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What's Your 2014 Love Forecast?

What's gonna happen to your heart in 2014? We have a thousand psychics standing by to forecast your romantic future! Actually... it's just a personality quiz, but for a quiz, it knows a lot about love. To make a prediction, the quiz needs some basic info about you and your love life. Please answer the questions below:

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  • New Year's resolutions are:

    • Like making a serious promise. I feel so bad if I break one.
    • Like telling myself, "This goal really matters to me."
    • Like wiping the slate clean and saying, "I want to start this year off right."
    • Easy to make and easy to break.
    • A good way to get what you want -- unless fate has other plans.
    • Hard to take seriously. Maybe this year, I'll resolve to be more awesome.
  • Forget other people for a sec. How well are you getting along with yourself?

    • Not well. Honestly, I'm bugging the hell out of myself.
    • Just fine, thanks.
    • "Hey, self, are we good?" Yep, we're good.
    • I love me! Except when I hate me.
    • So well. I look in the mirror and say, "Hey, hot stuff!"
    • Wow, that's a deep question. Can I have more time?
  • If you could watch your love forecast on TV, like a weather forecast, you'd want it to be:

    • Full of detailed charts and maps, so I know exactly where and when I'll find love.
    • Long range. Romantically, a 5 day forecast is NOT enough.
    • 100% accurate. It sucks when things turn stormy without any warning.
    • Hosted by Cupid. He could be like, "I'm shooting an arrow at YOU today!"
    • Hosted by a different person every day, and I want them all to be super-hot.
    • A bit vague. I don't want to know about every romantic moment before it happens.
  • Love hurts. True or false?

    • TRUE. No doubt about it.
    • Depends on the sitch. If you accidentally bite my tongue, I'll say "True."
    • False. Love doesn't hurt -- love feels gooood.
    • Both. Sometimes love rocks, and sometimes it's torturous.
    • Neither. Love isn't about pain; it's a fundamental part of the universe.
    • I'm probably not the best person to ask.
  • If you check your monthly horoscope, and it says, "You'll kiss someone new this month," how will you react?

    • Somehow, I just know this will end badly.
    • I'll be completely unable to focus on school/work until I get that kiss.
    • I'll write myself a reminder. My lips don't want to miss this opportunity.
    • Eeeeee!! (But please tell me quick spin-the-bottle kisses don't count.)
    • I'll be really excited, if it's the person I'm picturing. We've got major sparkage.
    • Someone? As in just ONE person? Sigh.
  • If you're single right now, how do you feel about it? (If you're in a relationship, skip this question.)

    • Miserable. Why did you have to ask that?
    • *Long, dramatic sigh*
    • OK. BF/GFs are nice, but they don't control my happiness.
    • I accept it. A relationship will come when it's destined.
    • Fine. I've been too busy to date lately.
    • So good. Relationships are stressful.
  • If you're in a relationship right now, how do you feel about it? (If you're single, skip this question.)

    • Tempted. Suddenly, there are hot people everywhere... and I can't kiss them.
    • Good, but I wish I could spend more time with him/her.
    • Really good. Relationships are fun!
    • Like we were destined to meet. It just feels right.
    • We are SO much alike, it's almost scary.
    • Can you ask me again in a month? I'm not 100% sure.
  • How much do you trust your intuition?

    • Not much. I'm always second-guessing myself.
    • Well... I trust my eyes more. If somebody's really hot, but a little sketchy, I can ignore the sketchiness.
    • Intuition? That's silly-talk. I'd rather have the facts.
    • I trust it, but sometimes I can't tell if a person likes me or is just being friendly.
    • Completely. If I get even the slightest negative feeling about someone, I'll instantly stop flirting.
    • A little too much. Sometimes I worry about stuff, and it turns out the problem was all in my head.
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