I Am Brilliant, You Are Not

“what do you learn on whazzmaster.com NOTHING. i think there is a lesson to be learned here moneypenny. teach the children.” — Cal

Watch and learn, Cal. I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve. Here’s a test to see how awesome your English skrills really are. I will pwn you.

English Genius
You scored 93% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 93% Advanced, and 77% Expert!
You did so extremely well, even I can’t find a word to describe your excellence! You have the uncommon intelligence necessary to understand things that most people don’t. You have an extensive vocabulary, and you’re not afraid to use it properly! Way to go!

Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!

For the complete Answer Key, visit my blog: http://shortredhead78.blogspot.com/.

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
You scored higher than 35% on Beginner
You scored higher than 73% on Intermediate
You scored higher than 48% on Advanced
You scored higher than 72% on Expert
Link: The Commonly Confused Words Test written by shortredhead78 on Ok Cupid

32 thoughts on “I Am Brilliant, You Are Not

  1. In addition to being a fucking grammar genius, I just at a two year old Stacker2 I found at the bottom of my desk drawer at work. Let the good times roll.

  2. agreed: let the good times roll. you beat me, I got: “Advanced” 93% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 87% Advanced, and 72% Expert. what’s up with that?I’m going to go back and see what I got wrong. that way I’ll learn. thank you whazzmaster.com!

  3. They shoulda given me my Computer Science diploma PLUS your English degree… and a Long Drive award I guess. I am unstoppable in all forms of athletic and mental competition. Now who wants to challenge me to a spelling contest?

  4. read tom jones. then I’ll make you an honorary english degree and roll it up and tie it in a bow and we’ll have a ceremony. until then you get nothing. nothing!

  5. How about if I finish the Roald Dahl book and write a 1-2 page summary. Or I could do an oral report on Maus with a chart I made in PrintShop on my Apple \\e.

  6. A compromise. Write a novelization comprising all six seasons of “The Greatest American Hero”. Your novel must be titled: Lady Divorce Attorney or Your Pink Lip Gloss. Themes: Flying Saucer as Red Scare/Gruff FED Agent as foil for Hope of Future Embodied by Flying Superhero/dipshit. Believe it or not, this looks like a porno.

  7. I’ll take that challenge. I'[m just wondering how I’ll work in the soft fantasy bigotry of TV’s San Francisco into the mix. I’ll find a way.

  8. Wow. Ro’s website makes you look like an amateur, Zach. I’m sorry to say it. Actually, I’m not sorry – she’s got music. And cultural information. I will, however, remain a loyal whazzer, even if no one whazzes anymore ever.

  9. Uncle Big Show scored 100% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 93% Advanced, and 83% Expert!

    CAL – I hate Tom Jones. The final for that class sucked. The only one that was worse was Shakespeare with that miserable prick of a professor Andrew Weiner.

  10. Pfffffffffffft. Fine, everyone go post at Ro’s website. I’ll stay here and battle rap myself to sleep. And when you are unaware what I think is dumb next week, don’t come cryin to me, sister.

  11. I have my own website and I still think Whazzmaster is the coolest. So pfffffffttttzzz to all you haters. Whazzmaster rules and comes first. I mean, who taught me ALL about PHP?
    Ya boy Z-Money-Maker…

    Holla!!

  12. yo big show! it’s not about liking those dumb books it’s about being forced to slog through them! and let me tell you, about a third of the way through TJ or “Clarissa” and the slogging is slow going. still, not a bad gig compared to cubicles and staff meetings… maybe mike wirkus aka peter pan knows what he’s doing… they don’t call him wirksu the wise for nothing!

  13. I couldn’t even stand the movie version of TJ. I prefer slogging through 19th century british literature – I am currently rereading Middlemarch by George Eliot while trying to finish People’s History of the United States.

  14. ha! the movie version stars albert finney when he was young and beautiful and contains lots of fast forwarded people running around a la benny hill. bizarre. who are you ubs? scubby? i got about one page into peoples history and i fell asleep i have the attention span of eroz on shocker”2″ or whatver that stuff is called.

  15. university book store?YO! Benny Hill’s fast-forwarded people are the funniest framing device ever. And the music will forever be associated with either old men leering at nubile women or old men mistakenly caught in situations where it appears that they are leering at nubile women. Either way, fun ensues.

  16. Oh, if only Scubby would post something here. *sigh* But he always complains that he don’t know how to use no interweb. What is that place called again? Whazzing.org or something?

  17. Yeah, People’s History is slow going…I think I am going to just skip to the continental congress and move on from there

  18. mpenny you should rent tom jones, you will like it. lots of sex and fast forwarded people. paul i have a copy of middlemarch, should i read it?

  19. If you like bay windows and symbolism, then by all means read away. But it will entail some slogging

  20. the music will forever be associated with either old men leering at nubile women or old men mistakenly caught in situations where it appears that they are leering at nubile women.

    ha i didn’t catch that at first, it’s true! poor old guys sometimes get slapped for being in the wrong place at the wrong time…

  21. the music will forever be associated with either old men leering at nubile women or old men mistakenly caught in situations where it appears that they are leering at nubile women.Oops, forgot that it will also be associated with Fernando Viña’s “at-bat” music during the 96 or 97 baseball season.

  22. Mother of hell: This guy just goes to town on all the right-wing pundits. He basically calls Laura Ingraham a dog for 2 pages, then moves on to other topics. Funny, funny shit.

  23. Ack! Where did I go wrong?!

    You scored higher than 68% on Beginner
    You scored higher than 73% on Intermediate
    You scored higher than 8% on Advanced
    You scored higher than 52% on Expert

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