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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    35 out of 36. Easy as fuck.

    Also, I found that the women were easier to read than the men. Larger eyes on smoother faces (and with manicured eyebrows, which allow you to see the exact arc of their expression) is going to be easier to read in general, as their expression is not obscured by the shit all around their face. The one I got wrong was the one with the youngish looking dude and it came down to either "playful" or "comforting," and I chose the latter. Actually, it was the very first question.
    haha I got 35/36 too. And thought it was easy. Maybe we just know when women are interested!

    Maybe you N types are thinking too much about it. Maybe just play like an SP and give the first answer that comes into your head.

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    I took this again a year later and got 30. Probably missed all of the same ones as last time. I like the test, but some of the words are too synonymous. Annoyed vs Upset? Okay...

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    I got 27/36.

    What was up with the pictures of the women??? They all had perfectly done eyebrows, thick makeup, and they all looked seductive. I think I got a lot of the women wrong who didn't look as seductive because they didn't seem to have much of an expression.

    On the other had, there were quite a large variety of men, none of them perfect. They looked normal and not overly horny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I got 27/36.

    What was up with the pictures of the women??? They all had perfectly done eyebrows, thick makeup, and they all looked seductive. I think I got a lot of the women wrong who didn't look as seductive because they didn't seem to have much of an expression.

    On the other had, there were quite a large variety of men, none of them perfect. They looked normal and not overly horny.
    Yes, many of the women do have a certain sexual allure.

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    29, most misreads were on the females.

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    The basic diet for weight gain that should contain nutritious, high calorie foods,
    carbohydrate is also assential part for the weight gain, The diet for the carbohydrate meal bread, potatoes, brown rice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendon View Post
    The basic diet for weight gain that should contain nutritious, high calorie foods,
    carbohydrate is also assential part for the weight gain, The diet for the carbohydrate meal bread, potatoes, brown rice....
    uhmm...

    also, this test was fun when i took it a while ago, so i approve of it being bumped for more people to take it.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    I got 27
    ~luck favors the ready~


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