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What do your TV watching habits say about you?

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With access to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBOGo and Apple TV, getting yourself to do work has never been harder. Find out what your TV habits say about you:

  1. Pick a random Netflix sub-genre:

A. B-horror movies

B. Jazz and easy listening

C. Scandinavian movies

D. Martial Arts movies

     2. How do you feel when Netflix asks you if you’re still there?

A. Comforted — at least someone cares about my well-being

B. Annoyed

C. Judged

D. What are you talking about?

     3. How many streaming accounts are you mooching off of right now?

A. 1

B. 2-3

C. None, I’m the one paying

D. None, I don’t have the time to mooch

    4. When was the last time you watched some television?

A. Ten minutes ago

B. Last night

C. Thanksgiving break

D. I can’t remember

    5. How do you find out about new shows to watch?

A. My friends

B. Whatever everyone is talking about online

C. The Recommended section

D. I just click random things

    6. Is there something else you should be doing right now?

A. Yes

B. Yes

C. Yes

D. Yes

Your results:

Mostly A’s: You’re a college student that’s procrastinating finals

Mostly B’s: You’re a college student that’s procrastinating finals

Mostly C’s: You’re a college student that’s procrastinating finals

Mostly D’s: You’re a college student that’s procrastinating finals

 

Contact Arianna Lombard at ariannal ‘at’ stanford.edu.