Sometimes These Quizzes Are Accurate, Says The Ranch House

•  I took the What’s Your Architectural Personality? quiz.  My results said:

You’re solid as a Ranch house!

Simple and suburban by nature, you exude a cozy warmth that lets people know you don’t mind if they leave their shoes on in the house — it’s only carpet, after all! Family and friends are important to you, and you love having them stop by. While not overly fussy or vain, you care about your looks — but honestly, you’re happiest in sweatpants. To you, life isn’t measured in the goods you’ve acquired, but in time well spent.

•  My results linked to a webpage that explained that I am more than likely to be a… [mighty, mighty] brick house:

“Ranch homes tend to be easy to maintain because they’re often made of brick, which requires little fuss, and they’re sparsely adorned.”

•  Oddly accurate, don’t you think?  [Even more interesting when you consider that the last question on the quiz asked which dog I preferred: a basset hound or a golden retriever?  I chose basset hound.  If I had chosen golden retriever, then my architectural personality would have been Greek Revival— which doesn’t seem like me at all even though I like golden retrievers.]

16 thoughts on “Sometimes These Quizzes Are Accurate, Says The Ranch House

  1. I am actively resisting the brick house jokes. I am apparently a refined victorian despite the fact that most of my answers would have been “none of the above.”


  2. She’s a brick . . . house. She’s mighty, mightly, just letting it all hang out. Yep, the Commodores were singing about you. Oo-wa, oo-wa.


    • Happy to meet you cecilia! Thanks for stopping by to say “hi.”

      This quiz fascinated me. The goofy questions somehow got me to accurate results. Now how’d that happen? Huh?


  3. I tried it, and got ranch house too. They didn’t ask me about a dog, though. Maybe they ask different questions of different people? I’ve always thought of myself as more the victorian place, though. Perhaps because I love San Francisco, and there are lovely victorians there.


    • J, they didn’t ask about a dog? What do you know. I figured everyone was asked that question, but I was wrong. Clearly, if they’d asked you about a dog, you would of gotten a more accurate personality assessment. That’s all there is to it. 😉


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