Choose the answer that is most nearly correct for you.
A friend has brought you to a party. You
walk up to the host, look her in the eye, give her a warm hug, and thank her for inviting you.
comment to your friend that you had a good time, but you wish there was a bigger crowd.
mingle with the partygoers and engage in smalltalk.
find an empty room in the house, and sit watching the fish tank.
Your boss is giving you instructions for an important task that must be finished by the end of the day. You
think of ways of exploiting this situation to move up in the office pecking order.
notice that your boss is avoiding eye contact, and wonder what your boss isn't telling you.
know the easiest way to do it is to tell a "white lie", and congratulate yourself on your cleverness.
have no idea what your boss is saying - you're distracted by the sound of a co-worker pouring coffee.
Your computer won't start. You
pull out your typewriter, and mutter that modern technology isn't really worth the bother.
know immediately what the problem is, and with a rescue disk and a text editor repair the corrupt files.
call the manufacturer's support desk. They determine that your computer is not plugged in.
call your a family member for help, explaining that you are a "computer illiterate".
Someone hands you the channel changer. You change the channel on the TV set to
The Weather Channel, and watch it intensely for the next three hours, until it's time for Wheel of Fortune.
Jerry Springer, but turn it off when the news comes on.
NFL Monday Night Football.
whatever seems least distracting, because you're gossiping with your friend.
Your mother walks into the room and asks you what you think of her new dress. You
think she doesn't look good in red, but smile and say she looks very attractive.
compliment her, and mention the dinner party she's been invited to, in order to spark more conversation.
note that the dress is the latest style, and compliment her on her stylishness.
stare at her blankly because having opinions about dresses makes no sense to you.
You volunteer to work on your Representative's re-election campaign, and you are asked to fold leaflets. You
chat with your fellow campaign workers to pass the time.
become bored after a few minutes, and ask if you could work the telephones instead.
watch the office dynamics as you work, and determine who are the important people to know.
find it enjoyable, and wish that the office was quieter so that you could focus completely on your task.
Someone mentions your favorite hobby, astronomy. You
reply that astronomy is a hobby of yours, and ask others about their hobbies.
politely invite others to join you at next month's star party, knowing they won't be able to attend.
launch into a long monologue about the specifications of materials used in grinding telescope lenses.
ask about the speaker's interest, and learn you have a mutual friend who works at the local planetarium.
You decide to make the holidays special for yourself this year. You
plan a festive family get together, and invite all of your relatives.
spend the holidays overseas, visiting countries you had always wanted to visit.
rent a ski chalet and spend a romantic week with your partner.
reject all party invitations and spend a week alone playing video games.
A group of children have ganged up on another child and are bullying him. You
join in - the kid brought it upon himself.
break it up, then scold the child for bringing it upon himself.
walk past quickly and wonder why no one is doing anything to stop it.
are the child being bullied.
When you are rocking, you
have your stereo cranked up loud.
hope the baby will go to sleep quickly.
often "space out" as well.
admire the skill that it took to make such a fine piece of furniture.
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