Choose Your Fave Celeb Couple to Reveal Your Temperament

Are you Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholic or Phlegmatic? 

Ancient Greek Physician Hippocrates taught that four bodily fluids, called humours, were responsible for health and personality. An excess or deficiency of these — namely blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm — could cause all kinds of unpleasant unbalances in your temperament.

Are these humours as relevant today as they were back in Ancient Greece? Choose your favourite celeb couple below to find out!


Priyanka Chopra and Nick JonasIMG_3404You’re sanguine! You’re full of blood, which is produced exclusively by your liver. You have a moist and warm quality about you. Your season is spring. 


Chris Pratt and Katherine SchwarzeneggerIMG_3405
You’re choleric! You’re dripping with yellow bile produced by your over-active spleen. Be sure to take care of it by eating cooked meals. You’re generally warm and dry. 


Elon Musk and GrimesIMG_3402
You’re melancholic! You’re chock full of black bile. Blame your gallbladder for your cold, depressive qualities. Your season is gloomy, gloomy autumn. 


Ariane Grande & Pete DavidsonIMG_3401
You’re phlegmatic! You’re cold and moist on account of your brain and lungs. But think and breath easy: You’re also apathetic so you probably don’t even care. 


Scammers are Artists, too.

I’ve been getting a lot of spam from scammers lately. Reading these eloquently constructed, high concept emails, I’m starting to understand why they are called scam “artists”. They truly are masters of the written word. I still think they could benefit from the guidance of an expert in the craft, however, so I’ve taken the liberty below to critique these pieces and provide helpful feedback that they could incorporate to make their very-true stories even more compelling (and grammatically correct)…

Dr. Mikko Juho needs some serious grammatical help for his VERY IMPORTANT MATTER:


Before Ally Berg can be friends/companions/pen pals, she’ll need to focus on proofreading:


Mr (sic) Anvanith Gui has some issues with specificity: