Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Ain't I A Catch?

I couldn't resist taking this test (via Eric and Drew):



"Huh?"
The Billy Goat
Deliberate Brutal Sex Dreamer (DBSDm)

Horny. Stubborn. Kinda cute. Slightly immature. And often found on rough terrain. You are The Billy Goat.

You're lusty, but typically monogamous, and all in all you're a pretty good boyfriend. In fact, you enjoy relationships, if mostly for the sex and physical companionship. You'd do or say almost anything to get together with someone, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

You're sensitive, you have a certain boyish charm, and you're eager. Therefore you probably attract guys who are serious about romance. But few who get close to you realize how unready for total commitment you are. People fall for you. Meanwhile, you maintain your emotional distance, and there goes another box of tissues.

Your exact opposite:
The Loverboy

Random Gentle Love Master
You're perfectly capable of a long-haul relationship, but, right now, dating someone primarily means having a consistent, available, preferably not-too-chatty, hookup. You're a careful, methodical person, and you work hard at making things work. It's just that the type of man most likely to find your strengths endearing is also the most likely type to find your shortcomings heartbreaking. Someone with a similarly laid-back approach to dating would be perfect for you.


ALWAYS AVOID: The Mixed Messenger, The Slow Dancer, The Manchild

CONSIDER: The Playboy

Link: The 32-Type Dating Test by OkCupid - Free Online Dating.



When I read Drew's results, I was sure I'd be what he was, but I guess not. That or I had very atypical things on my mind while taking this test. Also, Drew is apparently on my "Always Avoid" list. There go my chances of ever hooking up with him, despite my mad blog-crush on him. *sigh* (Hehehe.)

2 comments:

Neil Morse said...

Oh, jeez. I came up as the Loverboy, and not only are you my exact opposite, I was instructed to stay far, far away from you.

*snorfle*

Drew said...

Aww, thanks! Sorry we're polar opposites, Dennis!