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Annacia
17-11-03, 07:24
Go here:
http://www.queendom.com/cgi-bin/tests/test.cgi

Results of "The Test"
How commited are you?

Your score = 100

What does your score mean?
You're as dependable and committed as Hilary Clinton. You're generally not afraid to stick things out, whether it's a romantic relationship, job or any other life decision. You are naturally loyal by default; you assume when you're dating someone, for example, that it's an exclusive arrangement. You may realize that not everyone shares your outlook, but you just feel better living that way. The benefits of committing, after all, can outweigh the perks of having complete freedom. Sure, you can hook up with a different person every night, but would any of those people be there to rub your back when you're sick, or know your favorite ice cream flavor? You can move from apartment to apartment, but how will you ever get to know your neighbors? Overall, your unswerving outlook is mature and will likely bring you plenty of happiness. Just be sure not to get stuck in any ruts out of pure complacency.

chocco
17-11-03, 10:42
Hi Annacia....the link didn't work!

lost_raider1299
17-11-03, 13:18
Hi http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

I tried the link but all i got was - Sorry, there was no data sent. This either means that some error occurred during the transfer over the Internet (in this case, send the form again) or that you instructed your browser not to send any personal information. In the latter case, you will need to change your browser setting before the test is scored. -

I never really did understand pc talk :confused:

dmc444
17-11-03, 13:25
Try

http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/commitment.html

lost_raider1299
17-11-03, 13:32
hx dmc http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

i got 85 http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

lost_raider1299
17-11-03, 13:34
oops thx http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

dmc444
17-11-03, 13:40
:D I scored 100 :D

Nicky
17-11-03, 13:45
I got 80 ;)

tlr online
17-11-03, 13:55
Your score = 15

This probably won't shock your socks off, but you're a commitment-phobe. The idea of seriously committing gives you the jeebies; you place the highest value on your precious freedom, and the last thing you want is to be smothered by obligations to other people. You're not at the point where you can make any promises to stick to one partner, place of residence or career. There are numerous possible reasons for this uncertainty: you may simply be going through a phase where you don't want to be tied down. In this case, you will likely grow out of it when the novelty of change and adventure wears off. Another possibility is that you just haven't found your "thing" yet - the right job, home, or the love of your life. In this case, chances are that your day to settle down will come. If your hesitation, on the other hand, is an ingrained part of your personality, then you may never have any desire to settle down. This is fine - as long as you're happy with things the way they are. Whatever the root of your lack of commitment, just be sure that you're honest with other people. Don't make any lofty promises you don't intend to keep.

chocco
17-11-03, 13:56
I got 75.
You're as dependable and committed as Hilary Clinton. You're generally not afraid to stick things out, whether it's a romantic relationship, job or any other life decision. You are naturally loyal by default; you assume when you're dating someone, for example, that it's an exclusive arrangement. You may realize that not everyone shares your outlook, but you just feel better living that way. The benefits of committing, after all, can outweigh the perks of having complete freedom. Sure, you can hook up with a different person every night, but would any of those people be there to rub your back when you're sick, or know your favorite ice cream flavor? You can move from apartment to apartment, but how will you ever get to know your neighbors? Overall, your unswerving outlook is mature and will likely bring you plenty of happiness. Just be sure not to get stuck in any ruts out of pure complacency. :rolleyes:

tazmine
17-11-03, 14:37
I got 100. :D

Annacia
17-11-03, 14:46
Sorry about the wrong link guys and thanks for the fix dmc444.

Wizzkiddo
17-11-03, 15:20
I got 100 http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Geck-o-Lizard
17-11-03, 16:34
35...

Isabella
17-11-03, 16:36
50

When it comes to commitment, you're balancing precariously on the fence. You don't commit at the flip of a hat, but the idea of sticking something out doesn't terrify you either. There are several different reasons for your occasional hesitancy; perhaps you're able to commit in certain areas of your life, but not others. (You may be loyal in love, but wavering when it comes to everything else, or the other way around). Or maybe you are just not at that stage yet - if you're 16 years old, for example, you still scored pretty high on this test. (Ditto if you're a 30-something with the personality of a 16-year-old!) We all "grow up" at different times, and it's something that you just can't rush. Whatever the root of your occasional lack of commitment, just be sure that you're honest with those you deal with. Don't make any lofty promises you don't intend to keep.

julialee
17-11-03, 16:48
I got 55 :confused:
Sitting on the fence the same as Isabella :D
30 something with the personality of a 16yr old :( :rolleyes:

TR-Player
17-11-03, 16:49
90

neil4768
17-11-03, 21:16
95 :D

groovy_nub
17-11-03, 22:22
I got 20 http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif

~K

swimfanc42tr
17-11-03, 22:27
95

tippucat
17-11-03, 22:41
Score 70: When it comes to commitment, you're balancing precariously on the fence. You don't commit at the flip of a hat, but the idea of sticking something out doesn't terrify you either. There are several different reasons for your occasional hesitancy; perhaps you're able to commit in certain areas of your life, but not others. (You may be loyal in love, but wavering when it comes to everything else, or the other way around). Or maybe you are just not at that stage yet - if you're 16 years old, for example, you still scored pretty high on this test. (Ditto if you're a 30-something with the personality of a 16-year-old!) We all "grow up" at different times, and it's something that you just can't rush. Whatever the root of your occasional lack of commitment, just be sure that you're honest with those you deal with. Don't make any lofty promises you don't intend to keep. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Ivone
17-11-03, 23:11
I scored 60!!
Much more than I was expecting! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif
I'm not really into commitments! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif

Lady Ann
18-11-03, 01:18
I got 65. When it comes to commitment, you're balancing precariously on the fence....

Miss60
18-11-03, 12:57
I got 45!!! I've been engaged three times and I've been the one to break it off all three times:o ....I think I'm somewhat of a phobic in commitments, but then again I'm sort of put off by the thought of relationships nowadays.....everyone says I'm too cynical :rolleyes: