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(Meme) Lovers...



FACT:
You embody the German principle of Konstantzusammenschaft, which is best described in English (without using the obscure English word "sammenschaft") as "eternal togethermanship".
The Loverboy
Random Gentle Love Master (RGLMm)

Well-liked. Well-established. You are The Loverboy. Loverboys thrive in committed, steady relationships--as opposed to, say, Playboys, who want sex without too much attachment.

You've had many relationships and nearly all of them have been successful. You're a nice guy, you know the ropes, and even if you can be a little hasty with decisions, most girls think of you as a total catch. Your hastiness comes off as spontaneity most of the time anyhow, making you especially popular in your circle of friends, too.

Your exact opposite:
The Billy Goat

Deliberate Brutal Sex Dreamer
You know not to make the typical Loverboy mistake of choosing someone who appreciates your good humor and popularity, but who offers nothing in return. You belong with someone outgoing, independent, and creative. Otherwise, you'll get bored. And then instead of surprising her with flowers or a practical joke, you'll surprise her by leaving.


ALWAYS AVOID: The Nymph

CONSIDER: The Window Shopper, The Peach


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

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eating_lipstick
Oct. 4th, 2006 03:27 pm (UTC)
"You've had many relationships and nearly all of them have been successful."
How does that work, then?
angusabranson
Oct. 4th, 2006 04:39 pm (UTC)
Strangely enough I'd say that saying was actually true.

Pretty much all of my longer term relationships (8 months +) have been very successful and enjoyable. OK, we may have gone our separate ways at the end but most of my ex's and myself are still in touch and on good/friendly terms.

Even out of the ones I don't talk to anymore (mainly due to having lost contact) there's only one who really doesn't like me and there are reasons for that (even if the ones she thinks are the reasons are not actually the correct reasons...).

I've had some very enjoyable relationships which have been great fun, great companionship and I wouldn't trade them for the world. The end of a relationship doesn't have to be all screams, name calling and finger-nails. Every single relationship (bar one actually) has ended very friendly and very mutally. The main cause has been wanting other things in life that the other partner didn't want or just having grown through the relationship where both parties have taught the other what they need to know and are then looking for the next experience/commitment.

To be fair (although I'm not sure what this actually says about me...) most of my ex's have gone and settled down with their next partner. My first proper girlfriend whom I split up with (after living with her for about 15 months) then went out with my best friend and is now married to him after 14 years of being together. The one after that has been going out with her partner (another friend) for 12 years now. The third was the exception as she had a few other boyfriends before finally settling down and having a kid. The fourth married her next boyfriend a couple of years ago after going out with him for about 7 or 8 years. Delphine (my fifth major relationship) has been living with her new boyfriend for 2-3 years now whom she started seeing after about 8 months after she moved back to France. My last major girlfriend is still with the guy she met after me (although that's only been 14/15 months so far) but things are going very well and they were talking about moving in together so you never know.

I'm feeling a bit like the watering hole now.

Great...:p
eating_lipstick
Oct. 4th, 2006 04:45 pm (UTC)
It looks like you've collected some friends for life, and that can only be a good thing.
As I've never been out with anyone for more than a few months (see my quiz results!), i find the whole concept of being friends with my exes very difficult to comprehend!
saffrongraphics
Oct. 4th, 2006 08:13 pm (UTC)
How wonderful that you're on good terms with your ex's. I do envy you.

About half of mine stormed off bitterly and seem to be carrying some terrible resentment on their backs. They manage this for years without losing the nasty edge. Completely confuses me!
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