There are so many ways to say “I love you.” And everyone does it a little differently. What’s your special way of showing love? Take this quiz and find out! Your best friend moves to a different state - how do you stay in touch? I send care packages. I make time to chat every week. I help them move and visit them regularly. I send them postcards about how much I miss them. When someone you just met gives you a long, tight hug - how do you react? Ugh - get off me!. Ok... a little awkward, but ok. Mmm... that's nice. I feel like this could grow into a beautiful friendship!. Your significant other has a case of the sniffles. How do you make them feel better? A good hug and a back rub. I do all the chores so they don't have to. I tell them jokes. I take the day off to take care of them. Family friends are letting you crash with them for a few weeks. How do you thank them? Flowers or a bottle of wine. I help them around the house. I write them a heartfelt letter. I treat them to a fun outing. What types of gifts make your heart feel warm and fuzzy? The pricier the gift, the fuzzier my heart. Anything handmade. Passes for a personal service like a massage. Pick from the following professions: Journalist. Retail Manager. Massage Therapist. Psychotherapist. You just met someone at a bar who you really like. How do you approach them? With a cheesy, but irresistible line. I buy them a drink. I "accidentally" run into them. I offer to call them a cab at the end of the night. What do you want significant others to know about you fairly early in the relationship? The types of things I like. The kind of help I need. The style of communication I prefer. When to come close and when to leave me alone. What is something that you do that sometimes makes people uncomfortable? I'm a bit touchy. My gifts are sometimes too lavish. I come off too strong with my words. I can be a bit clingy. How would you prefer to help a homeless person? By helping them find a job. By giving them inspirational books. By giving them money. By giving them a comforting pat on the back.