Games, games, games... five on games

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1. What’s the last card game you played, and with whom did you play?

2. What’s the last board game you played, and with whom did you play?

3. What’s the last computer game you played, and with whom did you play?

4. Take the quiz: Which chess piece are you? http://www.helloquizzy.com/tests/which-chess-piece-are-you-test

5. Of the games you listed in the first three answers, did you win any of the matches?



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Sun, 07-27-2008 - 1:10pm

1. What’s the last card game you played, and with whom did you play? === had to be UNO with our local niece

2. What’s the last board game you played, and with whom did you play? === does watching my DH play monopoly with our little neighbor count? If not, then it would have to be Trivial Pursuit MANY years ago with some god friends

3. What’s the last computer game you played, and with whom did you play? === Mahjong Safari by myself!

4. Take the quiz: Which chess piece are you?

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The Rook's Hawk
Congrats! Only 12-16% of the population score this!

The Rook’s Hawk is like a judge. They have a great sense of right and wrong especially in their area of interest or responsibility. They are devoted to duty. They are punctual. People who set their clocks on others are typically measuring their time with the Hawk. It is common to perceive that the Hawk is cold or aloof. They frequently protect their emotions via practicality.

They work systematically to get the job done. When a new procedure is proven, they can be depended upon to carry it out. The Rook’s Hawk is deeply frustrated by the inconsistencies of others, especially when it comes to commitments. They will keep their feelings to themselves – but when asked expect truth over tact. They are quite able to make the tough call and carry it out. You will find the Rook’s Hawk at home in government, schools, military or any other organization which maintains strict hierarchy. They are the traditionalist and are perfect for balancing out the idealists of other types.

The Rook’s Hawk thrives on organization. They keep their lives and environments well-regulated. They bring painstaking attention to detail in their work and will not rest until satisfied with a job well done. They are obviously hard workers. They will sort through ideas and find the most practical ones, again revealing how common sense prevails in this type. This ‘Pawn’ is the cornerstone of an ethical working society. They are centered on dealing with the present and most practical affair. They observe life and promote consistency in society. They value loyalty and others are best to acquaint themselves with this type if they wish to gain a fruitful insight to what makes the world tick.

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5. Of the games you listed in the first three answers, did you win any of the matches? === eventually! LOL



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Sun, 07-27-2008 - 2:45pm
1. What’s the last card game you played, and with whom did you play?
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Sun, 07-27-2008 - 4:37pm
WOW! Only 5 - 7% of the population! You are a rarity! But it sounds like you have all the features of both a good parent *and* a good cl!



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Sun, 07-27-2008 - 5:01pm
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Sun, 07-27-2008 - 9:15pm
I KNEW it! Parents and Cls are Queen's Confidants! Yay, Becky!



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"...the desire to serve others in times of need. "

SO TRUE!



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Just what is NERTZ an ImaginIFF? Those are games I've never heard of!



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Mon, 07-28-2008 - 4:17pm

Nertz is a card game similar to solitair, but you play with a partner and there need to be at least 2 teams.

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