How do you know if you have what it takes to get famous ? You don't!
Luckily we are here to help you with these big life issues.
In Dutch you have a famous referral for someone who doesn't notice anything, namely: "gekke Henkie" which means 'crazy Henkie'. So if someone fools you obviously, you can say: "You don't think
I'm crazy Henkie?".
One of our life goals is to get as famous as Henkie: crazy enough to get fooled, but not psycho-crazy. He's the only famous national, but still anonymous, crazy person we refer to and we think that's great.
We all love to do these super obvious self-tests in magazines, where you fill in your super predictable answers and it takes forever to count your scores. We couldn't wait to create THE most important self-test you will ever find. The outcome doesn't give you any medical priority but hey, self knowledge is ... [pick one below].
Do people call you crazy? Do you feel crazy? Do you believe everything? Is the other voice inside your head saying that you're normal?
If one of these is true, sorry-but-not-sorry, choose A.
Is your (nick)name Henk? Do people call you Henkie? Or do people call you Henkie despite the fact that your name is Michael?
If one of these is true, then choose A.
Self knowledge is no guarantee of happiness (says Google) and probably a lifelong process. Hopefully you can join the club of 'gekke Henkies', but if not, just wash that depressing feeling off with a Random/Rude soap! Take care!