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The Dating Persona Test
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The Window Shopper
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Loving, hopeful, open. Likely to carry on an romance from afar. You are The Window Shopper.

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"Two thieves are arrested for identical crimes. Criminal A stole for his hungry family. Criminal B stole for himself. Should Criminal A serve less time?"

^ that could be a topic all by itself.

anyway that was kinda fun. I'm a "Sonnet". Seems mostly fitting, especially the dreamer part

i'm definitely not selfless tho
Posted 7/16/13

epicrevenge wrote:

The Window Shopper
Random Gentle Love Dreamer (RGLD)
Loving, hopeful, open. Likely to carry on an romance from afar. You are The Window Shopper.



Ohmygoshohmygoshohmygosh

Finally, another window shopper!
Posted 7/16/13

Sogno- wrote:

"Two thieves are arrested for identical crimes. Criminal A stole for his hungry family. Criminal B stole for himself. Should Criminal A serve less time?"

^ that could be a topic all by itself.

anyway that was kinda fun. I'm a "Sonnet". Seems mostly fitting, especially the dreamer part

i'm definitely not selfless tho


Yes, yes it could and to answer that question, I say Criminal A shouldn't be punished as much as B.
He's trying to look out for others/feed his family. He had no choice, he wasn't just gonna let them suffer when there was something he could do about it- even though it was illegal, it was still his only option (or at least it seems so).
I particularly have a soft spot for this kind of criminal.
Though it depends, cause what about Criminal A? What if he had no choice, just like B and was trying to survive too?
For that, they should serve less time than they would on different circumstances.
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slow dancer !
Posted 7/16/13 , edited 7/16/13

SuzumeAkihana wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

"Two thieves are arrested for identical crimes. Criminal A stole for his hungry family. Criminal B stole for himself. Should Criminal A serve less time?"

^ that could be a topic all by itself.

anyway that was kinda fun. I'm a "Sonnet". Seems mostly fitting, especially the dreamer part

i'm definitely not selfless tho


Yes, yes it could and to answer that question, I say Criminal A shouldn't be punished as much as B.
He's trying to look out for others/feed his family. He had no choice, he wasn't just gonna let them suffer when there was something he could do about it- even though it was illegal, it was still his only option (or at least it seems so).
I particularly have a soft spot for this kind of criminal.
Though it depends, cause what about Criminal A? What if he had no choice, just like B and was trying to survive too?
For that, they should serve less time than they would on different circumstances.


Imo I said stealing was stealing but if I were to fully explain why, I would definitely need another topic. In my opinion, each member of a family should look out for themselves while one person should look out for only themselves. Why couldn't they just go hunt some shit, or pick it from the woods? Those things are easy to do. The gov does make it difficult for a person to get by without having to give to someone else, but it's still possible. Still, I have to wonder how this relates to one's personality..they probably call someone "brutal" for thinking what I thought, as someone who may be only going off of what they were told (which, to most, is that Criminal A is more innocent) would give them less time, if they would opt to give them ANY.

Furthermore, if Criminal A is so against the system, he should ransack the place when they're present and not give a flying fuck. Sure, it might land him in jail, but who wouldn't rather go in glory than in shame? Stick to your honor.

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Is it working for others? I get an error on the site when clicking on the link.
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anti-lambsacrifice wrote:

Imo I said stealing was stealing but if I were to fully explain why, I would definitely need another topic. In my opinion, each member of a family should look out for themselves while one person should look out for only themselves. Why couldn't they just go hunt some shit, or pick it from the woods? Those things are easy to do. The gov does make it difficult for a person to get by without having to give to someone else, but it's still possible. Still, I have to wonder how this relates to one's personality..they probably call someone "brutal" for thinking what I thought, as someone who may be only going off of what they were told (which, to most, is that Criminal A is more innocent) would give them less time, if they would opt to give them ANY.



True, they could have hunted.
Both criminals are equally guilty, though, unless Criminal B had the money, but just didn't feel like paying.
I'd like to know how it relates to personality, as well. I guess on the quiz they just wanted us to assume different situations we created, ourselves.
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SuzumeAkihana wrote:


anti-lambsacrifice wrote:

Imo I said stealing was stealing but if I were to fully explain why, I would definitely need another topic. In my opinion, each member of a family should look out for themselves while one person should look out for only themselves. Why couldn't they just go hunt some shit, or pick it from the woods? Those things are easy to do. The gov does make it difficult for a person to get by without having to give to someone else, but it's still possible. Still, I have to wonder how this relates to one's personality..they probably call someone "brutal" for thinking what I thought, as someone who may be only going off of what they were told (which, to most, is that Criminal A is more innocent) would give them less time, if they would opt to give them ANY.



True, they could have hunted.
Both criminals are equally guilty, though, unless Criminal B had the money, but just didn't feel like paying.
I'd like to know how it relates to personality, as well. I guess on the quiz they just wanted us to assume different situations we created, ourselves.


Just because he had the money doesn't mean he should fully yield to a bullshit system imo, nor should he attempt to rely on it at all. But then, most people are happy getting just most of what they deserve - so I won't go any deeper (assuming there's anything deeper to uncover) than I already have. Lol I really think whoever made this test was a biased fuck.
Posted 7/16/13

anti-lambsacrifice wrote:

Just because he had the money doesn't mean he should fully yield to a bullshit system imo, nor should he attempt to rely on it at all. But then, most people are happy getting just most of what they deserve - so I won't go any deeper (assuming there's anything deeper to uncover) than I already have. Lol I really think whoever made this test was a biased fuck.


Yep, cause he really didn't give enough information to make a fair decision.
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I don't want that.
I was elaborating on things I didn't like about the quiz.
I went over it again and found I could leave everything blank and it would still demand an age including day and month (It seems to not make a difference to the quiz when you were born or how old you are, even if you are over 100 years old).
It needed an age and not a personality.
and it didn't care about the age.
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Haha.. my friends all say I'm f*cked up when it comes to sex and relationships
but it looks like (at least according to OkCupid) I'm perfectly healthy!!
They on the other hand.. didn't want to post their results! lol!!

Most of this so so true it's kinda scary!

The Playstation
Random Gentle Sex Master (RGSM)

Easy to turn on. Hard to beat. You are The Playstation.
You’re a nice girl, and you have lots of sex. It’s therefore highly likely that you’re attractive, and you’re certainly outgoing & friendly. Plus, this healthy physical attitude of yours indicates deeper emotional well-being and stability. Unheard of. When guys dare to dream, they dream of you.
You don’t get attached too easily, and, to wit, you’re not necessarily looking for something long-term right now. That’s a bigger asset than you know. Though, physically speaking, you’re open to anything, you’re keeping your emotional side well-protected. This means there won’t be a lot of wreckage to clean up whenever you decide to settle down.
In the meantime, the men you share yourself with actually respect you. Like them, you enjoy sex for its own sake and don’t need any other validation for pleasure than pleasure itself. Hopefully, you have the good sense to blow off anyone who thinks less of you for that. Usually, this is the part of the description where we offer some life-correcting advice, but honestly, we can’t think of anything about you we’d change. Keep on f*cking, partner.
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The Boy Next Door
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The Boy Next Door
Kind, yearning, playful, you are The Boy Next Door. You’re looking for real Love, a lot like girls do. It might not be manly, but it’s sweet.
We think the next three years will be very exciting and fruitful ones for you. Your spontaneous, creative side makes you a charming date, and we think you have a horny side just waiting to shine. Or glisten, rather. You enter new relationships unusually hopeful, and the first moments are especially glorious. If you’ve had some things not work out before, so what.
On paper, most girls would name the Boy Next Door as their ideal mate. In the real world, however, you’re often passed over for more dangerous or masculine men. You’re the typical “nice guy:” without just a touch of cockiness, you’re doomed with girls. A shoulder to cry on? Okay, sure. But never a penis to hold.
More than any other type, Boys Next Door evolve as they get older. As we said, many find true love, but some fail miserably in the search. These tarnished few grow up to be The Men Next Door, who are creepy as hell, offering back rubs to kids and what not.

hmm it was entertaining haha for the most part it's pretty accurate although my issue tends to be cockiness not the lack of it :x
with no further comments or explanations high-five to all other Boys Next Door? And for those still "evolving" don't turn into dem creepy Men Next Door LOL
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The Boy Next Door huh. Can't say that bodes well for my love life, if I ever have one. And could they pick a more goofy picture for that?
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"you have an average amount of experience for your age"
20. 1 kiss. Nothing else.

Go home okcupid. You're drunk.
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