Fight it Out

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When there's an argument, would you rather fight it out, talk it out, or keep out of it all together?

Keep Out

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Talk it Out

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Party!

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Are you a bookworm or would you rather be partying?

Bookworm

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Yes

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Would you consider yourself an artistic person?

No

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Employ Others

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Would you rather employ others to fight your battles or get your hands dirty?

Hands Dirty

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Outdoors

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Would you rather spend your days outdoors or indoors?

Indoors

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Help Others

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Do you prefer to help others or look out for yourself first?

Put me first

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Jock

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Would you rather be a jock or the spectator?

Spectator

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Organized

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Are you more organized or more of a free spirit?

Free Spirit

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Nature

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Do you feel more connected to nature or the boardroom

Boardroom

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Hippie

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Are you a hippie or a hunter?

Hunter

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Talking About it

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When dealing with a challenge, do you prefer talking about it or doing something about it?

Action

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Titanium and steel

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Which do you prefer: titanium and steel or diamonds and pearls?

Diamonds and pearls

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The Popular Kid

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In school, were you the popular kid, the best friend, or the wallflower?

The Wallflower

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The Best Friend

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Strategy

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Are you more likely to employ strategy or brute force to achieve your goals?

Force

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Life of the Party

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Do you want to be the life of the party or have an intimate conversation?

Conversation

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Grudges

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Do you hold onto grudges or let it go?

Let Go

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Team Player

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Are you a team player or a lone wolf?

Lone Wolf

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Hard liquor

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Hard liquor or wine?

Wine

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Long term relationships

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Are you into long term relationships or playing the field?

Playing the field

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Leader

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Do you consider yourself a leader, a follower, or do you march to your own drum?

Own Drum

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Follower

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Embrace

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Do you embrace or shirk responsibility

Shirk

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Juno

Juno is the queen of the gods. She was a majestic figure who wore a diadem (crown) on her head and had the peacock as her symbolic animal. She was the protector and guardian spirit of women.

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Minerva

Minerva is the goddess of wisdom and the arts. She was often shown with an owl, symbolizing her great intelligence. She was believed to be the inventor of numbers and musical instruments.

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Jupiter

Jupiter is the supreme god of the Roman pantheon. Worshipped by the Romans as Jupiter Optimus Maximus, he not only ruled over the universe but distributed the laws, controlled the realm, and made his will known through visions and prophecies.

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Diana

Diana is the hunting goddess. She was often associated with nature, and she had the power to talk to and control animals. Oak groves were especially sacred to her. In later myths, she also became known as the moon goddess and the goddess of childbirth.

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Vulcan

Vulcan is the god of fire and metalworking. Romans worshipped Vulcan to try and encourage him to prevent harmful fires, especially during the summer heat when crops were most at risk of burning. Mythology says Vulcan was so unpleasant that he was thrown from Mount Olympus, causing him to have a limp.

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Venus

Venus is the goddess of love and beauty. Born of sea foam, she was essential to the balance of life. She absorbed anger and brought good fortune and prosperity.

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Mars

Mars is the god of war and agriculture. One of the most prominent and worshipped Roman gods, he represented military power as a way to secure peace, and was the father of the Roman people.

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Bacchus

Bacchus is god of the grape harvest. He is protector of those who do not belong in conventional society, symbolizing everything that is chaotic, dangerous, and unexpected. His love of celebration, music, and dance were known to free his followers from self-conscious fear.

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Mercury

Mercury is the god of trade, merchants, and travel. Messenger to the other gods, he wore winged sandals. He was often accompanied by a tortoise, a reference to his legendary invention of the lyre from a tortoise shell.

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Proserpina

Proserpina is queen of the underworld. The daughter of Ceres, goddess of agriculture, she became the goddess of the underworld when Pluto carried her away and made her his wife. Her myth celebrated the arrival of springtime.

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