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Would you rather have a pet dog, fish, or bird?

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Fish

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Bird

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People

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When you grow up, do you want to have a job working with people or working with animals?

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Animals

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Yes

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Do you like arts and crafts?

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No

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Strategy

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Do you prefer strategy like Monopoly or Chess or games of chance like Chutes and Ladders or Life?

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Chance

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Inside

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Which do you prefer: playing inside or playing outside?

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Outside

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Woods

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If you were going on a vacation, would you rather go camping in the woods or go to the beach?

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Beach

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Crafts

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Which do you prefer: making an art project or playing music?

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Music

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Student Council

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After school, would you rather spend your time with an organization like student council or playing at the park?

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Park

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Art/Music

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What is your favorite class at school: art/music, gym, math/science, or English/history

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Math/Science

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English/History

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Gym

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People

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Would you rather spend time with people or animals?

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Animals

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Track Team

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Would you rather be on your school's track team, swim team, or football team?

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Football Team

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Swim Team

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No

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Do you like or play sports?

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Yes

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Horses

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Do you prefer horses or dolphins?

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Dolphins

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Crowd

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Do you like being in front of a crowd or behind the scenes?

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Behind

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Buy

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Would you rather buy music by your favorite band or make your own music?

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Make

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Athlete

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Would you rather be a professional athlete or a doctor?

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Doctor

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Lawyer

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Would you rather be a lawyer or a banker?

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Banker

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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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Neptune

Neptune is the god of water and the sea. When peaceful, he created new islands and offered calm seas, but when angry, he struck the ground with his trident and caused chaotic earthquakes and shipwrecks.

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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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Fortuna

Fortuna is the goddess of fortune and luck, both good and bad. She was worshipped at a number of shrines in which her influence was hoped to have a positive effect. But she wasn’t always helpful—she could be doubtful, fickle, or downright evil.

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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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Apollo

Apollo is the god of sun and light. Handsome and young, he was known to have healing powers as well as the ability to bring on plague and disease. Apollo also had artistic gifts—the Olympians loved to lounge around Mount Olympus listening to him play his lyre.

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Hercules

Hercules is a celebrated hero, the son of Jupiter and Alcmene, and possesses exceptional strength. While famous for all his far-ranging adventures, he was most well-known for the 12 labors he carried out for his cousin Eurystheus in order to gain immortality.

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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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