Which Rom-Com Describes Your Love Life?
What do you like to do in your free time?
- Explore my city with my friends! Museums, plays, and live music fill my weekend.
- I love baking or watching movies at home with my best friend.
- Shopping and going to upscale events are definitely my vibe.
- I love to party! Drinking with friends and going out dancing make me happiest—well, at least until the next morning.
How will you know when you've found "the one"?
- It will creep up on me! Usually, I'm friends with someone first, and then realize I like them.
- I'm so indecisive—If I like the attention, I guess that means I like them?
- If I experience a true connection with someone, or just have a special moment with them.
Which statement is most true for your love life?
- You should be best friends with the person you're dating.
- Sacrificing your sense of self is not worth it for love.
- It's always best to be honest—even if it makes things more difficult.
- When you work on yourself, love will follow.
Which rom-com star do you most identify with?
- Katharine Hepburn
- Molly Ringwald
- Tom Hanks
- Sandra Bullock
How do you feel about makeovers?
- I would maybe get one for a special event!
- I could probably use one.
- Unnecessary. I'm already perfect.
- I'm very particular, so I pretty much have my style down and won't let anyone tell me what to wear or do with my face.
When you fall in love with someone, what do you do?
- Write about it in my journal and do not tell anyone.
- Be provocative so they'll notice me.
- Make sure my friends approve before I move forward.
- Flirt. With a healthy dose of banter.
What type of person do you normally go after?
- I usually go for the "bad" boy or girl. Although, I do have a soft spot for shy sweethearts sometimes.
- I love sweet, hometown guys or girls next door.
- I love attractive, ambitious people. Especially if they're really smart.
- I don't think many people are good enough for me. Although, sometimes I surprise myself with the people I choose.
How do you act if you don't get your way?
- Cry about it. I may spend time alone or with someone I'm really close to.
- I will argue my way out of it.
- I always get my way.
- Get drunk or seek solace with my friend group—or both.
If you could travel to any time period, when would it be?
- The early 1800s! The balls, the gowns, the dashing men...
- I'd love to be a flapper girl or socialite in the 1920s or '30s.
- The '80s! I would totally be a yuppie and wear the coolest clothes.
- I'm happy right now!
Where do you see yourself putting down roots someday?
- Easy, a brownstone in New York City
- A grand mansion. But I would still love to travel, of course.
- A nice house in the suburbs
- I don't know if I'll ever settle down. But I probably should. So maybe... London?
If your life were a book, what kind would it be?
- A high school coming of age novel
- A witty exploration of class and gender
- A steamy—but somehow funny—romance novel
- A practical, bestselling lifestyle guide
What is your favorite romantic comedy?
- I can't just pick one romantic comedy! But I love "Never Been Kissed" or anything with Joseph Gordon Levitt.
- "Sleepless in Seattle". Both leads are so smart!
- I can't choose! I love edgier ones, like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" or even "Pretty Woman".
- Anything starring Audrey Hepburn.
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Rom-com (or, romantic comedy) is a film genre that explores romance and love, typically in a lighthearted way. Rom-coms have been popular as long as films have, but they met a peak near the 1990s and early 2000s. Usually, a young woman (or man) falls in love with another character and must overcome a series of hurdles to be with their one true love. Many romantic comedies are set in high school or in big cities such as New York, but there are always exceptions. Some emphasize comedy more, while some stay closer to real life, some begin with a one night stand, and some even keep the lovers apart, but someone always falls in love along the way. Some of the best romantic comedies in history include Sleepless in Seattle, Pretty Woman, Notting Hill, and When Harry Met Sally.