Which Version of the Joker Are You?



One thing that we all agree to is that animals are loved by all. While cats and dogs are the absolute rulers of the internet but we should also take a look at the rare animals which are fun too.

Let us discuss a few of them.

1.Golder Lion Tamarin

They are cute little monkeys with interesting orange colors. Mainly found in the rainforests of Brazil they are very rare and only 6000 left in the entire world. They weigh around 600 grams.

2.Pygmy Marmoset

They are also from the monkey family and they are the smallest in the entire world. Exceptionally cute animals they live on the treetops of South America.


Zedonks are also very rare as they are a breed of, you guessed it right, zebras and donkeys. They are only found in zoos and that mostly in South Africa where zebras and donkeys live in close proximity.
“When the lights go off in a movie theatre, everyone becomes this one entity: the audience watching the film. And most films aim to get the same emotions out of people. The same reactions. To laugh or be scared or cry or be inspired. The audience goes in as individuals and comes out as people who’ve all experienced the same thing, are all feeling the same way.”
Kheryn Callender, This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story

“A good movie had never once affected me in the same life-changing way a good book could. Books had the power to alter my view of the world forever. A great movie could change my perceptions for a day.”
Pat Conroy, Beach Music

“Film is a disease. When it infects your bloodstream, it takes over as the number one hormone; it bosses the enzymes; directs the pineal gland; plays Iago to your psyche. As with heroin, the antidote to film is more film.”
Frank Capra Nice Try, Jane Sinner

“Because filmmaking is a brutal industry. You don’t get anywhere unless you work more than anyone else. Unless you’re better than they are.”
Lianne Oelke, Inside The Mind of an Introvert

“I bet when Godzilla first came out, God was like: “Damn, that name is way cooler.”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride: The Illustrated Story

“If I touch a burning candle
Tim Burton, Sing, Unburied, Sing

“The lightning cracked again, this time like it was right on top of us, feet away from arcing through the house, and her skin was white as stone and her hair waving, and I thought about the Medusa I’d seen in an old movie when I was younger, monstrous and green-scaled, and I thought: That’s not it at all. She was beautiful as Mama. That’s how she froze those men, with the shock of seeing something so perfect and fierce in the world.”
Jesmyn Ward, Hearts in Atlantis

“Bobby didn’t like the world much after a really good movie in any case; for a little while it felt like an unfair joke, full of people with dull eyes, small plans, and facial blemishes. He sometimes thought if the world had a
Stephen King, Diary in Poems

“Think of me lying
Hanna Abi Akl, Sleeping Beauties

“But the cavalry arrived only in the movies.”
Stephen King, Hidden Bodies

“I have learned more about people from books, television, and movies than I ever have in real life. I have enjoyed people more that way, too”
M. E. Thomas The Big Sleep and Other Novels

“I gave her as much as I had, but it’s like the difference between a movie and a book: A book lets you choose how much of the blood you want to see. A book gives you the permission to see the story as you want, as your mind directs. You interpret. Your Alexander Portnoy doesn’t look like mine because we all have our unique view. When you finish a movie you leave the theater with your friend and talk about the movie right away. When you finish a book you think. Love grew up on movies and I have just read her a book. I give her time to digest.”
Caroline Kepnes, Crazy Sunday

“His voice was the elaborately casual voice of the tough guy in pictures. Pictures have made them all like that.”
Raymond Chandler, The Bollywood Bride

“Joel did not quite believe in picture actresses’ grief. They have other preoccupations—they are beautiful rose-gold figures blown full of life by writers and directors, and after hours they sit around and talk in whispers and giggle innuendoes, and the ends of many adventures flow through them.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Small Orange Fruit

“She was the kind of star who sold happy dreams. She didn’t want to sell darkness. Pain was best left in the real world where it belonged, where it burrowed so deep you needed a multimillion-dollar industry to escape from it.”
Sonali Dev, Insomniacs, We

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    It’s a great night for a crime spree! What kind of outfit are you wearing?

    • The trendiest, flashiest suit combination possible
    • An elegant yet formal suit
    • Something comfortable and easy to move around in
    • An entertaining suit that makes people laugh
  • Question of

    Which artistic talent are you best at?

    • Public speaking
    • Philosophy
    • Creative destruction
    • Stand-up comedy
  • Question of

    What’s your ideal hairstyle?

    • Short and clean-cut
    • Short hair with a goatee and prominent mustache
    • Long and unkempt; I don’t pay much attention to it.
    • It changes, depending on how I feel.
  • Question of

    Which of these hats would you be most likely to wear?

    • Fedora
    • Driver’s hat
    • Nurse’s hat
    • Skull cap
  • Question of

    What’s your philosophy about work?

    • Work enough to live the way you want.
    • A career is honorable and important, especially if it involves mayhem!
    • If you’re good at something, always get paid well for it.
    • Do what makes you feel alive, even if people don’t accept it.
  • Question of

    How important is it to have rivals?

    • It’s fine if they are there, but I don’t always need them.
    • It’s honorable to have competitors.
    • Rivals make work worth doing.
    • Your biggest rival is yourself.
  • Question of

    How close are you to your family?

    • About average
    • We are pretty close, it’s the honorable thing to do.
    • Not close at all
    • We have a love-hate relationship.
  • Question of

    Do you have a strong sense of morality?

    • I did for a while, but it was slowly eroded.
    • No, there’s no need for morals in a world like ours.
    • Yes, it’s my duty to uphold morality, even if I’m evil while doing it.
    • It’s there, but it’s flexible.
  • Question of

    How much does getting paid well matter to you?

    • I need to make enough to have a good time!
    • I want whatever I am owed – nothing more or less.
    • I’m trying to make as much as possible.
    • I’d rather make an impact.
  • Question of

    Which of these weapons are you most likely to use in a crime spree?

    • Blowtorch
    • Lapel flower that squirts acid
    • A bat or blunt object
    • Sword
  • Question of

    What’s the best way to rob a bank?

    • Hire a team and then kill them off at the end.
    • Challenge the security guard to a duel
    • Distract them with comedy
    • Brute force and intimidation
  • Question of

    Who would be your partner as a criminal mastermind?

    • My mom
    • The mob
    • I’d work alone.
    • Whichever lackeys were for hire at the time
  • Question of

    Which of these is your favorite type of humor?

    • Witty puns
    • Slapstick
    • Black comedy
    • Nonsense
  • Question of

    Who is your favorite non-Batman superhero?

    • Venom
    • Daredevil
    • Superman
    • Deadpool
  • Question of

    Which actor did the best job playing Batman?

    • Michael Keaton
    • Adam West
    • Christian Bale
    • George Clooney

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