Are you a Fraggle or a Doozer?

Unlike Fraggles, Doozers love to work all day long; and they hate playing games. With the help of various Doozer machines and vehicles, they build elaborate constructions all over Fraggle Rock, like towers, buildings, roads and bridges.

Their building materials, Doozer Sticks, are made of radish dust. Doozer Sticks are the Fraggles’ favorite snack, and they love to eat the buildings that Doozers build. The Doozers don’t mind their buildings being eaten; if the Fraggles didn’t eat the constructions, the Doozers would run out of building space.

Doozers and Fraggles usually show very little respect towards each other. It’s very rare for Fraggles and Doozers to make friends.

The Doozers all work together in a society that values cooperation in order to further the common good (which is very much contrary to the Fraggles, who place a high value on individualism and independence).

The Doozers pride themselves on the good work that they do, but no Doozer is allowed to take personal credit for their work – that would mean that they thought their work was better than everyone else’s, and would be destructive to the communal spirit. Competition is seen as a vice that occasionally afflicts Doozers. Again, this is very unlike the Fraggles, who love to have races and competitions, and who take pride in their individual jobs and passions.

Are you a Fraggle or a Doozer?

Do you keep creating stuff that gets eaten by those big Fraggles?

Should you stop building stuff out of Radish Sticks, so it doesn’t get eaten? How will you avoid running out of space?

Do you keep eating stuff those little Doozers build?

Do you think of yourself as a cool media Fraggle… but keep having to take a deep breath and quash fleeting realisations that you’re actually a Doozer and what you do is fundamentally pointless unless you change something???

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