I started reading the whole thread after question 200. At first, I thought the repetitive questions and the verbalisation of questions from different angles, e.g. "I often have a déjà vu", "I never have a déjà vu", etc., were meant to fathom some sort of discrepancies or insecurities of one's personality. In some cases, due to the five nuances of the input mask, I actually wasn't sure what I had clicked the first time.
I would rather have spent 15 minutes working on my subpar flexibility than answering stupid questions in the framework of a pointless internet test.
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