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Over 100 questions!!! DOH!!!!!

So far, 8597 people (including you) have responded to this Squid Test Survey and have been tabulated. Of those responses, the average grade is 52. Your grade was 0 (from 0 to 100), and 115 out of the 115 questions were left un-answered. The average number of questions answered in this test is 47.

A higher grade indicates a stronger sense of common decency, and a lower grade is an indication of conspicuous squidliness and general disregard for civilized society. Your score indicates that you are an absolute moron and a danger to society who should be thrown in jail until their last breath. A grade of 0 is very unusual, and quite disturbing! You didn't just press the SUBMIT button without answering the questions, did you?
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
Shan - Your score indicates that you are an absolute moron and a danger to society who should be thrown in jail until their last breath. :D :D

I love this one.. :D

After their first ride on a motorcycle with you, your friend:

[a] thanks you and compliments your skills.
looks like a stunned rabbit.
[c] files a civil complaint.
[d] eats your cat.

Here's my results.

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So far, 8599 people (including you) have responded to this Squid Test Survey and have been tabulated. Of those responses, the average grade is 52. Your grade was 76 (from 0 to 100), and 0 out of the 115 questions were left un-answered. The average number of questions answered in this test is 47.

A higher grade indicates a stronger sense of common decency, and a lower grade is an indication of conspicuous squidliness and general disregard for civilized society. Your score indicates that you are a halfway decent rider and wise-ass who is way too narcissistic his or her own good.
 

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Gas Man said:
I don't feel like wasting that much time...DAMN!!
Just save it when for when u have some spare time (whatever that is these days) its pretty funny to do :)
 

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Time can be a precious commodity around here lately...but I get what your sayin....So what are some of the scores from everybody????
 

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alot of people just answer like half the questions or something, then hit submit, and it'll give some kinda wise crack answer about how you ride etc. Even if you answer all the questions in a serious manner, there are still enough questions that are just plain silly, that you'll get an "interesting" score from the computer. :)
 

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double2000r6 said:
I got a 72. Took forever - count me out on the 1,000 question one..

OK, so how does the whole "Mudpuppy" thing, figure into your WOS membership :D
 

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Need4Speed750 said:
OK, so how does the whole "Mudpuppy" thing, figure into your WOS membership :D
Yeah, come on MP. Tell them the story or I'll have to. You don't want that, because I'll add some more colorfull events...LOL hehe <devilish smilie here
 

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Receipe for a Mudpuppy:

Ingredients

1 - Cold Spring Day
1 - fiending rider trying to rush to get ready for track day
1 - recently cleaned chain needing to be warmed up to rewax
1 - AFU construction zone on 23 mile road
1 - Freeway entrance ramp under construction
1 - Yamaha R6 vintage 2000
1 - Gravelhauler with no $($()[email protected](_)(_) brains and no turn signals or flagman
10 - Cages riding my a$$
1 - Mustang version cage in front of me
1 - Muddy median - the only sure exit to avoid disaster

Take all the ingredients and mix throughly. Bring to a simmer and reduce heat. When you end up with a bike and rider covered in mud and screaming at the a$$hole truck driver who decided to cut off 11 cars and a bike on the entrance ramp you know it is done.

- In short I was in a construction zone. The gravel hauler decided to spontaneously block the entrance ramp with no warning, no turn signals, no flagmen. The Mustang in front of me locked them up. I locked them up in a full lean at like 50mph. I let off the brakes, yanked it left to avoid the car that I was about to hit, yanked it left again to get out of the gravel that was about to lowside me, rode it down the hill, rode it through the mud at the bottom for 10 or so feet and lowsided it in a mudpit. So Tinman in WOS starting calling me Mudpuppy and it stuck.. lol.. No one was hurt and the bike has a couple of minor scratches on it so it was all good. That **[email protected]$* truck driver would have had my foot broke off in his a$$ if I didn't care about the damn cops showing up and giving me a failure to keep your vehicle under control ticket or some bullsh$t.. I got up, fired it up and took off. Here is a pic of the aftermath (the picture doesn't really do it justice - it looked alot worse in person):
 

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damn..yeah it definately could have been alot worse!! what happened to the truck driver,as far as the cops were concerned ?
 

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Nothing that I know of because I took off and put the bike in the garage real quick because I didn't want a ticket myself - who knows what the cops would have done, etc. I figured leave, no one was hurt including me, and no harm no foul right? Of course if you or any member of law enforcement has or is reading this it is purely a fictional story that never happened..
 

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That sounds like a true account of what happened. Even though I wasn't there, I wanted to make sure he didn't sugar coated version for this forum...LOL!!
 
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