What percent alien are you?



4. You benefit from criticism.

Nobody enjoys negative feedback. But you know that criticism is a chance to learn, even if it’s not delivered in the best way. And even when it’s unfounded, it gives you a window into how others think.

When you receive negative feedback, you keep your emotions in check and ask yourself: How can this make me better?

5. You show authenticity.

Authenticity doesn’t mean sharing everything about yourself, to everyone, all of the time. It does mean saying what you mean, meaning what you say, and sticking to your values and principles above all else.

You know not everyone will appreciate your sharing your thoughts and feelings. But the ones who matter will.

6. You demonstrate empathy.

The ability to show empathy, which includes understanding others’ thoughts and feelings, helps you connect with others. Instead of judging or labeling others, you work hard to see things through their eyes.

“National boundaries are not evident when we view the Earth from space. Fanatical ethnic or religious or national chauvinisms are a little difficult to maintain when we see our planet as a fragile blue crescent fading to become an inconspicuous point of light against the bastion and citadel of the stars.”
― Carl Sagan, Cosmos

“The simplest truth about man is that he is a very strange being; almost in the sense of being a stranger on the earth. In all sobriety, he has much more of the external appearance of one bringing alien habits from another land than of a mere growth of this one.

He cannot sleep in his own skin; he cannot trust his own instincts. He is at once a creator moving miraculous hands and fingers and a kind of cripple. He is wrapped in artificial bandages called clothes; he is propped on artificial crutches called furniture. His mind has the same doubtful liberties and the same wild limitations. Alone among the animals, he is shaken with the beautiful madness called laughter; as if he had caught sight of some secret in the very shape of the universe hidden from the universe itself. Alone among the animals he feels the need of averting his thought from the root realities of his own bodily being; of hiding them as in the presence of some higher possibility which creates the mystery of shame.”
― G.K. Chesterton, The Everlasting Man

“Finding an access to the ‘open public space’ is the challenge that really matters in life. We may know that everyone might feel like an alien to someone else or sometimes even to oneself, whether native, foreigner or exile, whether assimilated or singular, whether straight or gay. Be that as it may, a basic premise for the safeguard of self-fulfillment is the availability of a comforting maneuvering ground for one and all and an opportunity to enter a ‘space of appearance’ with a gate to a ‘citizenship of the world’. (“His master’s voice” )”
― Erik Pevernagie

“When people stargazing, they stare at stars,
and many other things which they’ve already
presumed commonly and universally as stars.”
― Toba Beta [Betelgeuse Incident], Betelgeuse Incident: Insiden Bait Al-Jauza

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What’s your favourite meal?

    • Beans on toast
    • Ice Cream on toast
    • Green goo on Toast
    • Green goo with a sprinkle of space debris
  • Question of

    Do you like other people?

    • Yes, and I love hanging out with them!
    • Yes, they’re nice but I like to spend time alone too
    • They’re ok I guess
    • No, I do not understand their strange ways or customs
  • Question of

    What’s your favourite planet?

    • Earth, of course! It has the best atmosphere
    • Mars looks kinda cool
    • Neptune – cold and blue, just how I like it
    • My home planet of Klllaaaarp
  • Question of

    How many fingers do you have?

    • Er, ten? The normal amount?
    • Usually ten
    • Three on each hand, but they’re detachable
    • I don’t have fingers, just these tentacles
  • Question of

    Where would you most like to go on holiday?

    • Spain! Sun, sea and sand!
    • A deep sea submarine trip
    • The Arctic – it’s a good temperature for my scaly skin
    • Area 51
  • Question of

    What’s your favourite thing to do?

    • Play video games
    • Watching ET
    • Playing Popball, a sport from my home planet. I mean, town.
    • Fixing my spaceship
  • Question of

    Pick a song

    • Old Town Road by Lil Nas X
    • Space Oddity by David Bowie
    • I’m the Urban Spaceman by The Bonzo Dog Doo Da Band
    • ET by Katy Perry
  • Question of

    How do you stay in touch with your family?

    • I live with them
    • We video call, they live far away
    • Spacephone
    • We communicate telepathically, with our minds
  • Question of

    How do you greet people?

    • Hey, guys
    • Wazzup
    • Hello, fellow earthlings
  • Question of

    What’s your favorite pizza topping?

    • Plain cheese, sausage, or pepperoni
    • Pineapple
    • Sardines, bananas, candy corn, etc.
  • Question of

    What’s your favorite band?

    • The Beatles
    • Panic at the Disco
    • The Blue Man Group
  • Question of

    What’s your favorite animal?

    • Dogs/cats
    • Ferrets
    • Bigfoot
  • Question of

    Can you do this?

    • No
    • Kinda
    • Yes
  • Question of

    Do you often stare into the sky for no reason

    • Yesh
    • Nah
    • Uhhhh… *leaves site*

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