Tell Us About Your Day and We'll Guess Your Favorite Marvel Movie
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About This Quiz
Who could have imagined back in 2008 when Marvel released "Iron Man" that a movie about a character most film-going audiences were unaware of would be the kick off to the most significant event in the history of cinema? The Marvel Cinematic Universe as it came to be known has been unlike anything audiences could have imagined. Interlinked stories and cross-over characters have spanned hours of film and years of movie production. Then it all came to a head in "Avengers: Endgame" with so many characters sharing the screen that it was mind-blowing.
You can't deny the impact of the Marvel films on a grand scale. They have grossed over $21 billion worldwide, and that number keeps rising every day. Pretty much no one is unfamiliar with these movies, and they're everywhere every day. It kind of makes sense then that we could maybe take a look at your everyday life and use that information to figure out where you stand on the Marvel Universe. Just tell us how your day went today and we'll figure out what your absolute favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe film has been, at least so far. Grab your Infinity Stones and take the quiz!
When you wake up and get your bearings, what's the very first thing you do?
Are you a morning showerer or do you wait until the end of the day?
Did you brush, gargle and floss this morning or not?
Overall, would you say you had a pretty quiet morning?
Did you take any time for yourself before you got the day started?
Did you have a rough time getting to where you were going today?
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. What did you have?
Who was the first person you had a chance to chat with face-to-face today?
The world has too much influence over your mood sometimes. Was it at least a nice day when you headed out?
So what did you have to do today after you woke up anyway?
Was it hard to go back to the day after you had your lunch?
Did you feel satisfied with how you spent your time this afternoon?
So would you say, on the whole, it was a pretty productive day?
When lunch rolled around, did you use that time for anything besides just eating?
Did you give more of a push in the afternoon to get stuff done than you did during the morning?
Some days you wake up energized and some days you wish you could just skip it all. How did you feel when you woke up today?
How'd the trip home go?
We can't hold on to the morning all day. How did you handle your lunch today?
Did you have to put up with anyone who annoys you this morning?
What was the first thing you did when you got home?
Did you get a nice greeting from anyone later in the day today?
Were you making dinner tonight or not?
All things being equal, was your dinner good?
How much time did you spend slacking off today, maybe doing online quizzes?
So dinner's done, what happened next?
Did you put any effort into getting some chores done around the house?
What are you doing before you head to bed tonight?
At the end of the day, if you had to describe the whole day in one word, what would it be?
Most of the world is straight 9 to 5, but not all of it. What time did you get up?
Technically the day starts at 12:00 a.m., right? Were you asleep or still up from the day before?
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