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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
Can you spot a honey trap?
If you were a cricketer and met a beautiful girl who was interested in you, would you get suspicious?
A lady comes up to you during a match and asks for your autograph. What do you say?
"Shall I sign in blood?"
"Autographs are for people who struggle to find an identity for themselves. You have a powerful one. Explore it instead of handing me useless bits of paper."
"Are you sure that's all you want?"
A stranger comes up to you during dinner at the hotel restaurant and asks if she can join you because she hates eating alone. What do you say?
"What's wrong with eating alone? It's a sign of independence. You should try it"
"Sure. In fact, I was just going to order room service"
"Eating is for people who want to live"
A woman you've known for a short while asks you to meet some businessmen friends of hers. What do you say?
"Mixing business with pleasure, eh?"
"I like that you're interested in entrepreneurship"
"I used to be in business once. The business of love"
Your lady friend asks you about pitch conditions and line-up. Do you give her the information?
Yeah, Warnie did and look where he is today
No. She should try to figure them out for herself
Giving is overrated
She asks if you'd like to bet on your own team's performance. After all, you'll have some control over the result. What do you think?
I like how she motivates me to perform better
Just like a woman to find what advantages her in any situation
No, that will give me an unfair advantage over other betters. And that goes against the principle of equality
At an ICC anti-corruption briefing, you are asked if you know what a "honey trap" is. What do you answer?
"A derogatory term made up by people who want to keep women powerless and subjugated"
You're then told that the term "honey trap" is used for an attractive woman used to lure sportsmen into fixing, and asked if you now understand the dangers. What do you say?
"No more dangerous than any man who thinks he's god's gift to womankind"
"No more dangerous than a woman who's happy to break your heart into a million pieces"
"No more dangerous than being a talented sportsman with drop-dead looks"
What is your opinion of the fashion shows and lavish parties hosted during a popular Twenty20 league every year?
Party time, ladies!
Too much "happiness" in such places. I can't take it
I hate them for the blatant exploitation and objectification on display
You notice your team-mate's girlfriend frequently steps out to take phone calls. What do you think these conversations are about?
How does it matter? A person has the right to her privacy, doesn't she?
She's cheating on him
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