🤥💩Memes: This is a genuine psychological test.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: NOT!
🤥💩Memes: It is a story about a girl.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Since when is a story about a girl a psych test?
🤥💩Memes: While at the funeral of her own mother, she met
🤥💩Memes: guy whom she did not know.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Because funerals are absolutely perfect occasions for mingling with strangers and trying to make new friends, right.
🤥💩Memes: She thought this guy was amazing, so much her dream guy she believed him to be,
🤥💩Memes: that she fell in love with him there and then...
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Eww. That's not love, that's infatuation. And it sure didn't take any time for her to get over her mother's death, this girl was obviously not heart-broken over it in the least. Definitely something wrong there.
🤥💩Memes: A few days later, the girl killed her own sister.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: And now we find out why she was so uncaring at her mother's funeral - she killed her as well. That guy she's got her eye on, he better run for his life and get the heck away from her. He could be next. Or anyone else with connections to him could get bumped off by this deranged chick.
🤥💩Memes: Question: What is her motive in killing her sister?
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Okay, I'm going to have some fun with this. Let's see if my theory matches up with whatever this chain letter concludes.
My guess is she killed her mom probably for inheritance and then her sister for the same reason, plus if her mom didn't like the way she played the field, and her sister had an eye for the same guy, this deadly chick would have a couple of motives for wanting ma and sis dead. Dream guy, lots of money, what else could a heartless and shallow nutcase like her ask for?
🤥Meme1: DON'T Scroll down until you have thought what your own answer is to this question!!!!!
💩Meme2: Think about this before you scroll down for the answer.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: I kind of beat you to the punch there.
💩Meme2: OK. Ready for the answer?
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: I've been ready for some time.
🤥💩Memes: *Answer: She was hoping that the guy would appear at the funeral again.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Well, my theory was considerably more in-depth, and I don't quite get the logic in your answer. Why would the guy show up at both funerals? Suppose he knew the mother, but didn't know the sister? For example, the mother could've been an old school teacher of his. So why would he even know the sister? Heck, he might not even know the whackadoo who bumped both her own family members off. But as already established, this chick is more than a little off.
🤥💩Memes: If you answered this correctly, you think like a psychopath.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Lol, well then, apparently so do you. You just pwned yourself. Wow!
There is a difference between understanding the concept of psychopathy and actually being one, even detectives need to "think like" criminals in order to catch them and determine motive etc.
🤥💩Memes: This was a test by a famous American psychologist
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Oh sure. We're supposed to be totally bowled over at the mere words "famous psychologist"? S/he is so famous that you didn't even bother to give a name. I'm so completely convinced this was an actual test by a famous psychologist. NOT! This is a particularly lazy, sloppy leg-pull attempt on your part.
🤥💩Memes: used to test if one has the same mentality as a killer.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Bull. Any detective or average Joe Schmoe who's watched enough dramatic TV shows/movies, or netizen who has been exposed to very shallow selfish attitudes could come up with a similar theory. And I even expanded on it.
🤥💩Memes: Many arrested serial killers took part in this test
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: And if I said many cows jumped over the moon, would you believe me? Yeah, your blanket statement is false, about your "many serial killers" whom you once again didn't even bother to name, and about this bogus test, which isn't a real test.
🤥💩Memes: and answered it correctly.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: There isn't even a "correct" answer, because this is just a scenario story you made up. Not a test by a psychologist.
🤥💩Memes: If you didn't answer correctly - good for you.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: So, just what would be an "incorrect" answer? Maybe "Duh, doiiiiii, I dunno…?" "I ain't gots da clue?"
Or how about simply "I don't care." ?
🤥💩Memes: If your friends hit the jackpot,
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Huh? Where did the jackpot come into this? What was I supposed to win? Other than the big "OMG you're a psycho!" label.
🤥💩Memes: may I suggest that you keep your distance.
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Wait, what? if my friends win some uber lottery I'm supposed to keep my distance? From what? From them? From you? Why? Here's another suggestion for you, shutting up.
🤥💩Memes: (If you got the answer correct,
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: There is no "correct" answer, especially since your scenario was lacking in so many details that a number of different theories for the deaths could work.
🤥💩Memes: please let me know so I can take you off my distribution list...)
🧝♀️Ocean Elf: Hey doofus, I'm not on your distribution list, but your starting and passing around this kind of junk is enough reason for you to get yourself removed from mine and other people's distribution lists. Your quackery has pretty much judged anyone who guesses your girl's motive for murder as psycho. Way to go,champ, way to go.
since you also got the "correct" answer, good luck trying to remove yourself from your own list.
Over and out.