I thought I had escaped

The web is fully of odd tests designed to reveal your true self. They all seem to be run by dating websites, which makes the one I just tried slightly disturbing. It’s the Dante’s Inferno Test (HT: John Wilkins). And the results are…

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The Dante’s Inferno Test has banished you to the Sixth Level of Hell – The City of Dis!

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{color:#ff3344; background-color: #220033;}.Purgatory Repenting Believers Very Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #110022;}.Level 1 – Limbo Virtuous Non-Believers High
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #220011;}.Level 2 Lustful Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #330011;}.Level 3 Gluttonous Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #440011;}.Level 4 Prodigal and Avaricious Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #550011;}.Level 5 Wrathful and Gloomy Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #660011;}.Level 6 – The City of Dis Heretics Very High
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #770011;}.Level 7 Violent Low
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #880011;}.Level 8 – the Malebolge Fraudulent, Malicious, Panderers Moderate
{color:#ff3344; background-color: #990011;}.Level 9 – Cocytus Treacherous Low

Level descriptions. Take the test
I do wonder though, is there really any difference between Diss and Limbo?

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11 Responses to I thought I had escaped

  1. Cath Ennis says:

    Bob, I’ll see you in hell. Is Level 6 close to the food court?

  2. Jennifer Rohn says:

    No, the toilets.

  3. Matt Brown says:

    Bob O’Hara: moderate panderer.

  4. Henry Gee says:

    Unlike some of you miserable sinners, I just about managed to scrape into purgatory, which is, I believe, very similar to a dentist’s waiting room in Watford.

  5. Cath Ennis says:

    I can’t imagine the meals on offer in hell’s food court being any better than your average mall fare. Separating the food court and toilets on different levels therefore sounds hellish indeed.

  6. Henry Gee says:

    Oh, by the way, about Diss. I know nothing about it except that it appeared in a John Betjeman poem, and it has a railway station (my regular train stops there). But I am prepared to believe it is rather like limbo – in the middle of nowhere, it’s always on the way to somewhere else. My sister, desperate to keep Cromer all to herself, tried very hard to persuade me to live in Diss, solely for the commuting opportunities. Sigh. If I wanted that I’d have stayed in Ilford.

  7. Bob O'Hara says:

    bq. No, the toilets.
    There aren’t any toilets in Hell. As Rowan Atkinson pointed out, it is damnation without relief.

  8. Richard P. Grant says:

    Diss only exists because the Fens get embarrassed that no one’s around.

  9. Matt Brown says:

    Haha, I’m an extreme heretic from the City of Dis. Bob – we’re on the same floor, but I get the office.

  10. Heather Etchevers says:

    Same profile as Bob except I get to hang out in Limbo in even more illustrious company.

  11. Henry Gee says:

    The dice are loaded, of course. I filled out the questionnaire in the way I thought a Bible-basher would, and I still only got as far as purgatory. The God of this test hates everybody.

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