Answer These Difficult Love Questions and We'll Guess Your Personality Type
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What would you do if your partner wanted to have a three-person relationship with you and your best friend? How would you react if your parents told you that they didn't want to see you until you got rid of your spouse? If you found out your ailing partner cheated on you before they became ill, would you dump them or stick by their side?
The way you'd answer these difficult love questions reveals what your core personality values actually are. Those who prize loyalty above all are water personality types, who hold onto relationships even after they've become toxic. More fickle people fall into the fire personality camp. They're far too active to stay in a bad situation for long. Air personality types are more detached than the other three, meaning they're more flexible but also more unpredictable. And earth personality types stay grounded even in the most complicated situations since their innate practicality can't be shattered by any emotion — not even love.
Do you want to know which personality type you have? Then it's time to take a ride on this quiz! We're going to ask you some truly challenging love questions, so we can gauge who you really are when the chips are down. Think you can handle it? Let's dive in!
Your partner wants to go on a summer-long road trip with his best friend, a hottie with a crush on him. What do you tell him?
Imagine that you've been dating someone for four months. They tell you they love you. You're ... not sure if it's love yet. What do you say?
Let's say your partner's uncle just lost his job. Now he wants to move in with you ... for six months. Your partner is eager for this to happen. Do you agree?
What would you do if your partner wanted to have a three-person relationship with you and your best friend?
You have a crush on your boss that you thought was one-sided. Then, last night, they texted you that they have serious feels ... and they know you have them too! How do you respond?
Let's say you're 90 years old and you've never experienced real romantic love. You've been with your dull husband for 70 years. Do you dump him so you can date or stay with him out of loyalty?
If your partner insisted on making out with you in front of their friends, what would you say?
What's worse — dating a hot cheater, dating a boring person, or dating an emotionally confusing person who sends you mixed signals?
Even though your partner has a lot of accomplishments under their belt, they still seem to feel the need for constant reassurance. Can you handle it?
Imagine your new partner has a cat who wanders around screaming constantly. They've asked you to "get used to it," but the cat is disturbing your sleep. What's your move?
A mysterious stranger says they knew you in a past life. Because of that, they'll pay you a thousand dollars to go on just one date with them. Do you say yes?
Would you rather date someone a lot better-looking than you or a lot smarter than you?
You're thinking of settling down with someone, but there's one problem — they embarrass you in public because of their atrocious social skills. In short: stay or go?
Let's pretend all the Jonas Brothers are single. If you were in the market for a curly-haired love connection, which one of them would you date?
If your partner wouldn't ever try any food you cooked, you would say ... ?
At dinner with your bae, they wouldn't stop taking bites off your plate, so you playfully took a huge bite of their entree. Now they're furious. Who's right?
Pretend you've been dating someone for five years. Everything is going well, then one day they announce that they don't want to be with you unless you get a better job. Would you change for them?
If your partner hated your friend group, would you continue hanging out with them?
How would you react if your parents told you that they didn't want to see you until you got rid of your spouse?
Would you be uncomfortable dating someone with a much different class background?
Your partner always texts you when you're at work, keeping you from getting your tasks done. When you ask them to stop, they act hurt. Your response?
Do you think it matters who breaks up with who, or does being dumped mean you're the "loser" of the relationship?
You and your partner adopted a puppy (at your partner's request). Now you're the one stuck walking the pup and cleaning up after it. How do you handle this sitch?
If your long-term partner wouldn't marry you because they "didn't want to be tied down," would you try to change their mind or bounce?
Would you stay with someone who frequently borrowed money?
One potential love interest has a dangerous job with long hours. The other has a more normal job, but they seem to have many secrets. Which one do you date?
If you found out your ailing partner cheated on you before they became ill, would you dump them or stick by their side?
Your first love just moved back to town ... with their spouse. They want to strike up a friendship with you. Do you befriend this couple or nah?
Last summer, you started dating someone great. They're gorgeous, smart and compassionate. The only problem? They weep ... all the time. Is that a deal-breaker?
If your partner suggested that you "work out more," would that be the end of the relationship?
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