For each sentence pair, check the one that better matches your views :
(1) My spouse should be the provider.
My spouse and I will take care of each other.
(2) I’m willing to trade independence for financial security.
Making my own money makes me feel independent and secure.
(3) When someone foots the bill for lunch, a game or a show, I gush with gratitude.
When someone foots the bill for lunch, a game or a show, I reciprocate.
(4) I enjoy being pampered.
I enjoy pampering myself.
(5) No romance without finance.
I’m a sucker for a starving artist.
(6) If you’re filthy rich, then let’s get dirty.
The love of money is the root of evil.
(7) First-class tickets to Amsterdam?
You’re so sweet!
I’m fine with going Dutch.
(8) Drinks? I know a great rooftop bar in the financial district.
Drinks? I know a great dive bar in my Bohonabe.
(9) I admire those who make money.
I admire those who make a difference.
(10) It is important to live in the “right” neighborhood.
It is important to live in an affordable neighborhood.
(11) My youth, attractiveness and sex appeal are assets.
My common sense, practicality and honesty are assets.
(12) I take pains to project an image that the right people respect.
I’m comfortable with who I am; what you see is what you get.
(13) I’m fine with dating someone much older.
I’d prefer to date someone my age or younger.
(14) I never chill a Bordeaux.
I always chill with a Bud.
(15) I enjoy handmade fettuccine with Grana Padano.
I enjoy boxed mac ‘n’ cheese.
(16) My last dental visit: porcelain veneers.
My last dental visit: X-rays and cleaning.
(17) I’ve looked for dates on blackenterprise.com, townandcountrymag.com or robbreport.com.
I’ve looked for dates on Zoosk.com or Facebook.
(18) I enjoy golf or tennis.
I enjoy basketball or bowling.
(19) I bought tickets to a charity gala.I bought tickets for a charity raffle.
(20) Impeccable clothing makes one approachable.
Sexy clothing makes one app-roachable.
(21) It’s just as easy to fall in love with someone rich.
It’s just as easy
to fall in love with someone blue-collar.
(22) I read The Economist for conversational topics.
I read Entertainment Weekly for conversational topics.
(23) When I go shopping, I leave my money at home.
When I go shopping, I leave my
honey at home.
(24) A seven-figure net worth makes one comfortable.
A six-figure net worth makes one comfortable.
Give yourself one point for every time you chose the first sentence in a pair. Tally your points: ____________
Take a peek at the lifestyle you’ll likely live with a future mate:
1–6 James and Florida Evans
7–12 George and Weezy Jefferson
13–18 Cliff and Clair Huxtable
19–24 Philip and Vivian Banks