How loyal (or trusting) are you?

How loyal (or trusting) are you?
Five questions to discover if you're TRUE BLUE!

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Question One
If my boyfriend or girlfriend (husband or wife) gained fifteen or twenty pounds --

a) I'd get out from under!

b) I would become extremely angry, but would tolerate it

c) I would search for causes, and suggest a diet

d) I would hide all the creampuffs!

e) I would issue a polite, but firm, ultimatum



























































































Question Two

If he (or she) broke something valuable of mine --

a) he (or she) would perish!

b) I would insist on an immediate replacement (or restitution)

c) I would insist on an eventual replacement (or restitution)

d) we'd both negotiate



























































































Question Three

I pretty much trust my lover, but I try to be aware of his (or her) whereabouts --

a) often

b) only when there's a good reason

c) sometimes



























































































Question Four

If my lover takes an unpopular (but reasonable) position in public--

a) I cough to muffle his (or her) language

b) I remain politely silent, but "steam" inwardly

c) I keep graciously quiet

d) I qualify his (or her) statements with my personal views



























































































Question Five

If my significant other wears (what I consider) foolish duds in public, I --

a) loudly ridicule him (or her)

b) pretend we're not together

c) smirk and joke all evening

d) quietly suggest a change of garb

e) remain accepting of his (or her) questionable style

f) immediately call the Salvation Army

























































































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Question Two
If he (or she) broke something valuable of mine --

a) he (or she) would perish!

b) I would insist on an immediate replacement (or restitution)

c) I would insist on an eventual replacement (or restitution)

d) we'd both negotiate



























































































-Question Three-
I pretty much trust my lover, but I try to be aware of his (or her) whereabouts--

a) often

b) only when there's a good reason

c) sometimes

































































































-Question Four-
If my lover takes an unpopular (but reasonable) position in public--

a) I cough to muffle his (or her) language

b) I remain politely silent, but "steam" inwardly

c) I keep graciously quiet

d) I qualify his (or her) statements with my personal views



























































































-Question Five-
If my significant other wears (what I consider) foolish duds in public, I --

a) loudly ridicule him (or her)

b) pretend we're not together

c) smirk and joke all evening

d) quietly suggest a change of garb

e) remain accepting of his (or her) questionable style

f) immediately call the Salvation Army

























































































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Question Three
I pretty much trust my lover, but I try to be aware of his (or her) whereabouts --

a) often

b) only when there's a good reason

c) sometimes

































































































-Question Four-
If my lover takes an unpopular (but reasonable) position in public--

a) I cough to muffle his (or her) language

b) I remain politely silent, but "steam" inwardly

c) I keep graciously quiet

d) I qualify his (or her) statements with my personal views



























































































-Question Five-
If my significant other wears (what I consider) foolish duds in public, I --

a) loudly ridicule him (or her)

b) pretend we're not together

c) smirk and joke all evening

d) quietly suggest a change of garb

e) remain accepting of his (or her) questionable style

f) immediately call the Salvation Army

























































































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Question Four
If my lover takes an unpopular (but reasonable) position in public--

a) I cough to muffle his (or her) language

b) I remain politely silent, but "steam" inwardly

c) I keep graciously quiet

d) I qualify his (or her) statements with my personal views



























































































-Question Five-
If my significant other wears (what I consider) foolish duds in public, I --

a) loudly ridicule him (or her)

b) pretend we're not together

c) smirk and joke all evening

d) quietly suggest a change of garb

e) remain accepting of his (or her) questionable style

f) immediately call the Salvation Army

























































































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Question Five
If my significant other wears (what I consider) foolish duds in public, I --

a) loudly ridicule him (or her)

b) pretend we're not together

c) smirk and joke all evening

d) quietly suggest a change of garb

e) remain accepting of his (or her) questionable style

f) immediately call the Salvation Army

























































































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