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PERSONALITY DETERMINED BY YOUR BIRTH ORDER

By Martha Middlemouse

NEW MOUSE CITY—Are you a firstborn or a middle mouse? According to researchers at the Little Mouse Development Institute of New Mouse City, the order in which you were born into your family can help determine your personality.

“We’ve conducted a series of tests on mice between the ages of two and twenty-five. The results are astounding!” said assistant researcher Stacey Booksmart. Here are the official results of the study:

Firstborns, and only mice (mice who do not have any brothers or sisters)-- These mice love being the center of attention. They don’t like to share anything, especially their toys. They are excellent students who aim to please and they are very good at holding conversations with adults.

Middle mice -- These mice are more likely to compromise. They usually have lots of friends and work well in groups.

Youngest mice -- These mice like to be the class clown or the star of their families. They tend to be creative. They like to accomplish what their older siblings haven’t.

Are you an only mouse, or do you have siblings? Do any of the traits above describe you or your siblings?

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