Autumnfox (foxymoonheart) wrote,
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Dating quiz

My own commentary on these results follow the table.

Your dating personality profile:

Liberal - Politics matters to you, and you aren't afraid to share your left-leaning views. You would never be caught voting for a conservative candidate.
Big-Hearted - You are a kind and caring person. Your warmth is inviting, and your heart is a wellspring of love.
Intellectual - You consider your mind amongst your assets. Learning is not a chore but a constant search after wisdom and knowledge. You value education and rationality.
Your date match profile:

Liberal - You need a person who has liberal opinions and beliefs. You are engaged by political discussions and would find a liberal viewpoint refreshing in a date.
Practical - You are drawn to people who are sensible and smart. Flashy, materialistic people turn you off. You appreciate the simpler side of living.
Intellectual - You seek out intelligence. Idle chit-chat is not what you are after. You prefer your date who can stimulate your mind.
Your Top Ten Traits

1. Liberal
2. Big-Hearted
3. Intellectual
4. Practical
5. Outgoing
6. Sensual
7. Wealthy/Ambitious
8. Religious
9. Traditional
10. Athletic
Your Top Ten Match Traits

1. Liberal
2. Practical
3. Intellectual
4. Big-Hearted
5. Shy
6. Funny
7. Traditional
8. Sensual
9. Wealthy/Ambitious
10. Romantic

Take the Online Dating Personality Quiz at Dating Diversions

Strange that I got liberal as my highest trait, as I definitely consider myself a moderate. While I do lean more toward the liberal, I prefer to vote based upon the issues, not upon one's political label. Case in point, I actually prefered Bush Sr. over Clinton, even if I have no love for his son's agenda.

I don't really consider myself very outgoing, although I would like to get back into martial arts, as well as hiking more.

I'm not really that sensual, although I do love cuddling, and of course I do have my fetishes (and no, I won't discuss them here).

The religious trait is interesting. I do feel a need for something in my life, but exactly what, I'm not entirely sure. I tend to view most of my religious ideas as poetry rather than dogma, a metaphor to understanding one's self and, hopefully, help improve it.

Traditional may or may not apply. There are some old things I have a fondness for (music, fedoras, cars, etc), but I don't really think it's a requirement.
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