Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Me no dummy


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Yes, you read it correctly! I'm Totally Smart. I very sadly scored only in the mid-70s on the Nerd Test. I must say that that test was horribly skewed toward computer-type nerds and not science-type nerds. But then again, I always considered myself more of a geek than a nerd. The math majors were nerds. I wanted to display my PERFECT score on the chemistry test, but they didn't have an html code at the end of that test. (I know all the answers! I didn't have to look anything up!)

On the Knitting Front:
Thank you all so much for your encouragement on my sweater. You all asked so many questions! Don't you want this to be a surprise? No? Well, sometime soon I'll give you a peek into my wannabe designer's thought process. I will answer one question now: I will post the pattern eventually, but probably in one size only.

Lady Eleanor Stole is progressing. I'm nearing the end of the 8th ball. I think it will need 10 or 11 balls before it's done. But I'm bored out of my skull.

7 comments:

Laura said...

After your comment about my using Karaoke for a Clapotis, I decided I would use something else. (Do not want the little floats to felt together! Yuck!) So I thought I might do a scarf sized version of Lady Eleanor. But perhaps I don't have enough yarn, or patience. :)

amylovie said...

I don't want to take the stupid score test. I'm afraid to know the my score!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Amy

helen said...

one size only, eh?
(too small for the rest of us ;) )

Jennifer said...

Have a good Thanksgiving!

helen said...

ha. i got 93% on the chemistry. not bad for an English major who hasn't had chem class in three years. nyah.

Cordelia said...

Hey!

Math majors aren't nerds!

I "failed" the nerd test too; absolutely skewed towards the CS/gadget types.

Are you really bored by L.E.? That's too bad. I was looking forward to seeing it.

Rachel said...

Hey, I scored a "2" as well! I should take this as a sign that we have some sort of cosmic connection that I shouldn't risk breaking by giving in and knitting socks. Something to consider....