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Written by NHA   
Monday, 15 July 2013 16:39
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Advanced questions

Before starting advanced type questions, all players should review their performance on basic questions. Were we able to be absolutely honest, or did we find ourselves answering 'to impress the other person' or to give a certain impression of ourselves? Only if we are able to be totally honest in intermediate questions should we progress to advanced level.

Advanced type questions are about things we believe, but still must not reveal any personal details. Here are some examples:

 

Advanced level questions for Profiling Game

“X probably believes marriage is (a) important for a sexual relationship (b) a load of old nonsense made up by some twit (c) important only if having children (d) important only for purposes like getting passports or emigrating”

“X is probably (a) spiritual but not religious (b) a practising member of one of the main religions (c) a member of an organized religion but doesn't practise (d) not interested or involved in religion or spirituality”

If someone asked X, 'what's the speed of light?' they would probably (a) know from memory (b) not remember, but know where to look it up fast (c) not know and not know where to find out (d) ask whether you meant in a vacuum or not”

“X probably thinks sex (a) should only happen when in love (b) has nothing at all to do with love (c) should only happen between married/long-term-cohabiting couples (d) should happen whenever consenting adults want it to”

“If X could choose the legal age of society's 'adult status' ('coming of age') for humans, they would say (a) 18-21 is about right (b) whatever age the individual shows a fully mature brain scan (c) puberty (d) no such division should exist at all”

“If X were told they could nominate only one of four charities to receive a large donation, they would probably choose to support (a) Save the Giant Sumatran Rat (b) Feed the Starving in Yittagumbwi Land (c) Research for Walinka-Dumbrey syndrome (d) Solar power affordable for all”

“X probably expects their memory (a) to improve with age (b) to decline with age (c) to remain unchanged with age (d) to change according to how much they use it, regardless of age”

If someone asked X how many episodes there were of the original Star Trek, they would probably (a) not have a clue (b) know, and get it right (c) tell you there was a dispute about it and quote the possibilities (d) not know what Star Trek is”

“X would be MOST alarmed (a) if someone shaved off one of their eyebrows when asleep drunk (b) if someone stole their T shirt (c) if someone shouted 'nerd!' at them in the street (d) if they couldn't remember their own phone number”

“X would be most pleased if someone gave them (a) a picture they had painted of a favorite location (b) a wiring diagram for a new mind machine they invented (c) a recipe for a delicious meal they invented (d) a copy of a book they wanted”

“If someone asked X, 'Why is the sky blue?', they would probably (a) know, but not be able to explain it very coherently (b) not have a clue (c) know and explain it coherently (d) know, but not have a clue how to explain it”

“X probably (a) knows the difference between a row and an argument and can explain what it is in terms of types of behavior (b) doesn't know there is any difference between a row and an argument (c) knows there is a difference but can't explain what it is (d) knows the difference and can explain it in terms of formal logic”