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September 13th, 2005


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04:01 pm - Lover thing
So, tanrinia told me I had to do this:


The Liberated Lover

59% partner focus, 52% aggressiveness, 65% adventurousness
Based on the results of this test, it is highly likely that:

You prefer your romance and love to wild and daring rather than typical
or boring, you would rather pursue than be pursued and, when it comes
to physical love, your satisfaction comes more from providing a
wonderful time to your partner than simply seeking your own.

This places you in the Lover Style of: The Liberated Lover.

The Liberated Lover is a wonderful Lover Style, and forms the
kind of free-thinking, sexually-exciting, self-confident lover that
society once condemned but that a liberal-mind cherishes and exults.
The Liberated Lover is a treasure to find, though it can sometimes be
difficult to do so because they are often already engaged in
relationships or are in high-demand if "in the market."

In terms of physical love, the Liberated Lover is possibly the
most thrilling and demanding of all, with the one potential drawback
being that it is possible to feel 'overmatched' at times by their
prowess and selfless giving. Given trust and understanding, and the
right lover, the Liberated Lover can be a delight in bed.

Best Compatibility can probably be found with: The Exotic Lover (most of all) or the Carnal Lover, or the Suave Lover.

Congratulations!

Thanks Again! -- THE LOVER STYLE PROFILE TEST
My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 55% on partner focus
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 44% on aggressiveness
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 66% on adventurousness

Link: The Lover Style Profile Test written by donathos on Ok Cupid


So I did that for about 20 minutes instead of send out stuff for the Grove. Tisk, tisk.

Why must the job of Scribe come with distracting qualities?

*snickers*

Oh, and I was given a flower from Tahiti today. From a man. This is the first flower I've ever received from a man.

I've never received flowers from a woman I was dating. It struck me some time ago that women really ought to occasionally give their men flowers instead of just bitchin' about how they never get any. Like attracts like, you know.
Current Mood: amusedamused
Current Music: "Everybody's Got a Cousin in Miami", -JB

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From:chronarchy
Date:September 13th, 2005 08:56 pm (UTC)

Re: Supposely ...

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You may need my "paradigm shift ahead" icon to change society that much.
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From:zalon_draconis
Date:September 14th, 2005 02:06 am (UTC)

Re: Supposely ...

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Ironically, I was talking to my girlfriend about how she should get me flowers, and it turns out she was planning to surprise me with some, and now might not because I ruined the surprise.
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From:chronarchy
Date:September 14th, 2005 12:11 pm (UTC)

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One should never tell a significant other that they want flowers. If they do, then the SO suddenly feels like, if he/she gets the flowers, he/she is going to look like they're doing it just because they were asked, not because it comes from the heart.

Asking for things will shoot you in the foot every time, I'm afraid.

I know this because I used to get Tina flowers about once every two months, and when she'd accuse me of being unromantic, I'd feel horrid, but I'd say to myself, "I can't get flowers now. . . she'll think I'm just making up for previous mistakes!"

Amusingly, I once ordered her flowers on Monday to be delivered on Friday, and on Thursday night she accused me of being "unromantic". The flowers I got her suddenly made me feel like a jackass, and when I admitted this to her, she said, "Yeah, my first thought was that you'd gotten them for me because I said that."

You know, she didn't have to tell me that. *laughs*
From:perlgirlju
Date:September 14th, 2005 05:35 pm (UTC)

Re: Supposely ...

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One should never tell a significant other that they want flowers

Or anything else with 'romantic' strings attached.

Of course, this policy then bites you in the *ahem* when you don't get whatever display of affection you were hoping your SO would magically divine that you want.

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