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What's Your Slow Dance Song?

Fast songs are fun to dance to, but slow songs stick with you long after the dance is over. Take this quiz to find the soundtrack for your next romantic moment.

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  • Choose one great way to listen to music:

    • From outside a party or dance, so we can still hear it, but we also have privacy
    • On a high-tech home stereo system that surrounds us with music
    • At a live show for a band we both love
    • On a car radio, when we're driving together at night
    • On an mp3 player with a dual headphone jack
    • On a jukebox (the classic kind, that still plays vinyl)
    • On a piano bench together, as one of us plays the other one a song
    • Through an open window (someone's outside, serenading me)
  • You're sitting near a cute couple in a restaurant, and you hear one of the people say, "I'll love you forever." What's your first thought?

    • Love is such an amazing thing.
    • Those two are totally gonna hookup later.
    • Aww... I really hope their love lasts.
    • Sure, forever -- or until the nasty breakup that leaves one of them sobbing hysterically on the kitchen floor.
    • I hope in the future, they'll remember exactly how happy they are right now.
    • I've said that, too, but "forever" didn't last very long.
    • I'm so impressed that he/she had the nerve to say that out loud.
    • I wonder if they've ever seen each other sick with the flu. Nobody's cute all the time.
  • OK, forget dancing for a minute. What kind of lighting do you consider the most romantic?

    • Candlelight
    • Starlight
    • Moonlight shining on the ocean
    • A bolt of lightning that for half a second illuminates the whole sky
    • Little squares of light that reflect off the disco ball and swirl around us on the floor
    • A sparking campfire on a cool summer night
    • The light on the front porch as I kiss someone goodnight
    • A camera flash as I'm posed with someone I love
  • If a fairy godmother offered to help you just before your slow dance, you'd say:

    • Make sure I don't majorly screw this up.
    • Make sure the DJ plays several slow songs in a row.
    • Make sure I don't take this too seriously.
    • Make this dance the start of something amazing.
    • Make sure I will ALWAYS remember this dance.
    • Make sure our bodies move in sync, without any klutziness.
    • Put lots of electricity in the air between us.
    • Thanks, but I don't need magic -- my reality is pretty darn good.
  • Choose a dance partner essential:

    • I need a partner who won't mind if I'm so nervous I'm shaking.
    • I need a partner who has a lot of energy.
    • I need a partner who understands how much this means to me.
    • I need a partner who won't ask about my past.
    • I have to know there's nowhere either of us would rather be.
    • I need a partner who's not checking out anyone else over my shoulder.
    • I have to know my dance partner loves me.
    • I need a partner with a sexy body.
  • If you were slow dancing, which of these things would totally kill the moment for you?

    • A dance partner with bad breath
    • Another couple bumping into us
    • Any communication from a chaperone
    • If my ex started dancing right next to us
    • If it started feeling awkward toward the end, like, "Should we kiss... or not?"
    • If the DJ faded our song out early and put on something else
    • If someone made fun of how we look together
    • I'd be fine with all of these if I really liked the person
  • Talking during a slow dance: Yay or Nay?

    • Yay! I think a little sweet talk or a quick joke makes us feel even closer.
    • Yay-ish. I like compliments whispered directly in my ear (as long as the music's not too loud to hear them).
    • A little talk is OK, as long as it's really romantic.
    • A quick comment like "Isn't this great?" is OK. Otherwise, ssssh.
    • I'll only talk if I step on the other person's foot -- to apologize.
    • Nay. It's probably better if we don't talk. It'll just complicate things.
    • Nay. I'd prefer to get lost in the music... and our memories.
    • No talking. I want to appreciate this moment.
  • Be honest -- How good are your slow dance moves?

    • Not so good. I'm kind of new to this stuff.
    • I sometimes get so lost in thought that I forget what I'm doing.
    • I don't know if I'm doing it "right," but I do what feels right to me.
    • They're OK, but I'm more comfortable dancing to faster songs.
    • Moves? I just grab on as tight as I can until the song ends.
    • I've got moves, but we can also just hold each other and sway.
    • I just want to hold my partner close enough that we can feel each other's heart beating.
    • I know enough to make it fun -- lots of swinging, and a dip at the end.
  • If your slow dance partner pulls you close and kisses you, you want the kiss to feel:

    • Steamy, passionate... all kinds of hot.
    • Like we're completely caught up in the music.
    • Like it'll be our best kiss yet.
    • Like we are amazingly compatible, in every possible way.
    • Like this person accepts everything about me.
    • Like the kiss will last and last... even after the song ends.
    • Like it's not too late for us to figure things out.
    • Like it's changing both our lives.
  • Think of someone you'd ask to slow dance. What made you pick him/her?

    • I think we'll have a good time together.
    • I want to spend lots of time with him/her while I can.
    • I bet our dance will be really romantic and special.
    • I want to be all up on that -- for a good four minutes.
    • I want to undo mistakes I've made.
    • I want to share as much of my life with this person as possible.
    • If he/she says, "Yes," I'll probably die on the spot. So maybe it was a bad choice.
    • DON'T ASK. It just makes me sad.
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