Andy, you are a Word Warrior.
This means you have exceptional verbal skills. You can easily make sense of complex issues and take an unusually creative approach to solving problems. Your strengths also make you a visionary.
But to get the "detailed report", I had to sign up for some other crap and pay money -- something not revealed before taking the test -- so I never followed up on it.
One year later, Tickle wrote me that my "account will soon be deleted".
Because you haven't signed in or taken a test within the past year, your account has been marked as inactive. If it remains inactive for another 30 days, we'll need to delete it.I did nothing.
One month later, I got another message from Tickle:
You took Tickle's Classic IQ Test a year ago! We want to celebrate by offering you an in-depth analysis of your IQ -- for FREE!Not exactly the account deletion I had expected. But again, I did nothing.
One month ago, I got yet another message from Tickle, advising me that my "account will soon be deleted".
We haven't seen you in a while... our records show that you last signed in to Tickle on March 1, 2006.
Because you haven't signed in or taken a test within the past year, your account has been marked as inactive. If it remains inactive for another 30 days, we'll need to delete it.
Apparently, unsubscribing counts as signing in, because that's the only thing I might have done. (I can't remember exactly everything I might have done a year ago.)
Today, one month later, I have another message from Tickle. Has my account been deleted?
Tickle is excited to introduce member profiles.I am not excited.
Tickle, kindly fuck off. Stop provoking my inner Word Warrior.
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