From a 1953 edition of The Girl Friend comes a test for women who need to choose between pursuing a “career” (which probably meant being a secretary) and “love” (meaning a boring life as a housewife).
Interesting that you couldn’t have both. Unless you were a man, of course.
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Love equals cooking. ;D
Yikes, I wonder who made up those innuendo loaded questions!
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How times have changed!
YES to 7!!! :-)
Haha. Me too. ;-)
Interestingly such quizzes always are yes/no binaries. No “”maybe” or “none of the above”.
That’s why I have never completed the Jung/Briggs Myers test because I often want to explain “well, that depends…” for which the test doesn’t leave any room.