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Are You Right for Eli?

Not everyone has what it takes to date a guy like Degrassi's Eli Goldsworthy. Do you? Take the quiz.

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  • You're meeting a friend for coffee at 3pm. At 3:30, your friend still hasn't shown up, and your phone hasn't buzzed. You'll probably:

    • Pull out a book and read for a while. I mean, I'm here... I might as well stay.
    • Send a text that's like "Are we still on for coffee?"
    • Leave. My so-called-friend clearly stood me up.
  • If a friend reads your creative writing assignment and gives you some harsh (but honest) feedback, do you think you'll be able to handle it?

    • I'd be mad. That's unnecessarily mean.
    • I wouldn't be happy, that's for sure. They should've said it in a nicer way.
    • If I think the feedback is helpful, I'll try to listen without getting upset.
  • If you were going to skip class (not that you ever would, of course), it'd probably be because:

    • My friend convinces me that it's a good idea.
    • I decide just before the bell that I'm not up for dealing with Spanish today.
    • I've been stressed lately, and I need to sleep in and have a "relaxation day."
  • Can you talk about religion with someone who completely disagrees with your personal views?

    • Yes, if the person's willing to respect my beliefs (and doesn't try to change them).
    • Maybe, but I'd rather focus on what we have in common. Religion talk might push us further apart.
    • I'd rather not. I get SO MAD at people who are closed-minded about this stuff.
  • You overhear an acquaintance saying something obnoxious about you. Is there any chance you might become good friends with this person someday?

    • Not gonna happen. I will not forget this.
    • It's unlikely. I'll always wonder if they still talk behind my back.
    • It's possible. Maybe if we do get to know each other better, we'll totally laugh about this someday.
  • If one of your good friends is in a gloomy mood, you're more likely to:

    • Urge them to talk about it. Holding stuff like that in is bad for you.
    • Make some fun plans with that person. I bet it'll help.
    • Say "C'mon, snap out of it!" Moody people are so annoying.
  • If you found out that a friend had a serious problem -- like hoarding -- how would you handle it?

    • I'd offer to spend more time with them, and say "Call anytime if you want to talk."
    • I'd probably think about them whenever I see a reality TV show about it, and send a "Hey, what's up?" text.
    • I'd avoid mentioning it. They'd probably rather deal on their own.
  • What frustrates you the most?

    • Apathy
    • Boringness
    • Stubbornness
  • OK, seriously... the hearse? Would you really want to ride around in a hearse?

    • Yes. No question. I heart Morty.
    • Maybe! It's a li'l bit creepy, but... car = freedom.
    • I kinda hate it, but maybe I could talk him into trading it for something else.