Seaside Personality Quiz Answers

Now the answers to the seaside quiz

The seaside is symbolic of how you relate to people around you.

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An extroverted, gregarious person feels energized in the company of a large number of people.

People who see a deserted seaside are more introverted and feel more content spending longer periods of time on their own.

How many people you pictured relates to the number of people you want around you.

  1. If you saw hundreds of people, crowded bars and clubs can feel like your second home. You are quite a social animal, and at times, you may also like an audience.
  2. If you saw a few dozen people, you feel comfortable in social gatherings, bars and clubs, you may even seek them out.
  3. If you saw one or two people then you do not like to spend a whole lot of time in bars or clubbing. You can be charming and social, but you are often content being alone. The vast majority of people see a beach with one or two people on it.
  4. If you did not see any people, you are least likely to feel comfortable in a crowded club or bar. You are often content with your own company and may even avoid certain crowded places.

Where you see people on the beach is also symbolic of how you relate to people around you.

  1. If you saw people close by, then you are sociable and can be quite a chatterbox at times.
  2. If you saw them not far away, you like to be with people, but on your own terms.
  3. If the people seemed far away you are usually quiet and reserved. For you, actions speak louder than words. However you still need friends that are prepared to listen whenever you need them, or someone to talk to about your day.
  4. If the beach is deserted, you are content to be your own person and self-sufficient.

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Classic Riddles

marine telling classic riddles

List of funny classic riddles to amuse kids and adults, even if they groan at the answer.

Q: What can run, but never walk? Has a mouth, but never talks? Has a head, but never cries? Has a bed, but never sleeps?
A: A river.

Q: The man who made it doesn’t want it. The man who bought it doesn’t need it. The man who needs it doesn’t know it. What am I talking about?
A: A coffin.

Q: I travel all over the world, but always stay in my corner. What am I?
A: A stamp.

Q: How many seconds are there in one year?
A: twelve – January 2nd, February 2nd, March 2nd, April 2nd, May 2nd, June 2nd, July 2nd, August 2nd, September 2nd, October 2nd, November 2nd, December 2nd.

Q: With pointed fangs it sits and wait to crunch out victims with all its might and physically joins them with a single bite. What is it?
A: A stapler.

Q: What kind of coat is always wet when you put it on?
A: A coat of paint.

Q: I am the beginning of the end, and the end of time and space. I am essential to creation, and I surround every place. Who am I?
A: The letter e.

Q: Where is the ocean the deepest?
A: On the bottom.

Q: Why was the chef embarrassed?
A: Because he saw the salad dressing.

Q: A man rode in to town on Tuesday, and left two days later on Tuesday. How could have he possibly done that?
A: His horse is named Tuesday.

Q: What are two things you wouldn’t eat after waking up?
A: Lunch and dinner.

Q: How many bananas can you eat if your stomach is empty?
A: Just one—after that, it’s not empty anymore.