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Yeah, the normal answers are "fireman...teacher...ninja..." but obviously what's the point of serious soul-searching when a test can do it for you?
well, the test lady didn't say that exactly, but you know she was thinking that when she told us about our CAREER RELEVANCE APPTITUDE PARTICIPATION test. you see, the CAREER RELEVANCE APPTITUDE PARTICIPATION test, or C.R.A.P.t., for short, employs questions certified by official C.R.A.P.t. organizers to find us ideal jobs in the REAL WORLD.
i mean, with questions like "Would you work in a fish hatchery," or "Do you like to fix cabinet doors?" or the classic "How would you enjoy putting out forest fires?" paired with only three answers ('YES!', 'No', and 'Maybe') how can one go wrong?
who cares if these questions are not only uncreative, but totally alien to the average highskool student? what kid taking the test didn't answer 'YES!' to working in fish hatcheries?
who cares if the results were generally the same among all students?
who cares if the CAREER RELEVANCE APPTITUDE PARTICIPATION test created a cold equation of our likes and dislikes without taking into consideration our hopes, dreams, aspirations, social beings, or any other trifle details?
there's nothing wrong with half the class ending up with "dance" and "clergy" as ideal careers--hey, there's a market right there for stripping nuns!
...oh well, my results were art historian, psychologist, and model--C.R.A.P.t. can't be that off.
<all questions listed are taken DIRECTLY from C.R.A.P.t.)