Whilst some of the phrases in this quiz do contain some wisdom, nearly all of them are clichés. A good writer will almost never use them.
I have lots of examples of how it sux where I am, but the worst was being 7 months pregnant, stuck on the office elevator, and having the emergency call go to a hag who wouldn't help because her firm sold the property.
It's not all that horrible, but I don't belong here.
Happily, after years of working customer service for the Midwest, I finally got to visit friends in some of the ignorantly labeled fly-over states.
Lost and found a cat by the Mississippi (he was truck-sick), could borrow a ladder to get into an apartment I locked myself out of, experienced the wonder of a fridge filled with beer and cheese, avoided lutefisk.
Regretting that last one now.
"When you take the UNCF model that, what a waste it is to lose one's mind, or not to have a mind is being very wasteful, how true that is."
Anyway that was Quayle, not Bush. I think it was also the title to a book of Quayle quotations we once had. "What a Waste it is to Lose One's Mind"
(like I tried a penny wellspend)
The quiz is wrong.
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