Monday, September 10, 2007

equal time for the other six

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Vaguely apropos of that last post about anger and the Inferno-meter from the week before last, wouldn't it be nice to know which of the seven deadly sins* is most likely to lead to your downfall? This quiz or this other quiz will give you the answer you seek and allow you to mend your ways before it's too late.

My own particular failing? Here's a hint: it's not a coincidence that my eyes are green.



*Ira (anger), Luxuria (lust), Gula (gluttony), Avaritia (greed), Acedia (sloth), Invidia (envy), and Superbia (pride).

18 comments:

DD said...

I'm not surprised, either: Acedia.

Now where's my pillow and blanket?

Magpie said...

Sloth. No surprise.

Carlynn said...

What a beautiful photo, I love it.

I think my personal failing might be sloth, so the bedrest is actually going fine. And it's not really bedrest, more like apartment rest.

Julia said...

Acedia, as predicted. Am I now supposed to feel bad about it? Or to do something? Ba....

LawMommy said...

Hmm...one test says lust, the other test says sloth. I'm going with lust - it just sounds like a sexier downfall.

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Elizabeth said...

Envy...and pride

Angela said...

The first test said sloth, the second one pride

Lori said...

Uh oh- gluttony for me. But it was only medium, and I was low on everything else. Yep, me and Mary Poppins, practically perfect in every way! (Kidding of course!)

Although, the test didn't really tap into the things that would get to me (that might have revealed my angry side).

painted maypole said...

pride, then envy, apparently

delphi said...

Sloth.

LAS said...

Greed. Now why isn't that surprising me at the moment?

Monica said...

Sloth.

meg said...

Pride

blooming desertpea said...

One more for sloth ... :(

Carole said...

Lust will be my downfall. Oh well...might as well have fun on the way out. lol
~Carole

Christine said...

sloth.

missing_one said...

No surprise there
Lust. haha

kate said...

Greed, apparently. I find that surprising, because the real answer is sloth. Somewhere i must have checked the wrong box...