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What do you think of internet surveys? What results have you got from them? Would you send a TruthAboutMe.com questionnaire to your friends?
-- Tim (email@example.com), March 01, 2001
In general, they fall just below Bryn and Mars Bars on The List Of Things I Love. The Spark, Emode, Quizbox (stupid but fun), they're wonderous! They've told me so much! I am 57% pure, 30% bitch, 34% bastard, 32% slut, not pregnant but likely to have two children and male. And I was a Siberian hamster named Vladimir in my past life. The only worrying thing is, although the sex test does not contain the question, "How long have you been in your current relationship?", the longer I'm in it, the lower my number of future lovers is. (1 right now.)
I don't like the sound of TruthAboutMe at all, though. My ego comes in a box marked "This way up" and "Fragile - do not bend".
-- Zed (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 02, 2001.
I've used TruthAboutMe.com before, its not so mean to be taken as seriously as it is, i mean look at the results it produces, not exactly pyschologically sound.
I'm pretty self-confident, I really couldn't give a damn what people say, and that makes TruthAboutMe an interesting site because it can give me a laugh, whilst at the same time re-inforcing my ego.
-- Sadiq Jaffer (email@example.com), March 05, 2001.
No wonder Sadiq Jaffer is singing the praises of truthaboutme, he owns the site! Anyway, web surveys arent worth the paper they are written on.
-- James Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 29, 2001.