Are you a good date?

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    Are you a good date?



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    Results of "The Test"
    Are you a good date?

    Your score = 100



    What does your score mean?

    Everyone's grandma would agree; you're a keeper. You're courteous, kind, and truly interested in your dates' feelings. When cruising the single's market, you put your best self forward and it probably pays off. You don't try to put on a big show and be someone you're not, and avoid the clichéd pick-up lines that never work. ("Your father must have been a thief - he stole diamonds and put them in your eyes" - come on!) You focus your energy on your date and give them a real shot at winning your heart, show genuine interest in the other person and hold back from bombarding them with stories of past loves gone horribly wrong. Your dates surely appreciate the level of respect you show - although, unfortunately, it doesn't guarantee a wildly successful love life. So if you've found the love of your life, congrats on a job well done. If not, hang in there. Someone will eventually see what a gem you are!
     
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    What does your score mean?

    You're certainly guided by good intentions when it comes to the dating scene, and usually try your best to treat your dates with respect. They key word here is usually - you occasionally slip up and use slightly sneaky tactics to get your way. You would consider fibbing to get out a date if something better comes up, or date someone to get to their friend. While you try to maintain a certain level of decency, you secretly believe that all is fair in love and war. So when you need to get in the trenches, you do. There's no harm in this attitude, as long as you always try to do the right thing and avoid trampling on other peoples' hearts. As you well know, what goes around comes around.
     
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    How much of a liar are you?

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    What does your score mean?
    Remember the boy who cried wolf? Along the same vein, Aesop once wrote, "A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth." You're not a hard-core fibber, but you do give in to the temptation to blur the truth from time to time. You may convince yourself that it's only human and no real harm is done, but in reality you could be causing problems in your relationships. Once you're caught telling a falsehood, people will place less trust in your word. And, of course, there is the tendency even the most innocent of lies have to snowball and end up doing more damage than intended. Consider the consequences of your fabrications, and put some thought into changing your behavior. Since your score was in the middle, you're already halfway there.
     
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    Are you a good date?

    Your score = 90






    What does your score mean?
    Everyone's grandma would agree; you're a keeper. You're courteous, kind, and truly interested in your dates' feelings. When cruising the single's market, you put your best self forward and it probably pays off. You don't try to put on a big show and be someone you're not, and avoid the clichéd pick-up lines that never work. ("Your father must have been a thief - he stole diamonds and put them in your eyes" - come on!) You focus your energy on your date and give them a real shot at winning your heart, show genuine interest in the other person and hold back from bombarding them with stories of past loves gone horribly wrong. Your dates surely appreciate the level of respect you show - although, unfortunately, it doesn't guarantee a wildly successful love life. So if you've found the love of your life, congrats on a job well done. If not, hang in there. Someone will eventually see what a gem you are!

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    Of course, I don't date anymore, being married... but my wife sure likes me! :D
     
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    Everyone's grandma would agree; you're a keeper. You're courteous, kind, and truly interested in your dates' feelings. When cruising the single's market, you put your best self forward and it probably pays off. You don't try to put on a big show and be someone you're not, and avoid the clichéd pick-up lines that never work. ("Your father must have been a thief - he stole diamonds and put them in your eyes" - come on!) You focus your energy on your date and give them a real shot at winning your heart, show genuine interest in the other person and hold back from bombarding them with stories of past loves gone horribly wrong. Your dates surely appreciate the level of respect you show - although, unfortunately, it doesn't guarantee a wildly successful love life. So if you've found the love of your life, congrats on a job well done. If not, hang in there. Someone will eventually see what a gem you are!
     
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    Results of "The Test"
    Are you a good date?

    Your score = 75
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    What does your score mean?

    You're certainly guided by good intentions when it comes to the dating scene, and usually try your best to treat your dates with respect. They key word here is usually - you occasionally slip up and use slightly sneaky tactics to get your way. You would consider fibbing to get out a date if something better comes up, or date someone to get to their friend. While you try to maintain a certain level of decency, you secretly believe that all is fair in love and war. So when you need to get in the trenches, you do. There's no harm in this attitude, as long as you always try to do the right thing and avoid trampling on other peoples' hearts. As you well know, what goes around comes around.
     
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