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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    you just have to imagine that you're going to a place that it would make sense to dress that way!
    I think the problem is that it creates three categories of women that really don't much cover the typical categories of women... or at least creates doubt. Much of the input seems very superficial. Meh.
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    So I took the test, and answered it in first person prespective( as in, how I would want to be seen, and how I see myself )

    Me results!

    The Debutante

    53% Sexy-Cute, 49% Dark-Light, 70% Artsy-Stylish

    Cute, neither Dark nor Light, and Stylish, you'll find the Debutante at high-class New York parties, making the rounds. She'll have a glass of champagne in one gloved hand, her hair perfectly coifed, her makeup exactingly applied. Her slinky, perfect little black dress keeps many an eye firmly on her, wondering what lies beneath.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I think the problem is that it creates three categories of women that really don't much cover the typical categories of women... or at least creates doubt. Much of the input seems very superficial. Meh.
    Thats how I saw the test, only connecting to out superficial side, not our internal side. : )

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    I have take the test again, but this time, wondering how I would be the most likelyto look like if I had to be woman. I thought I would get the Bad Girl, but I have got:

    The Brooding Poet
    38% Sexy-Cute, 26% Dark-Light, 46% Artsy-Stylish

    Sexy, Dark, but neither Arsty nor Stylish, the Brooding Poet has her lips constantly pursed in an infinitely kissable pout. She would dress up, maybe, but why bother? Is not life simply an empty voyage through a desolate, cold world?






    But the bad girl is close though, just because of the Cute/Sexy axis.
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    My result for The Your Type of Girl Test ...
    The Debutante
    60% Sexy-Cute, 64% Dark-Light, 76% Artsy-Stylish

    Cute, neither Dark nor Light, and Stylish, you'll find the Debutante at high-class New York parties, making the rounds. She'll have a glass of champagne in one gloved hand, her hair perfectly coifed, her makeup exactingly applied. Her slinky, perfect little black dress keeps many an eye firmly on her, wondering what lies beneath.


    I think I might have been projecting on that. Honestly I suspect I fancy the cheerleader type of woman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    My result for The Your Type of Girl Test ...
    The Debutante
    60% Sexy-Cute, 64% Dark-Light, 76% Artsy-Stylish

    Cute, neither Dark nor Light, and Stylish, you'll find the Debutante at high-class New York parties, making the rounds. She'll have a glass of champagne in one gloved hand, her hair perfectly coifed, her makeup exactingly applied. Her slinky, perfect little black dress keeps many an eye firmly on her, wondering what lies beneath.


    I think I might have been projecting on that. Honestly I suspect I fancy the cheerleader type of woman.
    Moi also, I think the " girl next door" or " cheerleader" suits me more.
    but débutante is fairly close...

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    I had this result


    The Favorite Friend

    91% Sexy-Cute, 70% Dark-Light, 48% Artsy-Stylish

    Cute, Light, and neither Artsy nor Stylish, she's that friend we've all had. The great girl. The one we've been friends with since the third grade. The one who laughs at our jokes and sends funny text messages. The one with whom we secretly, desperately want to crawl under the covers and spend the next eighteen hours naked.
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    I got the hot friend...
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    I got the "girl next door"... but since I don't really date girls I felt like I was answering some of the questions randomly (or the choices were crappy, like the what would you do on a date one). I'm probably similar to that description or the "hot friend" one.
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    I don't like any of the answers on this test.

    I scored "girl next door" which does not sound like me nor any woman I admire.
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    >.> It was disturbing when I saw the thong pictures. I'm 15, way to go to corrupt my teenager mind.

    But meh, I've seen a lot more

    Anyways, I got 'The Favourite Friend'.

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