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Day: January 30, 2004

More quizzage

So telynor pointed me at this page. I found a lot of the questions rather annoying, as they a) assume monogamy, and b) occaisionally offered an either-or question to which the answer was in the middle. I was particular put off by:

A Relationship requires compromise. Whose?
a. Yours
b. Theirs

The correct answer is, to my mind, “both”.

Anyway, here’s the result if anyone’s actually interested:

The Gentleman
Deliberate Gentle Love Master

Steady & mature. You are The Gentleman.

For anyone looking for an even-keeled, considerate lover, you’re their man. You’re sophisticated. You know what you want both in a relationship and outside of it. You have a substantial romantic side, and you’re experienced enough sexually to handle yourself in that arena, too. Your future relationships will be long-lasting; you’re classic “marrying material,” a prize in the eyes of many.

It’s possible that behind it all, you’re a bit of a male slut. Your best friends know that in relationships you’re fundamentally sex-driven. You’re a safe, reliable guy, who does get laid. In a lot of ways, you’re like a well-worn, comfortable pair of socks. Did you ever jack off into one of those? All the time.

Your exact opposite:
The Last Man on Earth

Your ideal mate is NOT a nut-job. She is giving and loving, like you, but also experienced. Avoid the The Battleaxe at all fucking costs.

But not a *real* green dress, that’s cruel!

You’ve just one a million dollars, tax free!

1. Who do you call first?

kitanzi, of course!

2. What is the first thing you buy for yourself?

If it actually happened *today*? Two first class tickets to London for the filkcon next week.

Aside from that, I’d pay off all the bills and credit cards and so forth, and then probably look at buying a house.

3. What is the first thing you buy for someone else?

Depends on what she wants.

4. Do you give any away? If yes, to whom?

Eventually. See #5.

5. Do you invest any?

After everything’s paid for, including the house, whatever’s left goes into low-risk investments, with the intent of using the interest to supplement income. (Just $1 million isn’t enough to quit my job, so I’ll just use it to be even more comfortable, and be able to help my friends who need help when they do.

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