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I took the ‘Which animal dropping are you?’ quiz and got ‘Elephant poo’

Posted on 13 April 2014, 9:28

Facebook has been swamped for a while with quizzes asking, ‘If you were a flower, which one would you be?’

Or which Muppet, prime minister, pop diva, Game of Thrones house, religion, 80s hunk or (Lord have mercy) character from Sex and the City are you? The question, ‘Which city should you actually live in?’ has apparently been liked on Facebook 2.5 million times.

So in an effort to maintain satire levels on Facebook, here’s my proposed quiz.

There’s an interesting piece on Slate about the phenomenon.

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