|Mar. 15th, 2006 07:20 pm I can't believe I'm posting this...|
(66% dark & bitter, 33% working class, 100% genuine)
So the deal with this test is that each taker, based on his or her scores, is assigned a beer that fits their personality (Corona, Bud Select, and so on), and along with the personality description, there's a poster or an ad for that beer. As you can imagine, most of the images feature booty models, sports cars, or, maybe even more depressing, retro kitsch.
It's a testament to Bass Ale, and therefore to YOU, that when I went to look for ads for Bass, all I found was this. An ad from 1937. Bass is legit, and if your scores are true, so are you. I tip my glass to that.
Personality-wise, you have refined tastes (after all, Bass is kind of expensive), but you know how to savor what you get. Your personality isn't exactly bubbly, but you're well-liked by your close circle of friends. Your sense of humor is rather dark, but that's just another way to say sophisticated, right? Cheers.
| My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|You scored higher than 15% on dark|
|You scored higher than 5% on workingclass|
|You scored higher than 60% on genuine|
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|Date:||March 19th, 2006 03:06 am (UTC)|| |
With a bit of trepidation, worrying that this test might label me as a Coors Light drinker or some such, I took this test too. Hurray, I'm "Bass" as well!. Whew!
I scored higher than 25% on dark, higher than 0% on workingclass,
and higher than 0% on genuine. Hmmm. I wonder what all *that* means...