Which Social Network Are You?

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Which Social Network Are You? - Quiz

All your friends are on at least one, and it's currently the in thing to have more than just one. But with all the social networking sites available on the internet nowadays, it's just so freakin' hard to choose one. Try this quiz on for size and see what your personality says about which site should get your profile on it.


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Your face should be on Facebook

You like your relationships relatively straightforward and simple. Most of your friends are either from your school or your area, so a friendship with them was fairly easy to build. Random friends from out of the blue aren't your cup of tea, and you'd prefer to know somebody first before deciding to be their friend.Actual connections and communication with friends are very important to you, and you don't usually let other things get in the way. Whether it's through IM, text, email or Poke, you like keeping close tabs on your friends and what they're up to. Heck, you even want to find out whether your friend is in a photograph with another person. It can get scary but, hey, that's friendship for you.Poking, real-time status messages and in-photo person ID -- it's all just a part of being a friend of yours.

MySpace should be your space too

Conditions are an inherent part of relationships for you, and your friendships are rarely very simple. That's why, when you're trying to reach out to a friend of yours, you're usually very indirect and roundabout. The message, however, still gets through eventually.You tend to make friends based on common interests and hobbies, which is why you only get in touch when there's something to pique both your attentions. Conventions, gigs, exhibits -- there always has to be a special event to bring the two of you back together. Unless something interesting happens, you have a tendency to get bored with checking up on your friends.Statements are a big thing for you; what your friends see on or about you are tantamount to your saying it about yourself. That's why you'll like the idea of leaving music, videos and lots of photos to help clue everybody in on the 'real' you.

Join your friends on Friendster

Relationships can go either way for you; they could be direct and straightforward, or they could be complicated and roundabout. That's because you tend to make friends at random -- even with people you don't know -- just because you felt like it. You're probably one of those people who are fine with the idea of inviting that second degree friend-of-a-friend to be your own friend.You believe that you have your own life to live, and so do your friends. That's why you don't like checking in on them very often, only getting in touch every now and then to leave a friendly message. They might not come very often, but each and every one of your testimonials tends to be sincere -- a reminder for your friend that he/she hasn't been forgotten.
Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    With whom do you usually make friends?
    • A. 

      Only with people from your school, workplace or neighborhood. Otherwise, things get real creepy real quick.

    • B. 

      You find other people who have the same interests and passions as you. There's an instant spark and you're rarely out of conversation topics.

    • C. 

      Anyone and everyone! There's a wide world out there with six billion more people to befriend.

  • 2. 
    It sounds sappy at first, but you've got to show your friends that you're, well, friends. The style varies from person to person, though. How would you describe your style of 'showing' friendship (and reminding your friends that you still exist)?
    • A. 

      Inviting your friend over for a gig or an event. At least you're sure there'll be something for you to do.

    • B. 

      Sending your friend a text or an IM. You're hoping that it turns into a conversation soon.

    • C. 

      Leaving a long email or comment for your friend to read. It doesn't really matter whether or not he/she replies.

  • 3. 
    Most people know that it's only boyfriends and girlfriends who need lots of frequent communication. Nowadays, though, people feel that communicating on a regular basis doesn't hurt friendships. How often do you send your friends a text or buzz them on IM?
    • A. 

      Whenever you've found something cool or interesting for the two of you to do. The more, the merrier!

    • B. 

      Every now and then, when you feel like it.

    • C. 

      Almost every day, or whenever you're curious about what your friend's doing. His/her girlfriend/boyfriend would be jealous.

  • 4. 
    For some people, socializing is air and water; they'll die unless they do it 24/7. Others will prefer a healthy amount of alone time, especially at home. Are you constantly connected to your contacts, or do you frequently disconnect yourself to get some quiet time?
    • A. 

      That's just stupid. You go online, poke some friends and text some more as soon as you get home.

    • B. 

      You rarely contact your friends. Scratch that -- you barely get in touch with them at all unless it's absolutely necessary

    • C. 

      If you'd like to invite them to go somewhere or do something, you text away. Otherwise, it'd just be a waste of time.

  • 5. 
    It's inevitable that your friends will eventually introduce you to some of their friends in turn. Heck, that's how those social networks worked out in the first place. If you're going out to meet a friend-of-a-friend in person, would you take the time and effort to prepare?
    • A. 

      Not really. If you're interested in meeting up with the person again, that's the only time you take the trouble to buy yourself a new outfit.

    • B. 

      Yeah! This new guy/girl might just turn out to be your new best friend.

    • C. 

      You'd at least make yourself presentable. It'd be embarrassing for your friend if you showed up looking like a complete hobo.

  • 6. 
    If you had all the money that you could need for it, what kind of car would you buy?
    • A. 

      A regular sedan. It gets the job done, after all.

    • B. 

      Something branded like a sports car. It's got to be a statement too, you know.

    • C. 

      Something on the high end. You want to be a little showy but don't want to be too conspicuous. Conspicuous people get mugged.

  • 7. 
    What kind of boyfriend/girlfriend do you prefer?
    • A. 

      Someone that does a lot of PDA. You're in love, so why not show it to the world?

    • B. 

      Someone flexible. It'd be boring if you guys did the same thing every single time.

    • C. 

      Someone who's involved. He/She is the type who's always at your house, knows your family by name and is aware of your every move.

  • 8. 
    When the time comes, what kind of house would you want to buy for yourself?
    • A. 

      Something with a simple interior and a grandiose facade. You've got to keep up with the neighbors, even if you won't admit to it.

    • B. 

      A simple house with a lot of straight lines and geometry. It's a pain to clean if it's too ornate.

    • C. 

      Something that's kooky and unique outside and in. Your house has to have personality.

  • 9. 
    How would you decorate your own bedroom?
    • A. 

      You'll keep it simple inside to make it easy to tidy up. You'll just totally personalize the door to make it look cool.

    • B. 

      Everything will be simple, but there'll be lots of photographs around. You'll probably have more picture frames than bed space.

    • C. 

      You'd completely deck it out to a theme. It looks silly to decorate just a small part of it, so you might as well go all the way.

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