(Closed) How Compatible are you and your SO? – Just for fun

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Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

We are 94%. It says:

Just like Jerry Maguire (and every other guy trying to get out of the dog house from the late ’90s onwards) once said: “You complete me.” The nice thing is that, in your case, it’s actually true (and downright cheesy. But still true). You’re totally synced up on physical, emotional and social levels and, to sweeten the pot, your couple-ness actually attracts good fortune and big paydays (we’re resisting a “show me the money” joke. Moving on…). This kind of mutual awesomeness may be a first for you both, so don’t get weirded out when even your friends and family (and probably even a wry, disapproving Bonnie Hunt-type character) are rooting for you to stay together and make this thing legal. If the overflowing bank accounts and thumbs up from loved ones aren’t enough visible proof of your compatibility, take it from us: you guys legitimately make each other better people. And yes, “you had us at hello.”

Pretty cute.

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

That’s fun! We’re 96% :). It talked about how we’re in tune with each others’ emotions and said that we’re cutesy, both of which are true.

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2011

82%

Domestic Bliss, but Don’t Let It Bore You to Tears

You can go for days without arguing, and you rarely fight. Wait – that’s good, right? Well, kind of. While your overall agreement can make for some fun times, we’re going to put you on the spot here: What happened to the spice…the fire…the ripping each other’s clothes off with reckless abandon that you were all about in the very beginning? Because you two generally see eye-to-eye, it’s easy to put your relationship on autopilot; you’re likely to have great careers and financial successes, but it’s only because there isn’t much “action” to distract you (think about it – would young Ryan Seacrest have put in 100-hour weeks if he had something hot and heavy waiting for him at home? One good romance could have saved us from Idol Rewind). Since your relationship is all about the status quo, you might be tempted to stray, but before you go looking for love in all the wrong places, try injecting a little romance back into your partnership. Deep-six any conversation about work, money, family or the early-bird special, and get creative–now’s the time to climb out of your comfort zone and jump into some spontaneity. Sign up for a salsa night, treat your honey to a delicious dinner, and then heat up the massage oil. A little adventure will do you both wonders. You’ll find that the two of you are a lot more compatible in the bedroom than you’re giving yourselves credit for.

 

Pretty True, well except the last part..No issues there Wink

Post # 6
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

Mine was 74%… the description seems really accurate!! Thanks for the post!

This is one of those relationships that just works. For once, you don’t have to deal with any of the annoying, embarrassing or disturbing situations that are par for the course with dating life. It’s like you two “get” where the other person is coming from and make each other feel as comfortable in your skin as possible. So you can toss aside your fear of rejection, just be yourself and go for it, no holds barred! You love that you’re both up for anything, and that you can take off on an adventure or start a new project together at a moment’s notice. In particular, you appreciate that he makes you a more spontaneous person who lives life to the fullest. And you’re “home” for him, providing someplace safe, stable and supportive to always come back to. You’re great at figuring out what he needs and serving it up with a smile. It doesn’t hurt that your physical attraction always keeps things interesting, regardless of whether you’re out cliff jumping or staying in to watch the Discovery channel. Provided that you address emotional tensions and keep them from building up, you two are headed for a life of awesomeness.

Post # 7
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2012

77%compatibility
Tough Love

You’ve got quite a level head on your shoulders, so we’re going to go ahead and take notes. You always seem to have a way of taking a step back and analyzing the situation at hand with a cool and objective eye. In fact, you can be so detached sometimes from the situation at hand, it’s like you’re having an out-of-body experience. This is quite a contrast to his energetic and involved approach to anything he does. Believe it or not, he’s really lucky to have you around whenever issues crop up (and they always do) because he knows you can be trusted to give your unbiased opinion. Others around him are usually afraid of his wrath, so no one besides you is likely to tell the emperor he has no clothes. You two have a good chance of standing the test of time since your personalities complement each other, as different as they may seem. He’s not afraid to ask for help, and you’re really good at dishing it out, telling it like it is with your “tough love” ways. That’s no small feat if you ask us.

 
— That’s pretty accurate. We are almost complete opposites, personality wise. Example? We took the Myers-Briggs a few years ago when I was in Undergrad and I am an INFJ and he is an ESFP. ALMOST total opposites. Think…Debra and Raymond. haha

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

lol 69% “Rent, Don’t Buy”

I love it.

This relationship is as tempting as a cherry red, vintage Ferrari. We’d recommend taking it for a spin around the block but not necessarily going ahead and purchasing it any time soon, or else you can find yourself with a high-priced problem on your hands. What we’re trying to say is that the sparks are definitely there, and that makes for some hot and heavy hook-ups. You’re actually similar in a lot of ways and can be worthy opponents, so the feisty flirting in the beginning can be fun and keep both of you on your toes. But after a while, you might realize that you don’t have all that much respect for each other or interest in what’s really going on under the hood. This can put a damper on a long-term relationship, but there’s a chance that you can ride on the physical fumes alone for quite a while. Just watch out if you’re looking to mix business with pleasure; since the two of you are prone to work well together, it’s possible you’ll find yourself in a professional setting. And we wouldn’t want you to blur the “appropriateness factor.”

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

72%

OK, Now We’re Interested

OK, now you’ve got us interested. We’re not sure if it’s the canine cologne, those mysterious gazes or that witty banter, but the two of you are sufficiently curious to find out more about each other and probably have you asking your friends “who is that and what’s his deal anyway?” In particular, he tends to be the one to put the wheels in motion if anything progresses with the two of you (well, one of you has to be the assertive one if something’s going to happen, right?). Even though you’re definitely curious, you’re less likely to put yourself out there in any way. It’s tough to say what will come after this initial stage of feeling each other out because lots of other factors are at play. But we guarantee it’ll be interesting! Just be forewarned, unless you’re up to get emotionally, physically and mentally involved with someone, don’t wink back at him because this relationship will be super intense in every which way. If you’re mature enough to handle a slew of really positive and also challenging feelings, then we’d suggest giving it a shot. There’s a good chance it’ll be one of the most satisfying and fulfilling relationships you’re ever going to have.

 

Cute–We were definitely curious about each other, he made the first move, we were intense from the very beginning, and it has been one of the best relationships I have ever had.  

I’ve read about our astrological signs before that we’re not perfectly compatible, but I think our somewhat “opposites attract vibe” makes our relationship that much better 🙂

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

I love this! We’re 84%! it says 

–>Two Tickets to Paradise

This relationship can closely resemble a buffet of awesomeness, but only if you two have the means to bankroll it. You’ve got your breakfast in bed; your wining and dining; your long, savory walks on the beach; your ravenous desire; your sweet gestures, and maybe a little extra something for dessert. To sum things up (and beat the metaphor to death), you two feed each other’s tendency to indulge in the finer things in life (we can only hope you refrain from literally feeding each other in public; we’ve got a hair-trigger gag reflex). It’s great that you feel totally connected, but that can also mean neither of you is putting the kibosh on some of the not-so-practical ideas you come up with (in retrospect, it probably wasn’t such a good idea to take up permanent residence at that Club Med all-inclusive resort last year, was it?). If you’ve got a nice expense account to fall back on, we say by all means take him along for the ride because the two of you are into a lot of the same things. And that makes for fun times, both in and out of bed.

This is really accurate but I knew we were compatable before we started dating since we were friends for a year before we started dating and i like to follow my horoscope and knew that our signes were a good match 🙂 fun post!!!

Post # 11
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

Ours said 19%, but we have been together for just over 10 years and don’t plan to end our relationship any time soon. We knew we were meant for each other the first time we met, so I don’t really put any stock in this compatibility thing.

Post # 12
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Ours is 43% “Path of Least Resistance”

Sometimes when people talk about taking the path of least resistance, it’s a good thing, because it means you’re not wasting your time and exerting unnecessary effort to get things done. But, in this instance, the easy path isn’t really the best one. It’s like you’re channeling the main character in an 80’s movie… The one who’s encouraged to marry the eligible prospect within your social class, while we’re all rooting for you to get together with the seemingly mismatched wildcard from the other side of the tracks instead (“Pretty in Pink,” anyone? OK, we officially feel old now). But you’re not inclined to rock the boat; you’re drawn to him and the more predictable route. You’ll find that things have a way of running like clockwork when you’re together, and you can effortlessly fall in step with each others daily routines. But he also has this tendency to reinforce your bad habits… And won’t be encouraging your growth and development anytime soon. We can’t pass judgment on you, though. It’s always tempting to keep the status quo going.

Hmm…Interesting.  While we do effortlessly fall in step with each other, he does not encourage my bad habits (we’re quitting smoking together!) and does encourage my growth and development.

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

84%  You two immediately knew that you shared a thirst for excitement, a longing for adventure, and a lust for life. To top that off, you tend to get lucky when you’re around each other, so keep Vegas in mind when planning out that next vacation. Since the insta-bond is already in place, it’s a good thing that you can work well together as a team. You may need to partner up more often than you think because, with your need for action, someone’s going to have to bail you out at the end of the night. He’s the one who can really get you psyched up and inspired with all of his optimism, even when things are looking pretty bleak. Meanwhile, you’re the one who’s likely to take the lead and keep things running with your boundless energy. Oddly enough, you don’t seem to be in too much danger of stressing each other out or getting on each other’s nerves either. Even though things can get chaotic with you around, he always keeps you in check and makes sure things are planned in advance. This can be an exciting (and possibly exhausting) combination, but we’re pretty confident you two will thoroughly enjoy yourselves and get a whole lot done when you’re together, too. Just try to keep the drinking and debauchery to a minimum. You’ll be needing all your faculties when you’re together, and nobody likes to be hungover in Vegas.

Ha! Love it, we constantly joke that we wouldn’t trust ourselves in Vegas, we might just run to the nearest chapel and get married!

 

Post # 14
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Bahaha  I clicked on the friendship tab for my Fiance and I and this is what it said:

92% Human Sweatpants

Isn’t it awesome when you feel so comfortable with someone, you can really let it all hang out? Since you never have to suck in your gut or act too cool for school around those people, we like to think of these relaxed, reassuring and flexible few as human sweatpants. One of many great things about you and your personal pair of sweats is that you’re usually on the same page to the point where he can articulate what you’re thinking. Since misinterpretations are rare, when you say “time travel is crazy,” he knows you actually mean “we should get pizza for dinner” (of course, sometimes, you really just mean that time travel is crazy, but you’re close enough to know the difference). You’re able to bounce ideas off of each other, recognizing that he’s always sensible and rational, while you’ve got a great lease on life. If there’s a miscommunication or a difference of opinion – and it happens pretty infrequently – you guys make sure to hear each other out. Also, because you’re both way in your comfort zone, you’re more willing to take constructive criticism and learn about yourselves from each other. Whether you’re study partners or working on some joint project, you won’t find a better teammate than your sweats.

Ok, THIS is actualy spot on.  And really hilarious because I love sweat pants.  If I could live in them, I would.

Post # 15
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

Ours was 40%

🙁

Like a Rest Stop Bathroom

This relationship is about as relaxing as a rest stop bathroom. It seems like you guys are always complaining about how irritating the other person can be. Not to get all technical, but it’s like the two of you are exactly 90 degrees apart. When you’re that far off, you never want the same things at the same times. As you can probably guess, this mismatched timing gets old fast. Not only is your pace different, but the way you do things clashes as much as bare midriffs and Rosie O’Donnell. Plus, you’re both aggressive and competitive enough to insist your way is the highway, so there’s never any chance for a compromise. So now you know why a lot of your hang-out sessions end with an argument. On a positive note, once you face facts and accept your differences, you can look for ways to coexist. If you want to make this work, either find an activity where you can really square off against each other (UFC, anyone?) and vent your frustrations in a healthy way, or give each other plenty of space to do your own thing. Plus, you can spend that extra alone time on a much-needed spa day (you can use the R&R).

Post # 16
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I’m surprised it only said 74%, because I feel we are perfectly compatible in every way, although what it said was 100% correct

Your Happy Place

This is one of those relationships that just works. For once, you don’t have to deal with any of the annoying, embarrassing or disturbing situations that are par for the course with dating life. It’s like you two “get” where the other person is coming from and make each other feel as comfortable in your skin as possible. So you can toss aside your fear of rejection, just be yourself and go for it, no holds barred! You love that you’re both up for anything, and that you can take off on an adventure or start a new project together at a moment’s notice. In particular, you appreciate that he makes you a more spontaneous person who lives life to the fullest. And you’re “home” for him, providing someplace safe, stable and supportive to always come back to. You’re great at figuring out what he needs and serving it up with a smile. It doesn’t hurt that your physical attraction always keeps things interesting, regardless of whether you’re out cliff jumping or staying in to watch the Discovery channel. Provided that you address emotional tensions and keep them from building up, you two are headed for a life of awesomeness.

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