Wednesday, May 09, 2007

The thusness of it

I'd trust this quiz more if they'd spelled 'Buddha' correctly, but being him is kewl all the same.

Via Tigtog.

Which God or Goddess are you like?
Your Result: Budha
 

You are Budha. You are a very peaceful person, you love all who love you. You are a cheerful personality, and you have a great sense of humor. Congratulations!! You are Budha!!

Jesus
 
The Christian God
 
Goddess Bast
 
God Zeus
 
Goddess Sekhemet
 
You are your own God or Goddess
 
Satan
 
Which God or Goddess are you like?
Make Your Own Quiz

10 comments:

Zoe said...

I am more Zeusical, but also more Satanic than you.

And yeah I'm Buddha too. (Did you also answer the "glass half full" question by deducting options for poor punctuation?)

Pavlov's Cat said...

No, I tried to rise above my compulsive punctuation fretting. Besides, to me the glass is always overflowing and making a god-awful mess, for which I don't recall there being an option.

But it did occur to me that if I'd been in a different mood I would have answered almost all the questions differently (and more Satanically). Maybe I was Buddha just for the afternoon.

genevieve said...

God am I for the time. Well, I would have liked to be, but I got someone called Sekhemet first up (I hope they spelt that right because I wouldn't know) and went straight back to manipulate the results in order to make my own idol.
Teh spelling is atrocious.

Stephanie Trigg said...

Zeus! Bring me my thunderbolt immediately!

BK said...

Pav, you are me and I claim my Trinity.

Ampersand Duck said...

I is making like teh Budha. But, as you sed, only in this moment...

Pavlov's Cat said...

Ampersax Dux!! you iz be making liek teh torking kittiez of fluffynes wen U R rilly duk LOL!??

Anthony said...

I haven't done the test yet, but thank God - no, that can't be right - that they're not treating all deities etc the same: you know, that awful 'all religions are just different expressions of the same impulse' schtick, or all religions are different ways of approaching the same eternal truth

A slightly bizarre Catholic priest called Matthew Fox put it quite nicely when he said Jesus only lived to be 33 before being arrested and killed by the state for troublemaking, whereas Buddha sat under a tree to a relatively ripe old age and got enlightenment. Of course their insights into 'eternal truths' are not going to be the same: they are going to be radically different. And as for Zeus...

And as for the 'is the glass half full or half empty' question, I suppose I'm the kind of guy that would politely point out that we seem to be confronted with a glass twice as large as our current requirements...

BK said...

"I suppose I'm the kind of guy that would politely point out that we seem to be confronted with a glass twice as large as our current requirements..."

I am more likely to say,

"Hey, I ordered a pint!" but it wasn't an option.

Bah.

Miss Tickle said...

I am my own goddess, or possibly, Sekhemet or Satan... if I wasn't an atheist, of course. Ha!