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Superfast intelligence test


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frantique

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Two very quick little tests!
Weird Quick Tests
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my score ........Great........Welcome Back Frantique
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hmmm, carrots, thats me
I missed one on the #2 test, had to readit backwards to actually get them all.

Good one.
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Thanks Cheyenne 09 had a holiday for a couple of weeks before starting studying full time by distance ed (five years to go!) which I'm now doing as well as running my business part time and two teenagers (though they probably run me - well, they think they do!). So time's a little scarce until I get used to this study stuff. I've missed checking in here!
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i thought of a carrot, =/
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Well I must be wierd because I thought of a potatoe, and the other test I had done before so I got all six this time, however I am sure that the first time that I did it I didnt get them all.
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I don't even like carrots - I wonder why I thought of them. I am a genius, however! :whistling:
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Well i think it goes like this,

Now repeat saying the number 6 to yourself as fast as you can for 15 seconds.

First - you repeat the number "six" as fast as you can, repeating of it makes the "C" letter dominant and your brain records it ( it is not written but your brain is hearing that letter when you are repeating "six")
Next - you move to the part when you must quick think on a vegetable, so you brain looks for the easier solution and the first association, you already have the letter "C" the next letter is "a" because your brain will look firstly at "a" letter instead of other letters and so on... It couldn't be cauliflower or other word because its more difficult for the brain to say it, and it looks for the easier choices, which in this case is carrot.

Or,
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So why did I think of brussel sprouts?
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Ha, ha, ha! Brussells Sprouts!!!!!! :whistling: I thought of eggplant and thought that was a bit weird.
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I must admit that i was thinking ...Don't think on carrot, don't think on carrot! But just because i read harrythook's post before, so i knew that carrots will be involved in something... :whistling:

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i thought apple but then realized they wanted vegtible but by then was to late...wow i must be very slow to confuse fruits with veggis.
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