1. When I eat an orange, I
a) plan ahead for getting my hands clean after.
b) give no thought to the future.
c) swell up and itch.
2. When I see a bit of rope on the ground, I
a) check twice to make sure it’s not a snake, then check a third time, to make extra sure, pulse racing.
b) pocket it for later.
c) walk right by.
3. When I’m walking and I see a car the same make model color as mine, I
a) watch carefully, just for a second, to see if that’s me driving.
b) don’t do that.
c) remember ex-girlfriends, wonder about my life.
4. When the clerk is waiting right there and people are behind me looking up at the bright shiny menu and I can feel their impatience on my back like steam from the dishwasher, I
a) order something fast, something I don’t really want.
b) take my time.
c) don’t buy food in public.
5. Do you ever walk into a room and know exactly what you went in there for?
a) depends who wants to know
b) once when I was seven, I came inside for a band-aid
Score 3 points for each (a), 2 for each (b), and 1 for each (c). Also 1 point for each time you wished for (d) none of the above. Score 5 points if you missed your mom, 3 if you remembered an old friend. Add up the points. If your score is a whole number, you are unique in the wide world: shiny and good.