Today, June 1st, is the release of Alice in Wonderland on DVD and Blu-ray. We loved this movie in the theater and the DVD as well. The Blu-ray has hours and hours of bonus features and the DVD has some good bonuses as well.
In the film, the Mad Hatter tells Alice, “You used to be much more…’muchier.’ You’ve lost your muchness.” This begins Alice’s journey to regain her inner strength and fortitude- her muchness. Now, it’s time to measure your OWN muchness, and part of that is believing that the impossible is….well, possible!
In celebration of the DVD and Blu-ray release of Alice in Wonderland, we have a quiz just for you. Think you’re independent and individual, just like Alice? Take our muchness quiz and discover the truth…
Everyone’s been raving about a new television show, but you can’t stand it. Your neighbor tells you his brother is the lead actor. Do you…
A Say congratulations and explain how much you love the show.
B Tell your neighbor what a great job his brother is doing.
C ‘Fess up and explain how you can’t stand the show.
You’ve taken the same vacation for the past three years and it’s getting boring. Your friends want to do it again, but you’re not so keen. Do you…
A Keep your friends happy and go along with the crowd.
B Try to convince your friends to go somewhere new.
C Head off on your own vacation. It’ll be an adventure…
Your friends laughs at your quirky new sneakers, but you think they look pretty cool. Do you…
A Give the sneakers to a charity store. What were you thinking?
B Agree with your friends, but wear them when they’re not around.
C Tell your friends to butt out. You wear what you want to wear!
You’ve wanted to get into ballroom dancing for ages, but everyone around you thinks you’re crazy. A leaflet drops through your door advertising local dance lessons. Do you…
A Remember what your friends think about it and trash the leaflet.
B Pop the leaflet on your notice board at home. Maybe it’s worth a look?
C Sign up for dance lessons immediately. Who cares what everyone else thinks?
You’ve met a fun, new group of friends – but they can’t stand your best buddy. Do you…
A Ditch the best buddy. Out with the old and in with the new…
B Explain to your new friends that your best buddy isn’t all that bad.
C Take your best bud along to the next party and make everyone mingle.
Your uncle’s goldfish dies while you’re supposed to be looking after it. They’re away on vacation for another couple of days. Do you…
B Buy a replacement fish and pretend nothing has happened.
C Explain the problem to your uncle when he gets home. It wasn’t your fault.
You’ve been invited to a gig on a hot date, but you can’t stand the band. Their crazy new sound is deafening! Do you…
A Go along and pretend to enjoy the music.
B Agree, but secretly wear ear plugs.
C Explain that you can’t stand the band, but suggest somewhere else to go.
Your friend walks out of a restroom with tissue paper stuck to their shoe – and everyone around you starts to laugh. Do you…
A Laugh with the crowd.
B Step on the tissue to get it off your friend’s foot – and save their embarrassment.
C Tell your friend what’s happened – and then laugh.
You’re out on a first date when you spot an embarrassing cousin walking towards you. He’s completely weird! Do you…
A Walk away in the opposite direction.
B Explain to your date that your cousin is a little out there, but say hello anyway.
C Introduce your date to your cousin and see what happens. You can’t change family.
You secretly start a blog and don’t tell anyone about it. But then your best friend tells you about a pathetic blog they’ve found and you realize it’s your website. Do you…
A Keep quiet and delete the blog. No-one will ever know.
B Say nothing, but carry on with the blog in secret.
C Explain to your buddy that it’s your blog. Is it really that bad?
Look at your results and see if you scored mostly As, Bs or Cs…
IF YOU SCORED MOSTLY As…
You like to follow the crowd and you agree with everyone around you, but don’t you wish you had a little more independence in life? ‘Muchness’ involves being confident, forward-thinking and individual – but that doesn’t describe your world at the moment. Try living for yourself a little and speak your mind. You’ll be happier in the long run if you do!
IF YOU SCORED MOSTLY Bs…
In the middle of Alice In Wonderland, the Mad Hatter questions Alice’s muchness. He thinks she’s losing it – and the same could be said for you. Speak up, say what’s on your mind and be confident in the world. Your life will have much more muchness if you do!
IF YOU SCORED MOSTLY Cs…
Sometimes it’s difficult to speak your mind and say what you really think about everything in this world – but that’s exactly what you do because you have much-muchness. Just like Alice at the end of Alice In Wonderland, you’ve proven yourself to be individual, courageous and independent – and that’s what everyone loves about you. Nice work.