That was the result of one of those weird online tests that one can take. My middle son sent the link to me, so I thought I would give it a try.
You are shown 35 food choices, one at a time, and you are asked whether you would like to eat that food choice or not, on a scale of strongly agree to strongly disagree. The results are supposed to suggest what social class your food choices most closely align with.
With nearly every option being non-vegan friendly, I selected strongly disagree for virtually every food choice. I think I selected “strongly agree” for a baked potato and “agree” for potato chips, and everything else was “strongly disagree”.
I guess the test is not geared towards the less than one percent of the world’s population that is vegan.
As for my son who sent me the test, he identified as upper and upper-middle class.
If you’ve got nothing to do for five minutes and want to see how your food choices might define what class you are associated with, here is the link. The test takes less than five minutes.
The website also has dozens of other free personality tests, many of which are based on peer-reviewed scientific research, and all of which are crafted by experts in psychometrics. Examples of these tests include:
- measuring your cat’s personality
- is your cat a psychopath
- are you difficult to get along with
- are you a psychopath
- what is your level of toxic positivity
I didn’t see a test that measures whether you are the type of person more likely to take such tests…
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