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    You are fairly broadminded romantic and reasonably contented. You value kindness greatly and try to live by your ideals. You do not conceal from yourself, or from others, your strong need for security, which may be either emotional or material.

    Men: Perhaps you tend to idealize women and credit them with virtues they don't possess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    I thought it meant that he verbally abused her and called her a slut. You know, like in books when people say, "oh, I have never been so abused," and they're referring to some sort of social blunder? I didn't assume that it meant physical or sexual...I assumed it would have been explicit about that since it's important to the question.
    That's a good point. I thought that out as well, but then concluded that an explicit use of the word "abuse" was, well, abuse, and thus put Robin at the end of my list. I figured they would've left out the word abuse and just said "called her a slut."
    Sloppy writing, methinks.
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    That's a good point. I thought that out as well, but then concluded that an explicit use of the word "abuse" was, well, abuse, and thus put Robin at the end of my list. I figured they would've left out the word abuse and just said "called her a slut."
    Sloppy writing, methinks.
    Yeah, sloppy writing for sure. If he really "abused" her, though, then I'd have to change my order to:

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    Maid Marion
    Little John
    Robin Hood
    The Sheriff

    We would expect you to be a happy, well-balanced person who likes people and is liked by others. You question whether many conventional views on morality are valid under all circumstances.

    Men: Do we detect a sense of chivalry and idealism under the sophistication?
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    Blast!

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    You too, believe that morality is another word for commonsense and suitability, and not something which is universally valid or a religious truth.
    Your feeling for security is strong, and you would rate reliability as one of your virtues.

    Men: Your estimate of women as the inferior sex suggests that you are a little uncertain of them.

    Little John
    The Sherriff
    Maid Marion
    Robin Hood (Abuser of women needs to have his ass kicked)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yosako View Post
    The criteria I used there was that by "tempting" Marion, his actions, despite selfish, served to put her integrity to test...and she accepted without even trying to turn the tables.
    But it makes him no better than her. He failed to stand by his own principles by allowing himself to be bargained in setting criminals free in the first place.

    So if Little John and Robin Hood are really criminals, The Sheriff isn't moral at all because he let criminals free just because he got laid.

    On the other hand, if they really aren't criminals, then he's still not moral because he's wrongly imprisoning innocent people.

    And on top of all that he seduced a married woman, not out of "love" but for his own selfish gain of letting his so-called "prisoners" go. I can see maybe putting the others in a different order, but I have a very hard time of conceiving the Sheriff of being anything but last.

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    You are the slightly romantic realist. You respect truth, and are broadminded and flexible. Whether you are a man or a woman you are probably a happy person. You like people and they can readily make friends with you. You are not very adventurous, but this does not bother you.

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    Robin Hood > Lil John > Maid Marion > The Sheriff

    You are a moralist with conventional ideas, which some people would call old-fashioned.

    Men: You probably consider yourself a fair-minded man in a world which falls badly below your standards. Your inhibitions and sense of guilt are in the way of your happiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    But it makes him no better than her. He failed to stand by his own principles by allowing himself to be bargained in setting criminals free in the first place.

    So if Little John and Robin Hood are really criminals, The Sheriff isn't moral at all because he let criminals free just because he got laid.

    On the other hand, if they really aren't criminals, then he's still not moral because he's wrongly imprisoning innocent people.

    And on top of all that he seduced a married woman, not out of "love" but for his own selfish gain of letting his so-called "prisoners" go. I can see maybe putting the others in a different order, but I have a very hard time of conceiving the Sheriff of being anything but last.
    They're all scumbags.

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    What's the major difference between putting Robin or the Sheriff last?

    Those who put down Robin are perhaps more concerned about their interpersonal relationships than others? The sheriff seems to be wrong but the strong emotions of Robin is just uhh... BAN HAMMER!

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