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Monday, June 19, 2006

More eHarmony -- Some excerpts from my personality profile

Well la de freakin da. I finish 1000 questions and finally I can see who my ideal mate would be. Here it is, kinda summarized by stuff I feel is interesting. There is like 10 pages of crap that I won't put in here because, to be honest, no one is gonna read it anyway. How lame would you have to be to do that?


Based on your profile, you are most compatible with women who fit the following descriptions:

Vitality and Security:
You need a woman who is honest and dependable. She is reliable, the kind of person who calls when she's going to be late. She's someone who's careful about her purchases and avoids debt. She has a good understanding of what it takes to make a relationship work.

Conflict Resolution: You'll be happiest with a woman who tries to avoid conflict altogether. When she does have a disagreement, she tries to keep the peace instead of adding fuel to the fire. Resolving the argument is generally more important to her than being right, but she will stand up for herself.

Sandy needs to work on losing a few arguments. She has too good of a memory.

Sociability: You'll be happiest with a woman who likes to spend time with old friends and make new ones. She might not always be the first to strike up a conversation with a stranger, but she is rarely tongue-tied once the conversation is underway. At parties, she's the type of person who isn't afraid to venture outside her group of friends.

Intellect: Your ideal mate is creative, rational and quick-witted. She generally makes decisions by gathering the relevant data, putting it into context and weighing the options. Other people might see her as someone who "overthinks" life, but she thinks it's important to come to logically supported conclusions. She has a wide variety of interests, such as science, philosophy and history.

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