Death by OKcupid

32 Funeral Attendees
You lived to 82, scored 53% in family size, and scored 49% in friends
You have a medium size family. The larger your family, the more people that exist to possibly come to your funeral.

Instead of having a large group of friends, you prefer to have a few close friends that you can really trust. While this can often be a very wise choice, it does decrease the number of people that are likely to attend your funeral.

You died at an average age. So you didn’t spend 10 years living in a nursing home, but who wants that anyway? Everyone that could attended your funeral, but some family members had already passed away. Still there were many tears shed in your behalf.

This is the same category that the author of the test placed in. Woah is us.

YOUR FUNERAL STATISTICS

27 more people came to your funeral than to Howard Hughes‘s funeral.

25 more people came to your funeral than to Thomas Paine‘s funeral.

21 more people came to your funeral than to Karl Marx‘s funeral.

2 more people came to your funeral than to Oliver Sipple‘s,the man who saved President Ford from being assassinated.

The exact same number of people came to your funeral as to the author of this test’s.

368 less people came to your funeral than to Tiny Tim‘s.

968 less people came to your funeral than to Sir Fish’s, a whale that beached itself in Vietnam in 2003.

49,968 less people came to your funeral than to Martin Luther King Jr.‘s.

Positive feedback is always appreciated. Thanks!

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 65% on Age at Death
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You scored higher than 50% on Family
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You scored higher than 20% on Friends

Link: The Welcome to your FUNERAL Test written by kafkahateszeppo on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
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