1. Your friend claims to have a great guy for you. Your response?
a. 'What's his nick on Twitter? I'll follow him.'
b. 'Eh, I'm not in the mood for match-making.'
c. 'Show me his blood tests results, report from the bank and the last five songs he listened to on iTunes and maybe, just maybe I'll take him into consideration.'
2. Your online dating profile:
a. It takes you at least two hours to review it.
b. It doesn't exist.
c. Your profile is all in light colors, with flowers in the shape of heart.
3. You exchanged phone numbers with a cute and smart guy. What's your next move?
a. You will send him a text on the way home. You imagine a beautiful spring wedding, two kids that will have education at the Montessori method and a well-bread mongrel of golden retriever and a poodle.
b. I don't do anything. We'll meet again if it's meant to be.
c. You'll delete the number. You are not in the mood at the moment.
4. When you're playing with your phone in a cafe, usually ...?
a. you are trying to find a guy on Facebook with whom you just had a chat about the local beer sold in this bar.
b. you are checking what your horoscope says, should you be naughty this month, or play it safe.
c. you are spying on your ex's Instagram profile.
5. While your enthusiastic friend is browsing directory and all social networks in search for the guy for you, you're thinking:
a. I should tell her to make a list of a hundred guys, so I can analyze it.
b. This is stupid. We should leave it all to fate.
c. Looks like a jerk. Too short. Looks like a jerk. Whose kid is this? Looks like a jerk.
MOST A ANSWERS
Marry me, right now
What do you want? A boyfriend! When do you want him? Immediately! Your complete readiness to open in the name of love is an expression of incredible courage. Just don't forget that you are too great to waste time on a mediocre guy who you convinced yourself is the one.
MOST B ANSWERS
It's all written in the stars
You are an incurable romantic. The only way that you feel you can meet your soulmate is a sweet random encounter - anything a little more 'proactive' would be forcing things. But if you are a #BossyBitch in other spheres of life, why wouldn't it apply to love? Instead of waiting for pieces of the puzzle to come together in the universe, go to Tinder and choose someone you like.
MOST C ANSWERS
You are setting up obstacles to your heart
You are so closed to the possibility that love may happen to you that you're secretly sending messages to your ex-boyfriend on a first date with a new guy. Ask yourself why is this so: you really don't want to get involved now or you are afraid not to get hurt? If the latter is the answer, delete your ex's number, breathe deeply and make sure that the next time a cute guy comes your way, you don't say, 'I'm not interested'.