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?
The correct answer is, to my mind, “both”.
Anyway, here’s the result if anyone’s actually interested:
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.
Uh, it’s kind not a compromise if only one party compromises, is it?
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking. Whoever wrote that quiz was probably seriously scarred by misuse of the word “compromise” as code for “do it my way Or Else”. 😛
Yeah but picking “both” doesn’t tell us much about you.
Making you choose between ‘yours’ and ‘theirs’ however tells us a lot.
Yes… but that’s what “compromise” means. If both people aren’t giving something up, or gaining, it’s not a “compromise”.
Nod, I took the test just for the hell of it and was rather peeved at the all of the A/B choices, when there could have easily been a C, D and E.
I probably would’ve gotten the same result if I’d simply flipped a coin at each question… OK, heads, I pick A… tails, it’s B.