1. They’re putting you under anesthesia for major surgery. Your last thought before losing consciousness is “When I wake up…”
A. “…I’ll feel like I got hit by a truck.”
B. “…I’ll be all better.”
2. You’ve won the lottery! You immediately:
A. Hire a tax lawyer, get an unlisted phone number, and deadbolt all your doors.
B. Tell co-workers, relatives, etc. the good news, knowing they’ll be genuinely and unselfishly happy for you.
3. The first day at your new job, you discover that the hottie you hit on during lunch is the boss’s spouse. You think:
A. “I’m dead meat.”
B. “This will make a great story down at the unemployment benefits office.”
If you chose mostly A’s, you’re a realist.
If you chose mostly B’s, you’re a nitwit.
If you skipped directly to this scoring table because quizzes never work for you anyway, you’re a pessimist.
If you thought this story would have a funny ending, you’re an incurable optimist.
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