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Via Shuggy, whose mortal sin is unthinking tribalism, here's how your humble Devil is condemned to Hell.
Gluttony:Very High
Lust:Very High

Take the Seven Deadly Sins Quiz

It all used to be so easy but, now the parameters have been redrawn, it is as Shuggy points out, difficult to tell.
But as for all this hippy tree-hugging shite - who knows?



Prodicus said…
Wrath - 'LOW'? Some mistake, surely?
Jackart said…
Lust "Very High". Are you boasting?
Devil's Kitchen said…
Not at all. It doesn't ask you your rate of success...!

Oh, and, Prodicus, I think that wrath is so low because I don't get into fights...

Roger Thornhill said…
For me:

Greed: High
Gluttony: Med
Wrath: Med
Sloth: Med
Envy: Low
Lust: Low
Pride: Low

An imaginary Socialist:

Envy: Very High - the cornerstone of any determined Socialist.
Greed: Very High - or is that covetousness?
Wrath: High - class war
Pride: High - hubris, more like.
Gluttony: High - as long as they are not paying
Lust: Low - unless it is with a researcher
Sloth: Very Low - tireless in their pursuit of interference and control.

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