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Greed: Medium 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Medium 

Sloth: High 

Envy: High 

Lust: Very High 

Pride: Low

 

 

:P

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Greed: Medium 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Medium 

Sloth: High 

Envy: Medium 

Lust: Medium 

Pride: High

 

 

Hmmm...

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*grins* you'll NEVER guess which one came out highest...

 

Greed: Medium 

 

Gluttony: High

 

Wrath: Medium

 

Sloth: High

 

Envy: Very Low

 

Lust: Very High

 

Pride: Low

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Greed: Medium  

Gluttony: High  

Wrath: Medium  

Sloth: High  

Envy: Medium  

Lust: Very High  

Pride: High

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Greed: Medium 

Gluttony: Low 

Wrath: High 

Sloth: Medium 

Envy: Medium 

Lust: Very Low 

Pride: Medium

 

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Your Sins are Revealed, Your Fate is SealedYour sin has been measured. You have committed many sins, but Sloth is the mortal sin that has done you in. Just below, discover your full sinful breakdown and learn what it is about you that codemns you to hell.

 

 

Greed: Medium 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Low 

Sloth: Medium 

Envy: Medium 

Lust: Medium 

Pride: Medium 

 

 

I guess I'm pretty boring!

 

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Your sin has been measured. You have committed many sins, but Lust is the mortal sin that has done you in. Just below, discover your full sinful breakdown and learn what it is about you that codemns you to hell.

 

Greed      High

Gluttony  High

Wrath      Low

Sloth      Medium

Envy      Medium

Lust      Very High

Pride      Medium

 

 

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We can be Slothful together then, Dwyn. At least, whenever we get around to it... *grins* (Although Lust was higher, too... I wonder why? *laughs*)

 

Greed: Medium 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Very Low 

Sloth: Medium 

Envy: Low

Lust: Medium 

Pride: Medium 

 

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Greed: Low 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Medium 

Sloth: Low 

Envy: Low 

Lust: Very Low 

Pride: Very Low 

 

LOL my highest was Wrath.

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ok this is going to make me look like a horrible person... but yeah, my lowest was a medium

 

Greed: High

Gluttony: High

Wrath: Very High

Sloth: High

Envy: Medium

Lust: Very High

Pride: High

 

the devil might want to go ahead and pack up his office

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Mmm...Gluttony...

 

Greed:  Medium 

 

Gluttony: High

 

Wrath: Medium

 

Sloth: Medium

 

Envy: Very Low

 

Lust: Low

 

Pride: Medium

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Guest Far Dareis Mai

I'm pretty much all alone out there...

 

Greed: High 

Gluttony: Medium

Wrath: Medium

Sloth: Very Low

Envy: Medium

Lust: Low

Pride: Medium

 

GIMME GIMME!!! ;)

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Your sin has been measured. You have committed many sins, but Wrath is the mortal sin that has done you in. Just below, discover your full sinful breakdown and learn what it is about you that condemns you to hell.

 

Greed:    Medium 

 

Gluttony: High

 

Wrath:   Very High

 

Sloth:    High

 

Envy:   Medium

 

Lust:   Very High

 

Pride:   High

 

I'd better work on Envy  ;D

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Your Sins are Revealed, Your Fate is Sealed.

Your sin has been measured. You have committed many sins, but Wrath is the mortal sin that has done you in. Just below, discover your full sinful breakdown and learn what it is about you that codemns you to hell.

 

Greed :: Medium

Gluttony :: Medium

Wrath :: Medium

Sloth :: Very Low

Envy :: Medium

Lust :: Low

Pride :: Medium

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Greed: High 

Gluttony: Medium 

Wrath: Medium 

Sloth: Medium 

Envy: Low 

Lust: Very High in a Green Way 

Pride: High 

 

 

Hmmm. I may have to take my scores to my therapist.

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the devil might want to go ahead and pack up his office

 

Don... You think _this_ is what makes you look like a horrible person? *laughs*

 

Nah, just kidding. *grins*

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Yay, a fellow Sloth!  *Hugs Ben T*  Of course, Lust was my second highest.  I've noticed that the married people tend to have lower Lust scores than the singles here.

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