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Like thinking quiz

Like thinking quiz

Step into the intriguing world of the Like Thinking quiz, where you'll discover the fascinating ways our minds align on seemingly random choices. From number selections to associative thinking, this quiz uncovers the common threads in our thought processes. It's a playful exploration of how our brains work in sync, revealing surprising patterns and shared tendencies in our everyday thinking. Prepare to be amused and enlightened as you find out how your responses compare with widespread cognitive patterns.

1. Pick a number between 12 and 5


2. Repeat saying the number 6 to yourself as fast as you can for 10 seconds

Quick! think of a vegetable!


3.

  1. Think of a country that starts with 'D'
  2. Think of an animal that starts with the last letter of the country
  3. Think of a fruit that starts with the last letter of the animal

4. Think of a color and a tool


5.

  1. Take 1000
  2. And add 40 to it
  3. Now add another 1000
  4. Now add another 30
  5. Another 1000
  6. Now add 20
  7. Now add another 1000
  8. Now add 10

What is the total?



6. How many F's does the following passage contain?

FROSTeD FLAKeS ARe THe Re-SULT OF YeARS OF SCIeNTIF-IC STUDY COMBINeD WITHYeARS OF TASTe TeSTING.


7. Take a look at the following words and letters and see if you can spot the mistake.


8. What does the following expression say?


9. What does the following paragraph say?


10. What does the following paragraph say?

Response evaluation

Dominant responses emerge for each question: for the number choice between 12 and 5, a remarkable 76% opt for '7', followed by '6' and '8' as the second and third choices, respectively. When asked to think of a vegetable, 'carrot' is the top pick for 75%, with 'potato' and 'tomato' as the next favorites. In the country-animal-fruit sequence, 'Denmark, kangaroo, orange' is the leading combination for 70%, while 'Denmark, kangaroo, apple' and 'Dominican Republic, kangaroo, orange' are alternative popular choices. For the color and tool question, 'red hammer' is preferred by 78%, with 'blue screwdriver' and 'green wrench' as other common selections. In counting 'F's in a passage, 82% miss the exact count, often finding four or five 'F's instead, showcasing a trend in perception and attention to detail.

Reflections and insights

The Like Thinking quiz intriguingly showcases how certain answers resonate with the majority, revealing common cognitive patterns. From numerical choices to associative thinking, it's fascinating to see how frequently our minds align. This quiz not only entertains but also enlightens us about the subconscious threads that connect our thought processes, highlighting the shared aspects of human cognition.


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Regular
bobsays...

10

carrot

Denmark kangaroo orange

blue hammer

4100

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evesays...

also got blue hammer.

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Dnalrednowsays...

3

Carrot

Denmark Koala avocado

Black mallet

5000

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elsiesays...

this was very accurate

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oscsays...

1) 7

2) Carrot

3) denamark,kangaroo,orange

4) red hammer

5) 5000

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Reagzsays...

i was fine from questions 1-5, and the rest got me

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