A time machine has transported you back to America's golden era- the 1950s. Poodle skirts and pony tails abound, but you're not quite sure who you are in this era. Who would you be in the 1950s? A greaser? Perhaps, a beatnik? Let's find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Do you enjoy having your picture taken?
Yes, I love it!
Only when I can take the picture myself.
When it comes to dating, you love someone who is very....
In high school, which club would you have joined?
None of these!
Would you say you have a sweet personality?
Not at all.
When it comes to friends, do you have more guy friends or girl friends?
A mix of both
You're at a drive-in, which milkshake flavor do you order?
Black and white
Mint chocolate chip
Which style of music would you listen to?
Rock n' roll
Which color would you wear most often?
What's your natural hair color?
How many cocktails does it take you to get drunk?
Pin Up Girl
Back in the 1950s, you would have been a total pin-up girl! Glamorous and alluring, you were all about having all eyes on you. Though many saw you as something to ogle, you were far more complex and interesting than that!
Back in the 1950s, you would have been a greaser! With a slick leather jacket and a crisp white t-shirt, you were all about breaking the rules and causing a bit of trouble. You lived for rock n’ roll, drive-in movies, and a bit of promiscuity with the opposite sex!
Back in the 1950s, you would have been a total beatnik! With a slinky black turtleneck and a matching beret, you would have spent most of your days at the local coffeehouse downtown listening to the beat poets and smoking cigarettes. You were too cool to be anything else!
Back in the 1950s, you would have been a housewife! You’ve always been the cozy homemaker who loves to host big dinner parties, hang out with the kids, and make sure that everything is neat and tidy. To you, being a lady who lunched would have been all the fulfillment you desired!
Back in the 1950s, you would have been a preppie! Saddle shoes and a ringlet ponytail to match. You were all about school spirit and playing by the rules. You almost always hung out with any boy who had a letterman jacket and spent most of your evenings at home studying or listening to top 40 radio.