Sunday, March 09, 2008

I write like a dude

According to this website at least. This doesn't surprise me too much I suppose, but the weird thing is that when I pasted stuff that I was fairly sure would be "male" (a writing sample from Red Eye with loads of one-liners) it came out female, and when I put in stuff that I thought would be more female (some stuff from this blog, a chunk of my Thomas Kinkade article) it tested male. Who am I?

6 comments:

Ted from Accounting said...

Ok, so I'm reading along with all the posts and thinking wow Alison really does have some great bloggers!

Then I read this post and tried that gender checker (I'm totally male by the way) and clicked on the the who am I tab! I didn't expect the artist "formally known as" to pop up and started laughing out loud. It kind of woke me up in a good way!

Glad you made it back! Tell Chico I said, "What up fool!"

Mr. Ricardo said...

According to Gender Checker I'm a weak male. I felt bad. I cried. I wanted to call all my female friends because they understand me.

Actually it said I was a weak male or European, I'll take the weak male.

Anonymous said...

Cool, on my informal I'm a weak female from Europe or something. On my formal I'm male. Note: on the first one it was borderline.
I guess the plus side is, it appears I'm in touch with my feminine side. Man, I feel awkward saying that.

Michael.
La. La. land.

mood: dazed and confused.

Anonymous said...

I just realized that I am officially part Euro-trash. I'm gonna go listen to "Garbage" now.

Michael.
La.

mood: it's all good.

Anonymous said...

I just finsished the Kincade article. Wow, that was so impressive to me. I really like the way you paint (no pun intended) a picture of what you are observing. I like stories like that.

Michael.
La.

Joe said...

The Gender Guesser said I'm a weak male.

My computer is now lying in thousands of tiny pieces on the floor, and I'm on the way out the door to attend a tractor pull. I'm going to pick up some chewing tobacco on the way.

Actually, that was on the informal side. On the formal side it said I'm a male. Phew!

I'm still going to that tractor pull though.