Meme Time: Which ancient language are you?

I have no real idea what, if anything, this says about me, but what the hell…

   

Your Score: Linear B

   

You scored

   

   

    You are Linear B. Even those who can follow you think you’re all Greek to them. Which, after all, is true – Linear B being the first known text for written Greek. To most people, you’re incomprehensible. But what do you care? You’re tough, hard, long-enduring and have greater nobility than most. Naturally, you don’t admit to borrowing extensively from your brother Linear A.
   

Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test written by imipak on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

Found via my buddy Hairboy.

4 thoughts on “Meme Time: Which ancient language are you?

  1. I agree; I don’t know what this is supposed to say about anyone. FWIW:

    Language of the Norse, Older Futhark! Thirty symbols, all told. And no hardier, more warrior-like tongue has ever graced the longships of the Viki or left the Celts and Saxons in such quivering fear. There’s only one drawback, that being you died 800 years ago.
    My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

    You scored higher than 99% on Ideogramatic

    You scored higher than 99% on Syllablic

    You scored higher than 99% on Logogramic

    You scored higher than 99% on Alphabetic

  2. <!—t—>Your Score<!—/t—>: Linear A

    You scored

    Not much to say, really. You’re Linear A, the first alphabet ever written by the proto-Greeks – at least, as far as survives. Unfortunately, you made a bad career move and ended up being used by accountants and fish mongers, rather than to record epics. However, you did manage all your SEC filings on time.

    <!—t—>Link: The Which Ancient Language Are You Test written by imipak on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test<!—/t—>

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