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Test: The Kiss Ass Test

CooCooCachoo
01-28-2005, 03:01 PM
http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/kiss_ass.html

:tape:

Are you an ass-kisser? :angel:

CooCooCachoo
01-28-2005, 03:02 PM
My score: 15

Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

Denaon
01-28-2005, 03:12 PM
40

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

I don't agree!!!
I've never kissed an ass....
:o or maybe, did I? :angel:

joeb_uk
01-28-2005, 03:13 PM
Results of "The Test"
How much of a kiss ass are you?

Your score = 0

Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

no ass kissing here, or anything related to ass :)

CooCooCachoo
01-28-2005, 03:25 PM
You are too much of a saint, Joe :p It's not really credible :tape:

joeb_uk
01-28-2005, 03:31 PM
I think getting a high score means your a saint ;) but i dont know what the low score means :yeah:

Canuck_Chick
01-28-2005, 05:53 PM
Your score = 40

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

Eruwen
01-28-2005, 08:06 PM
Your score = 30

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

I agree that there's a difference between ass kissing and just being nice/polite...

thelma
01-28-2005, 08:13 PM
Your score = 30

What does your score mean?

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

:p

Suzi
01-28-2005, 08:13 PM
Your score = 20

Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

Ultraman
01-28-2005, 08:25 PM
I pretended that all of the questions had to do with "WOMEN" ;)
and here's what I got:

Your score = 95

What does your score mean?
Pucker up baby! You have definitely mastered the art of kissing butt, and are able to use it in a wide variety of situations. This may be a habit you formed young - were you the teacher's pet by any chance? If not, you may have discovered over the years that buttering people up can get you what you want - that job promotion, someone's acceptance, or the best service. Sucking up can be harmless (and maybe even polite…like laughing at people's bad jokes) and is sometimes a valuable people skill - when not overdone. Go too far, however, and you'll likely end up being revealed as a phony. How do you know when you've crossed that line? When it feels (and probably looks) forced. If you want to show your appreciation or simply don't want to be rude, suck up by all means. Just don't make it too obvious!


:kiss:

Fedex
01-29-2005, 02:01 AM
Your score = 30

What does your score mean?

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

Fedex
01-29-2005, 02:01 AM
I bet Jay Leno would score very high on this test. :lol:

LiZpHaIr
01-30-2005, 07:10 AM
Results of "The Test"
How much of a kiss ass are you?

Your score = 45






What does your score mean?
From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

There's obviously a fine line between ass kissing and being polite, which isn't apparent on this quiz.

*karen*
02-02-2005, 01:47 PM
From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

sigmagirl91
02-02-2005, 02:02 PM
My score=20

Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

Nikki♥
02-02-2005, 02:07 PM
Your score = 45






What does your score mean?
From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

SuperFurryAnimal
02-02-2005, 02:07 PM
Your score = 20

Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

I got the same score as Suzi!

Experimentee
02-02-2005, 02:41 PM
I got 35 :)

DutchJames
02-02-2005, 09:46 PM
Score=60

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!


I expected worse, but there are things I absolutely wouldn't do.

Corinna
02-05-2005, 07:56 PM
Results of "The Test"
How much of a kiss ass are you?

Your score = 50
Your score



What does your score mean?

From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

zoltan83
02-05-2005, 08:01 PM
Your score = 50






What does your score mean?
From time to time, you butter other people up. You may not even think of it as kissing butt, but more as being polite - when, for example, you laugh at other people's bad jokes. Or perhaps there are simply certain things you want so badly in life (a promotion or the acceptance of your spouse's family) that you will put in that extra effort to get on someone's good side. Truth be told, sucking up is not always a bad thing, but can be a valuable way to build the right connections. You seem to maintain the precarious balance between outright kissing butt and subtly getting on people's good side. It's a real art!

Vass
02-06-2005, 04:49 PM
35.

drf716
02-09-2005, 05:26 AM
Even in the most tempting of situations (like getting a promotion), you hold back the urge to suck up. You'd rather get respect, admiration and the other good things in life on your own merit, not because you butter people up. Either that or it simply doesn't occur to you to kiss butt! While it's certainly admirable that you don't kiss butt on a regular basis, keep in mind that a little subtle effort to get on people's good side can go a long way. You don't have to feel ashamed if you do it occasionally; it's actually an accepted part of successful socializing and career advancement. Just do things that feel genuine and you shouldn't be compromising your integrity.

HybridTheory
02-09-2005, 01:34 PM
Your score = 30.