what type of man are you? Are you the James Bond type or the Macgyver type?

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Ew ew! I can answer this! Easy question for a change!

Neither.

That makes no sense.

The question went on to specify Bond or MacGyver.

Seemed pretty simple to me.

Yes but it's a binary question. There is no "other".

Well, maybe my answer should be "that does not compute".

That would be, but you were so convinced you are neither one.

Because I am neither.

Ask my wife, she'll second that.

The sort that James Bond and MacGyver envy, and Chuck Norris is afraid of.

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Oh Points!  Well done!

Well done sir.

I'm more of a John Wayne/Grizzly Adams guy. Except the beard aspect of Adams. Can not grow one to save my life. Mustache is very robust though.

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