Or well done?
A number of years ago a friend and I were fooling around with the concept that someone's personality could give you enough information to work out how they liked their steak done.
We were both studying at the same institution at the time, and so a fair place to begin seemed to be the faculty. Probably most lecturers were deemed to be medium or medium rare, there were a few 'rares' in there, and one or two 'well dones' (to the point where a steak becomes a slab of smouldering charcoal).
There were also a few debatables in there ... those people who at first glance might have appeared to be medium to well done, but who, as you got to know them, were real surprise packets ... sometimes a 'rare' can be mistaken for a 'well done' if you don't stick a fork in and look beyond the surface.
Try your hand at the following, and post your answers:
*Kevin Rudd (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - Niu rou (Mandarin for 'beef'))
*Bono (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - Sunday, Bloody Sunday)
*Paris (A - Like, cooked; B - Ummm; C - Same colour as my handbag; D - Meat! Oohhh, yucky.)
*Barack Obama (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - Easy on the lipstick, pig)
*Jeannie Little (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - As it comes, darrrrllling!)
*John Howard (A - Well done; B - Well done; C - Well done; D - Same as Peter - pie & chips, please)
*Horatio Caine (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - No, it's my turn to ask the questions around here.)
*Condelleeza Rice (A - Well done; B - Medium; C - Medium rare; D - Lightly sizzled on the bonnet of a Humvee)