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The Purity Test: Your Filth and Depravity Cheerfully Exposed by 2,000 Nosy Questions
By the early 80s, kids were already trawling the message boards of the Internet for perverse kicks. Well before Star Ways Kid or "flash mobs," one of the first online fads was the "Purity Test," a series of questions to rate your moral purity, from the raunchy ("Ever had sex in your parents' bedroom?") to the absurd ("Ever snorted cocaine off the dashboard of a car doing ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published February 3rd 2009 by St. Martin's Griffin
(first published 2009)
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Well, it isn't the original 100 question purity test but then that one swung in favor of gay people being more impure. I was so vanilla back then and I got like a 42. Anyway, this is a fun thing to do with good friends maybe at a party, although you could never get through all the questions in one evening if you had more than one or two people.
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