One of the "quizzes" doing the rounds on FaceBook at the moment is "Your Life Quote" - which is fairly easily arrived at. You select the provided link, then "sign in with FaceBook" and it gives you a quote ... and, the good news is that if you don't like the quote you get .. you can go again (and possibly even again and again and again) to see if you like that quote better! I know I did! But why would people believe that something as generic as FaceBook is (as it must be) could provide something of personal significance? Who's your soulmate? Who makes you laugh the most? You get the idea. And you know they can only take names from your FB friends, possibly even friends of friends, or from your contacts (if you've allowed access). The whole idea intrigues me because I know (from my cyber-security friend) that you should never click on those links (they can be as dangerous as opening that email attachment) but I know I keep doing it!