Have you ever wondered if you were born in the right era or perhaps if you never left an era you loved? It's time to find out! Take these 10 questions and discover exactly which era you're really stuck in. The answers may just shock you!
Which magazine are you most likely to peruse in the checkout line?
Better Homes and Gardens
Ladies Home Journal
Which music genre is constantly on rotation in your house?
Where would you most like to be taken on a date?
To the movies
To a theater show
To a coffehouse
To a music festival
To a trendy new restaurant
Which movie sounds the most appealing to you?
A Streetcar Named Desire
It's a Wonderful Life
Pretty in Pink
How do you wear your hair most days?
Up in a bun
In a flipped out bob
Long and straight
In a perm
Where do you gain your values from?
My religious leaders
Where are you most likely to grab a bite to eat on your lunch break?
The dive bar down the street
A local diner
I packed my own lunch
The local fast food joint
A random Chinese restaurant
What do you wish people would do more often?
Talk to one another
Put down the cell phone
Stand up for what they believe in
Stop and smell the roses
Try new things
What's your favorite color to wear?
The era that you appear to be stuck in is the 1940s! This is a time period in which family came first. Few things were as important as providing for the family, raising children, and making sure that everyone was taken care of. This was a time where people were valued rather than material possessions or technology. You often feel as if this is the era you should have been born in!
The era that you appear to be stuck in is the 1950s! Much like this era, you’re all about socializing, hosting parties, and engaging with your fellow neighbors. You love to throw a good cocktail party and get the news/gossip on everyone you know. You also value your family and friendships more than just about anything else in life, though you wouldn’t say no to a pretty cocktail dress and pearls!
The era that you appear to be stuck in is the 1960s! Much like this era, you’re a free spirit who is all about social justice and bringing about positive change. You are heavily influenced by music and art, often drawing inspiration from these creative avenues rather than from your friends and family. You value peace but are not afraid to stand up for what you believe in, even if it’s not a popular choice.
The era that you appear to be stuck in is the 1970s! Much like this era, you’re all about having a good time, hanging out with friends, and letting things simply take their course. On a typical Saturday, you can often be found with your friends down by the lake drinking a few beers and listening to good music. Few things matter more to you than enjoying life to the fullest and a loyal group of friends to share the whole experience with.
The era that you appear to be stuck in is the 1980s! Much like this era, you’re all about material possessions, trends, and the latest technology. You love to shop and buy, often making sure to have the latest and greatest in both clothing and tech. Nothing makes you more giddy than showing off a new item or buying one for your friends. Though you love stuff, nothing matters to you more than your friends and family. That’s the one constant that holds true!