Why is judging others a national past time? We all know it's something we shouldn't do, but we can't help it. Our brains are wired to make snap decisions about a person. It's fine if you're willing to be open-minded and change your opinion as you get to know them. But it can be an issue if you revel in finding faults in others.
Did you think this fella was the most intelligent? He at least seems to be the nicest, as he won't cause someone to plummet to the Earth. Also, he's the only one who didn't climb up while holding a saw, which seems pretty bright.
If you chose this person, you're a bit of an introvert. You may give up and give in easily, like this guy who's just waiting for the branch to fall. You don't like to speak up, as you prefer peace and quiet. You also likely have an honest and kind heart.
If you agree, it's because you're persistent. You're the type that will hang in there until the end, no matter what. You have a knack for looking at every scenario and planning outside of the box. This type of personality is well-suited for the business world.
If you chose him, then you're a bit of a rebel. You're a natural contrarian, going against the mainstream. You may shoot yourself in the foot that you often put in your mouth sometimes, but you insist on doing things your own way.
Lastly, what does it say about your personality if you didn't choose any of these people to be the smartest? Well, it means you're indecisive. Don't worry, sometimes no choice is the best choice... or is it? I'm massively indecisive myself. I get it. The struggle is real.