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  1. STP says:

    Mario or Luigi?

  2. Michelle and the City says:

    ooo i like this post. um…

    how do you feel about country music?


    how many times a month do you attend church?

    the answers to those questions could be definite deal breakers.

  3. lspoon says:


    Sadly I no longer have a need for the are we compatible questionnaire, as I’ve already found the one person in the world who is able to put up with my idiosyncrasies.

    Though on my questionnaire of the past, I’d probably have the questions…”are you ok with musicals?” and “name an actual musical.”

  4. Clink says:

    Well the TWO questions that were on my list (“are you a Republican?” and “are you a Red Sox fan?”) turned out to be complete CRAP because I am marrying someone who is both.

    The universe likes to mess with me. Often.

  5. theselittlemoments says:

    Clink, are you sure M and Michael aren’t twins?

    Cheese: take it or leave it?

    I could never be with a man who didn’t like cheese.

  6. Girl With Curious Hair says:

    Yet another great idea! In Iran this questionnaire is replaced by a bunch of nosy relatives (mostly women) who ask you an endless stream of questions. If you satisfy those, they introduce you to a crazy person you have nothing in common with.

    Also, Sex and the City sucks.

  7. JenBun says:

    My Question: (show your work; spelling counts!)

    If it gets to the stage that you actually get to see the inside of my room and sleep in my bed… are you okay sharing all of it– room, bed, me– with a goofy/sweet/slightly possesive pitbull? Because my dog HAS to sleep in bed with me, and she feels that she NEEDS to be pressed up right against me, and she will WIGGLE until she gets there. But maybe, just maybe, if you’re good, she’ll cuddle with you too.

    /question. Yes, it’s an essay.

  8. BS says:

    How do you feel about the snooze button?

    Would you ever order the same thing as your dining companion?

    Do you own flip flops?

    Apropos nothing, my word verification was “nypofarm,” which I somehow read as “nympho farm” – because I guess they have to grow them somewhere?…

  9. Penelope says:

    Warm weather or cold weather?

    College baskeball or NBA?

    College Football or NFL?

    Coke or pepsi?

  10. Max says:

    Do you consider yourself to be as funny as I think I am? Prove it.

    The obvious answer to #4 is sic the lemur on Lance Bass, drink the beer, and go for a swim. Grass is always greener on the other side of the river anyways.

  11. B2G says:

    My questions:

    Would you say spelling and grammar important to you?

    Do you want kids?

    It's probably not going to work out if the answers to those aren't definitive yeses. (<– Ew that word looks gross.)

  12. B2G says:

    Ha! I would make a typo on that. Is that real? ARE important. ARE.

  13. skinny says:

    my two questions will be:

    1) what’s your take on procrastination?

    2) travelling/vacationing overseas…. a must?

  14. Queen Vic says:

    Is there a situation where it is acceptable to wear socks with sandals? Describe.


    Is working out your biggest priority in life?

  15. mindy says:

    DO YOU LIKE ANIMALS? How much? Prove it.

    That’s what I’d say. Of course, I think my love of animals comes across when I show my dates 42 pictures of Otis in a sweater the first time we go out. Which often times is also the last time we go out. Hm.

  16. mindy says:

    Also – Jenbun, I like you. You seem like good people.

  17. Amy says:

    I think this test is a great idea!

    You are never going to believe this but do you remember the list of things I want to avoid in a potential mate that I wrote on facebook…the list that pissed you off? That list played a big role in me and my guy getting together. Seriously! Who’d a thunk it? I wrote it when I was totally bored, and it was an list designed to eliminate all the men with qualities that I’d like to avoid in a perfect world…which I thought would literally eliminate all the men in the world, but I guess I was wrong. Instead, I learned that I was darn near identical to this guy and lets face it…someone exactly like me is probably my best match because there is no one in this world that I love more than myself. Hahaha

    Start printing out your tests and hand them out to random strangers.

  18. Hope says:

    Do you have a passport?

    Closely followed by

    Would you mind if I held onto it for…forever?


  19. tiff says:

    what is your myspace address?

    do you drink pepsi?

    do you have season tickets to any local sports teams?

    how often do you get drunk?

    do you plan on talking more than me?

  20. JenBun says:

    Thanks, Mindy! Now I’m blushing. =)

  21. each of the two says:

    not that i need another probl…er, man in my life. I’ll bite (for the fun of it):

    I would be wary date a man that knew about Sex and the City.
    meh, not my idea, but i dont hate it.
    would be suprised it it (they) didnt.

    (figured no one else played the questionaire…)

  22. the frog princess says:

    Well, you see…

    First, I take Lance Bass across, because I wouldn’t trust him alone with the Beer, or the Lemur.

    Then I go back and get the beer.

    When dropping the beer off, I pick up Lance and take him back to the original side, because, like I said, I don’t trust him alone with the beer.

    I drop Lance off on the first side, grab the Lemur, and head back across.

    Theoretically this is the point where I leave the Lemur with the Beer, go back and get Lance, and then he, the Lemur, and I get drunk and swap stories about bad frat parties in college.

    But frankly I find him irritating, so I think I’ll leave him there.

    Plus he makes the lemur uncomfortable.

    My questions:

    Do you get irritated when people answer rhetorical questions?

    Define “just one drink.”

  23. kirbyann says:

    Wow, I think I love you a little.


    1. What is Dalton’s three rules?

    2. What does KITT stand for?

    3. Does the Grandfather receive redemption at the end of Flannery OConnor’s “A View of the Woods”?

    He would be my dream if he could answer me those questions. :) I’m easy to please

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