Saturday, September 6

Was there any doubt?

33

As a 1930s wife, I am
Poor

Take the test!



Okay, Lawanda, this was fun. There is a short quiz and it asks you to rate how well you fit specific descriptions, such as:

"Seams in hose often crooked."

I actually marked this as a yes. Not that my hose have seams in them. Nor that I wear hose. But if I did, I know they'd be crooked.

"Reacts with pleasure and delight to marital congress."

This actually took me a moment to interpret. Too many politics on t.v. for me to immediatley recognize that "congress" might refer to something a little less crowded than the senate.

Go check out your 1930's Marital Scale and tell me how much better you are than me.

8 comments:

Natasha said...

39

As a 1930s wife, I am
Poor

...but I knew that, lol.

Jennie C. said...

I'm not going to tell you. I don't want you to feel bad. :-)

Baby Tunnel Exodus said...

Ooh, fun! How did your husband do on his test? Mine took it and got a 76, but when I took it for him he got 132. He scored me higher on the wife test than I scored myself too!

Nicole said...

I scored "average" although that surprised me. I thought I'd do poorer than that. My husband scored better on his side of the test.

Christy said...

i got an average score.

That was hilarious...

putting cold feet on husband at night?

yep.

Lawanda said...

LOL! I would prolly have got a worse score if I had answered the seams/pantyhose question like you did (honestly I would most like have ripped pantyhose if I wore them often or EVER)!! teeheeheee

I think you make a GREAT new-millennium housewife ;) Can I say that? Is that politically correct?! *tap tap* Is this thing on? :-p

Lillian said...

How fun!! I passed with flying colors!! Thanks for the link!

Jenni said...

I got a 79, very superior! And that was in spite of my vulgar or risque stories and foul language!

I marked no to the seams in hose because I don't wear hose. If I'd have looked at it the way you did, I'd have had to mark yes. I did wear pantyhose with seams once to go with a 1940s Women's Army Corps uniform. I hope my seams were straight. I sure tried anyway.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...