The Pride and Prejudice Personality Quiz (Male)

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10 Questions - Developed by: LizzieBennet - Developed on: - 10.903 taken - User Rating: 3.38 of 5.0 - 24 Votes

  • 1
    You would most likely describe yourself as:
  • 2
    Others would most likely describe you as:
    a suck-up
  • 3
    In a young lady, you value:
    intelligence, wit, and accomplishment
    a decent family and tolerable social skills
    unwavering affection and a large sum of money
    good looks and pleasant manners
    high status on the social ladder
  • 4
    Your favorite work of literature is most likely:
    nothing; you're practically illiterate
    one of Charles Dickens' classic works
    a Harry Potter novel
    the sensible Fordyce's Sermons
    perhaps Shakespeare or one of Homer's epics
  • 5
    You would like to live:
    on a luxurious estate with a wood and lake
    in a small, out-of-the-way cottage
    somewhere that the social life is pleasant and energetic
    in your cosy parsonage, amply provided for by your generous patroness
    anywhere, as long as you don't have to pay for it yourself
  • 6
    The fault that you find most difficult to deal with in others is:
    a poor first impression
    incapability to be sensible
  • 7
    Of the following, your favorite pastime is:
    hiding in the study
    reading or writing letters
  • 8
    The most desirable holiday destination for you would be:
    wherever business leads you
    a small village in the country
    Las Vegas
    London—it can be most diverting
  • 9
    Your greatest regret is that:
    you didn't choose better in your selection of a wife/lover
    your esteemed patroness didn't pass by your humble abode again today....
    your childhood playmate declined your requests for more money from his father's budget
    you are often misunderstood
    you are sometimes too easily persuaded
  • 10
    Your greatest fault is that:
    you tend to bore others with your pompousness
    you are often irritable and frosty
    you squander too much money
    you are too quick to judge, and too quick to hold fast to said judgment
    you often have difficulty being serious or solemn

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