    You are a difficult person to figure out.

    In truth, you try to live a very simple life.
    But most people are too frenzied to recognize the beauty of your simplicity.

    What Utensil Are You?

    But sporks are okay too…you’re a multi-tasker, a linguistic conversation piece and a novelty item all rolled into one – that can’t be bad…

  4. Snap, Puddock! Wanna come over for some Chinese Egg Foo Yung?

  5. @ rain, It’s OK, Spork, Dork, nork – whatever – I really wanted to be a knife!

    A Buff and Puddock, If I had been a knife, I could have done the chopping – - -

  6. I Are Chopsticks

    I are a difficult person to figure out.

    Buff, Puddock and me, all chopsticks. Who wants to have six?

  7. (you get eggroll!)

  8. No more sporks? I’m heading por exsporktion!

  9. You will be exporked.

  10. I’ll need a passport if I am exporkted

  11. You Are A Fork

    You are truthful, direct, and straight forward.
    People find your honesty to be a bit piercing at times.

    You are driven and wildly ambitious.
    You know what you want, and you take the most direct path to getting it.

    First bit, yeah. Second bit, not really.

  12. Nope, a fork is not me! I still want to be a knife!

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