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How much have you changed meme

I'm a friggin' rock ...

You've Changed 20% in 10 Years

You've hardly changed in ten years, from your lifestyle to those very retro clothes.
And unless you were really ahead of your time, you probably need to acquaint yourself with the modern world!



( 10 comments — Leave a comment )
Aug. 19th, 2006 07:40 am (UTC)
I think this one is a little unfair to mention clothes in the final 'analysis' and nothing about clothes in the main questions! I'd apparently changed 24%.... I think that's a good thing. *nods*
Aug. 19th, 2006 04:57 pm (UTC)
as far as clothes, I wore jeans and sweatshirts then, and I'm wearing them now ...

It seemed like an unfair test in some ways ... for instance, it leans heavily toward younger people. Older people tend to not move as much, for instance, and to not change their level of education, and so on. It doesn't necessarily mean they're not open to change, but how many people who've obtained a college degree are going to change their level of education later on? I'm just sayin'.
Aug. 19th, 2006 02:24 pm (UTC)
I must say I like your glasses.
Aug. 19th, 2006 05:07 pm (UTC)
Hm. Now that I take a second look at the picture, I actually did look a lot like that when I was 12.

I can't understand why the girls weren't interested in me.
Aug. 20th, 2006 02:45 am (UTC)
I don't know if that's really telling, since I would have been 13, but... still true.

You've Changed 76% in 10 Years

Compared to who you were ten years ago, you've changed a great deal.

In fact, you're probably in a completely different phase of your life - and very happy about it!

Aug. 20th, 2006 08:53 am (UTC)
there's a huge difference between what happens in the decade, say, of your teens, and the decade of your 30's or 40's! Maybe the test should have taken that into consideration; it could explain a lot.
Aug. 22nd, 2006 12:11 am (UTC)
I've changed 48% - but then I've had a lot of upheaval in 10 years, moreso, perhaps than the average 30-40 something. (I didn't get married till I was 35, for example, and I earned an Associates degree when I was 42 but that was just because of our employment/income situation - trying to improve it.)
Aug. 22nd, 2006 07:40 am (UTC)
Sheesh, I was younger than your marriage age when I got divorced!

Good for you, getting that degree so relatively late; a day without learning is a bad thing, but if you can actually get a degree while doing that learning, so much the better. I've had many college level courses, most involving the emergency services, but they don't count toward any kind of official college level degree.
Aug. 22nd, 2006 04:21 pm (UTC)
I tryed telling you, dad, but you didn't listen.
Aug. 23rd, 2006 06:25 am (UTC)
Hah -- you can talk, you're more against change than any teenager I ever met!
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