The Red Planet. Isolated. Desolate. Extreme cold. And, at least for now, no Starbucks. Could you handle the challenges and the loneliness when help is millions of miles away? Take the quiz and find out!
Would you sign up to go to Mars? Wait! Before you answer, think about it for a second. Would you REALLY sign up to go to Mars?
Upon further reflection, #$%@ no!
In a heartbeat!
Yes, but I’d have to put it to a family vote
Only if NASA erased my student loan debt
Hey, there’s water on Mars, but it’s salty and a whole lotta nasty! How would you make it work for you?
I’d boil out the salt and condense the steam into clean water, duh!
I’d rub it on my face. Even on Mars a glowing complexion matters!
I’d use it to recharge the ship’s batteries. It's really not as hard as it sounds.
I’d use it to cool the ship’s generators
How attached are you to always being connected (your phone, social media, and the interwebs)?
It's important to me, but my phone isn't attached to my ear or anything
I’d rather swallow a panda than Tweet!
It's more of a love-hate thing
I'm incapable of unfriending my connectivity
Green thumb or black thumb?
Green; I can grow tiny squash in a gnome’s hat if I have to
Black; I can’t even grow mold in my toilet
If things went suddenly and catastrophically wrong on Mars – as they often do on empty, inhospitable planets – how would you deal with the situation?
I would weep openly and hope my tears grow answers
I'd contact Mission Control for help and then formulate a well-thought-out plan
No time for overthinking, this requires immediate action
Let's just say it involves copious amounts of duct tape
This may be a bit personal, but have you ever spent an extended amount of time in bed… in your underwear… eating junk food… watching cartoons?
Yeah... not so much
I plead the Fifth
Minus the cartoons... mayyybe
A few times a week, give or take. I mean, who doesn't, right?
What does “adventure” mean to you?
Mars or bust! Too much? Probably too much...
Experiencing the unknown
Living “Mas” at Taco Bell
Mistakes will be made. It’s Mars and nobody is perfect. How do you handle failure when you’re NOT on Mars?
I never stop fighting to succeed
I accept it as a learning experience
A little lip quiver, but I’m usually fine. Really... just fine
Honestly? I think failure is subjective
How are you with your hands?
I can build just about anything
I'm all thumbs
I built a birdhouse in 7th grade shop class. Does that count?
Wait... what are we talking about here?
"Life On Mars" by David Bowie is too obvious. So, when you find yourself absolutely alone – no judgments – which of these would be your guilty pleasure “jam.”