Gifts.com Profiles Personalities

We’ve been seeing commercials for the gift shopping site, “Gifts.com”, and wanted to check it out. We pretended that we were someone else shopping for us and took the quiz to find out what we would like. If that sentence made no sense, we apologize. Anyway, the results were acceptable, if not perfect. Gifts.com thinks we are “a thinker” and suggested things like boardgames and sudoku puzzles. Since we play sudoku on our DS all the time, we can’t argue with the results. We do not, however, want most of the crap they suggested, so maybe Gifts.com only works if you’re buying shit for really stereotypical people…in which case you probably already have a good idea what they want. Still, it’s cute and likely will generate ideas for gifts that you might not have thought of on your own.—MEGHANN MARCO

Gift Personality Profiler [Gifts.com]

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  1. spanky says:

    Man, that thing sucks.

    I got “Domestic Diva” the first time. Horrible, stupid, and wrong. What’s with all the default questions being about cooking and jewelry?

    I think I might punch someone in the face if they gave me any of the gifts they suggested. In fact, I’m going to go punch someone in the face right now, just to be proactive.

  2. “I think I might punch someone in the face if they gave me any of the gifts they suggested. In fact, I’m going to go punch someone in the face right now, just to be proactive.”

    Domestic Diva? Never would have guessed. :>

  3. misskaz says:

    How funny, I just had to go through a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test this morning for work. Apparently I’m an ENFJ. Wonder what Gifts.com has for me?

  4. Mr. Gunn says:

    I tried it and found some neat stuff in the creative category, but it does seem like it’s more an idea that is lacking in execution.

  5. Am I a dork that I remember that I am an ‘INJF’ on the Briggs test?

    Gifts.com called me a geek.