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At college, your classes are unexpectedly cancelled. You
- Join your friends in whatever they are doing.
- Suggest something fun to do that you know everyone will enjoy.
- Head for the nearest watering hole with your buddies.
- Head to the Students' Union office to work on a campaign that is important to you.
- Decide to catch up on your assignments in the library.
One night, your brother comes home drunk and tells you he lost the cell phone he borrowed from you. You
- Tell him not to worry about it. It's no big deal.
- Are a little upset but forgive him, give him a glass of water and send him off to bed.
- Are not sure what to say, so keep silent. You wouldn't want to offend him in any way.
- Good naturedly pull his leg about how careless he can get.
- Are furious with him. He has no sense of responsibilty or maturity, and lacks the right values.
Your significant other has forgotten your anniversary. How do you react?
- You forgot about it too, so it doesn't matter.
- You accept his/her reason for forgetting the date, and don't let them know how hurt you are by his/her behaviour.
- He/She would never do that to you since you have a committed relationship and plan your anniversary celebrations together.
- Break off the relationship. You can't be with someone who doesn't value you.
- Wish s/he had remembered it, but cheer up when s/he promises to make it up to you.
When you're supposed to be working, what do you do?
- Sneak a look at what others around you are up to. If they're slacking off, there's no harm in your joining them.
- Work most of the time, while also chatting online with your boy/girlfriend to decide which Hindi movie you're going to catch after work.
- Anything but work. I'm not exactly known for my professional skills.
- Work. What else?
- Work diligently and ensure that no one else is goofing off either.
You just watched Rang de Basanti and are leaving the movie theatre with your friends. What do you do next?
- Go on a romantic dinner with your boy/girlfriend, someplace nice with just the two of you.
- Head for the nearest chai and samosa stall and analyse the movie to bits.
- Nothing in particular. Maybe we'll take a vote on what everyone wants to do.
- Jump on your bikes and head off for a long drive.
- Rage against the extremist views reflected in the film.
At college/work, someone points out that your kurta has a torn sleeve. You:
- Get a needle and thread and stitch it up neatly.
- Are embarrassed and go home to change.
- Laugh it off and say you're trying to set a new trend.
- Tear off the sleeves completely. Your arms look better bare anyway.
- Ask the person to mind their own business.
Would you want to get married in the near future? (If you're already married, answer as if you weren't.)
- Only if the right person comes along.
- I ain't the marrying kind, dude.
- Only if I find someone whose ideals match my own.
- If my parents find someone suitable for me.
- Yes, I can't wait to settle down with my perfect partner.
Imagine you've fallen madly in love with someone. The problem is, he/she doesn't seem interested. What do you do?
- Keep trying to woo him/her. Sooner or later he/she will give in to your charms.
- Start stalking your love discreetly, unable to get him/her off your mind.
- Cry a little and go into depression for a while, but bounce back eventually.
- Give up looking for love. This was your only chance and you let it get away.
- You are disappointed but decide to move on. There's no point dwelling on a lost cause.
Your friend makes herself a profile on a 'shaadi' website. What is your reaction?
- You are secretly amused but wish her all the best.
- You are disapproving and tell her she should look for a more tried-and-tested way to find her life partner.
- You wish her good luck and consider checking out a similar option yourself.
- This is priceless! You're going to pull her leg about it for a month!
- Wow, what a great idea--you're going to do that too!
What does India Gate symbolize to you?
- It's a testament of pride and honour to those who have given their lives for the country.
- I can't really remember what it's supposed to stand for.
- Symbolize? It's just a cool place to hang out and eat ice cream.
- I get a lump of nationalistic pride in my throat when I think about/look at it.
- It's a significant monument in historical as well as cultural terms.
Your mom makes biryani especially for you and your friends on a Sunday. You
- Thank her, wrap up the food and take it out on a picnic with your friends.
- Give her a hug and thank her for being so thoughtful, and buy her a box of jalebis the next day.
- Are a little embarrassed that your mother is drawing so much attention to herself in front of your friends.
- Spend a nice day with your family and friends, enjoying your mom's biryani and talking.
- Rave about your mother's kindness and generosity to your friends.
Your sister buys herself a new salwar kameez that looks terrible on her. You
- Tactfully suggest that she may want to try a different style.
- Insist on taking her back to the shop to get her something different.
- Tell her outright to go and get it exchanged.
- Cannot bring yourself to tell her.
- Tell her she looks nice, but that her boyfriend probably wouldn't like it much.