| Warren Buffet
You could be worth $6 billion… someday
| Based on our rigorous interrogation of your personality, we have determined that deep down you are more good natured than evil, more hard-working than lazy, and more lucky than cunning.
We have determined that you possess an enormous potential for raking in the billions — but that your success will be largely due to luck, not hard work. You were probably born into some money, and have probably invested it well, but our analysis indicates you probably aren’t likely to build any new companies or pioneer any new products or technologies. Something to ponder next time you’re sitting on your diamond toilet.
Fortuntaely for the rest of us, you also appear to be fairly good-hearted. Thus, your closest analog in the real world is Warren Buffett, the “Oracle of Omaha.” He made his billions with a series of shrewd investments through his company, Berkshire Hathoway (actually the name of a failing textiles company he and other investors took over in the 60’s). Buffett only pays himself $100,000 a year and when he dies most of his fortune will pass to his charitable Buffett Foundation, dedicated to educating the American populace about the difference between himself, singing legend Jimmy Buffett, and the counter where you get your breakfast at Shoney’s. And as far as we know, his toilet isn’t even made of gold, let alone diamonds — but to be honest we aren’t convinced you possess the same level of self control.
For reference, Buffet’s fortune of $42 billion makes him the 2nd richest man in the world, or the 73rd richest country (just before Slovenia). Compare that to your score and weep or jeer, as approrpiate.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|Link: The Billionaire Test written by stuffisthings on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test|