June 1, 2005

This is the second online quiz result I have ever posted. The first was almost two years ago, about what my medieval name would be, and I posted it mostly because it said I was “only violet when provoked.”

But today I came across a quiz I couldn’t resist, and so now I can tell you which antipsychotic drug I am:

You are GEODON! Your snazzy new wave antics have landed you a solid place in the mainstream. The problem is that you make all the cuties (QTs) long for you. You are an effective, special person who likes to help.

Which antipsychotic drug are you?
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In the interests of full disclosure, I will reveal that the first time I took the quiz I was Thorazine, but I didn’t like that result, so I went back and took the quiz again. Now I am Geodon.

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12 Responses to This is the second online

  1. Jess says:

    It said: “You are PROLIXIN DECANOATE! You are the slayer of the non compliants! Though your performance is adequate, there are some people who would prefer to take it in the ass more often than every two weeks.”

    Excuse me? Adequate?? And every two weeks? Please, I can’t live on that! Well, I usually want to give rather than take (although both work, depending upon my mood), but every two weeks? Geez!

  2. Aimee says:

    You are ZYPREXA! You’re well developed, not like the others. You’re known as being an effective, unique character. It doesn’t take much to sell you, because you’re just that hot.

    Well that’s not as bad as I thought it would be.

    Your blog is wonderful. I thoroughly enjoyed myself everytime I visit.

  3. Mike says:

    Well, first I was Prolixin Decanoate, and then I was Geodon, and then I was Thorazine. All of those were already taken, though, so I just gave up. Stupid quiz.

  4. It’s okay, Michael; some of the other options turn out to be Orap, which is a terrible drug, at least as far as side effects go, Haldol, which is almost as bad, and Ativan, which isn’t even an antipsychotic. There are probably more, but I got tired of taking the damn quiz. Thorazine and Geodon are better anyway. Well, Geodon is, in any case.

  5. I too am PROLIXIN DECANOATE. I guess every two weeks is good at my age. Blush. Bows head. That’s okay someday I’ll be King Morphine.

  6. Jeff says:

    If I choose atheism, I’m PROLIXIN DECANOATE. But if I choose Buddhism, I’m GEODON.

    I think I’ll stick with Geodon. A nice, one-word name–like Cher, or Madonna, or God.

  7. You are only “violet”


  8. Remember, Prince Zoloft and Jeff, that Prolixin Decanoate is an injection rather than a pill. So how you feel about needles may factor into your decisions.

    Brian, it actually did say “violet.” That’s why I posted it. Who cares if I’m violent when provoked? But turning purple–that’s something else entirely.

  9. David says:

    I’m Haldol and proud.

  10. Oh dear, Prince Consort Prozac is PROLIXIN DECANOATE too. No wonder we’ve been together for 14 years.

  11. Mike says:

    Faustus — Thank you 🙂 It’s an honor to share a medication title with his esteemed authorship.

  12. Book Worm says:

    Couldn’t reach your quiz, but I’ve come to depend on those traditional life-changing influences, Age and Experience. Once you’ve spent weeks and weeks and weeks at the hospital, attended memorial services for your friends, organized funerals for your parents (one at a time, of course), and cremated the man who slept with you for 14 years, you realize you really can survive anything. Chemicals help, of course, but evolution did equip us with survival skills.

    Was I offered drugs? Yes, I had a prescription for Librium. Did I try it? Yes, and I hated the results. It felt like my brain had been packed in a bale of cotton. All in all, I’d rather suffer real pain than stumble through a bogus state of fake happiness.


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