How Many Marriages Will You Have in this Lifetime?
When faced with a dilemma your response is...
- Work to solve the problem, but sometimes when it becomes to hard you quit.
- See it through, figure out the problem and work to make it better all the way.
- I'd rather not deal with the issue there's always a way around it, avoiding problems is the best option.
- Rush it head on, fists wailing; solve first, talk later.
- You don't really solve the problem or run from it, you just beat arouund the bush until it dissipates.
How many relationships have you been in?
- 11 to 15
- 1 to 5
- 16 to 20
- I can't really call any of them "relationships".
- 6 to 10
After a fight with a significant other, you think of...
- How to reconcile and move on, there are better aspects to this relationship.
- Fights are always one-sided because you don't want to sour your relationship with a fight, he/she just needs time to get over it.
- Whatever, you're not in a relationship to fight with someone, you plan the break-up and continuing fishing.
- We say whatever we want, however we like, nobody really listens, we just need to rant.
- Mutually decide the trouble of a fight isn't worth it and drop the topic.
The most important thing in a relationship is...
When your significant other critques you on something your usual response is...
- Bring into question his/her own flaws, nobody is perfect.
- Just listen and comply so you can move on.
- Listen, if it drags on for too long you just zone him/her out.
- Listen, and try to make it right, truthfulness and positive energy keeps this relationship strong.
- Give him/her a cold shoulder, your not going to try to change your whole personality to suit his/her needs. He/she should just shut up and put up, or break up.
You introduce your significant other to your friends because...
- They both happen to be there so why not.
- You think he/she's cute and want your friends opinion.
- You find everything about them interesting and attractive, and that's something to brag about.
- You want to flaunt your new "catch".
- You want to measure how much your friends and your new girl/guy get along.
Your conversations are usually about...
- Lots of disagreement on whatever the topic is.
- Lots of flirting and not much else.
- Life and working to help each other out.
- Everyday things like what was on TV, a new movie, etc.
- Whatever he/she wants to talk about.
A fun night out usually includes...
- There hasn't been a night where I've decided how things went, but it's fine he/she is what makes me happy.
- It's usually what the other person wants, but you don't really mind.
- We throw out ideas and mix and match.
- Talking, flirting, and doing what both of you can enjoy.
- Some flirting, some kissing, and then some.
What most accurately describes the majority of your relationships.
- Long and laggy.
- Long and happy.
- Easy-in and easy-out.
- Short-lived and argumentative.
Your relationships usually end because...
- A big fight.
- Conflicting personalities are too much to bear.
- Circumstances that cause the relationship to end, but retension of friendship.
- She/he isn't your type.
- Not much of a future for it.
What do you look to get out of a relationship?
- Someone you can confide in.
- Mutual co-dependence.
- Someone you can trust.
- A fun time, enjoying each other's company.
- A fling.
The first thing you say to your significant other upon greeting is...
- How was your day?
- Let's do something.
- Random comment.
- What do you want to do?
- Something flirtatious.