let's be gentlemen please
2004-03-29 - 9:09 p.m.

Oh!! This so belongs here at DiaryLand. Janest once again brings the wisdom. I guess I should say Ajax but I've never been to that diary! I've been to paradise, but I've never been to me. Anyway, this test is fascinating. FASCINATING. Although and I guess there's no element to include this in the quiz results, which is why it's there now I know what I want because I've found him. Aww! Don't you love a happy ending? Love, Kim

The Sudden Departure
Random Brutal Love Master (RBLMf)

Sweet. Dear. Loving. At Gate 18. Final call. You are The Sudden Departure.

You've been in a lot of serious relationships. More than a few have ended ugly. Uglily. Whatever. Our guess is that you're a really fantastic girl who doesn't really know what she wants, and you've broken a few hearts as a result. You fall for people easily, and you enjoy the feeling of falling in love, but once you're there, either boredom or the old "grass is greener" syndrome sets in. The mind wanders, and with it goes the flesh. And then the toiletries.

We know you're not the classic "love 'em and leave 'em" type, at least not in a purely sexual sense. You have too many serious bonding tendencies for that. But even though you're theoretically looking to settle down, you don't settle long on one person. "Serial monogamist" is probably something you hear a lot. "Emotionally loose" is another way to put it. To the poor guys eating your dust and sniffing your panties, it doesn't really make much difference. Of course, it's not really your fault that people get hurt. You have every right to move on when you choose.

ALWAYS AVOID: The Backrubber, The Gentleman
CONSIDER: The Vapor Trail, someone just like you
Your exact opposite: The Intern, Deliberate Gentle Sex Dreamer

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