"What Decade are You Most Caught In?" Fun No-Cost Test to Find Out Instantly Now Available

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A very entertaining new online test to discover "What Decade are You Most Caught In?" is now available at no-cost to anyone with Web access -- test-takers will learn if they're caught in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s or 1990s.

It may be wise to live in the present, but to some extent everyone has a particular decade they are "caught" in ... a decade whose music, movies, politics, fashions and the like they MOST enjoy and identify with.

For some it is a healthy appreciation, while others can certainly be accused of "living in" their previous decade.

Now anyone with Web access can instantly find out if they are most caught in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s or 1990s by taking the entertaining and insightful test at http://www.sixwise.com/Survey/WhichDecadeAreYouMostCaughtIn/WhichDecadeAreYouMostCaughtIn.aspx

Over the course of 25 fun questions, test-takers will be asked to choose their favorite preference in areas like movie stars, popular music, historical events and fads.

One question, for example, asks:

As you see it, the best comedic movie of all time from this list is:

A) Tootsie

B) The Seven Year Itch

C) There's Something About Mary

D) The Lady Eve

E) The Odd Couple

F) Young Frankenstein

After answering the questions (and accepting or declining a completely no-cost subscription to the SixWise.com newsletter), users will instantly discover which decade they are most caught in ... and in a bit of detail what each decade means.

Anyone with Web access can take this fun 25-question "What Decade are You Most Caught In?" test right now at http://www.sixwise.com/Survey/WhichDecadeAreYouMostCaughtIn/WhichDecadeAreYouMostCaughtIn.aspx

SixWise.com is the home of the famous no-cost "How to Be Safe, Live Longer & Prosper" weekly e-newsletter, which includes insights from the world's top experts in the areas of health, relationships, personal safety, finances, career and enjoying life to its fullest. This includes a variety of fun, free online tests -- you can see all of them at http://www.sixwise.com/newsletters/surveys.htm


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