No matter who you are, you are someone who expresses love for another and longs to receive love in return. Yet, we do not all express love in the same way, even long time partners have a different way of showing their affections to one another. How do you show your lover how you feel? Find out by taking this ultimate lovers’ test.
Which of these things is the sweetest your partner could do for you?
A touching compliment, when I'm feeling down.
A surprise trip to a quiet place.
Taking me to the doctor, if I'm unwell.
A bouquet of flowers, or their big T-shirt to sleep in.
A romantic or passionate kiss.
Which one of these are you most likely to do for your love?
Leave a love note for them.
Give them a back rub, unasked.
Cook them dinner after a hard day.
Bring home a special present for no reason.
Do something special - in private.
How vital is the integration of family into your relationship?
What's the average amount of time you are absent from your partner?
I'm not sure. It depends.
A couple of weeks is okay.
How would you react if your significant other did not want to do anything for St. Valentine's Day?
I'd ask for a good reason why not.
I'd tell them to accept it and try to enjoy it.
I'd figure out something for us to do to celebrate anyway.
Which of you partner's qualities do you love the most?
That I can speak to them freely.
That we can sit together in silent peace.
That they know what I need, without my saying.
That they know what I like and value.
How they make me feel when they hold me.
What do you usually do when you spend quality time together?
Laying or sitting together, watching TV/a movie.
It's hard for us to find the time.
Sharing a hot bath/shower.
Which of the following complaints would an old flame least likely have to say about you?
That I didn't give enough attention.
That I never gave them anything nice.
That I was too cold, physically.
How much do you approve of and like public displays of affection?