Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
You are a RSYG — Reserved Sentimental Physical Giver. This makes you a Nice Guy/Nice Girl.
Oh, poor RSYG. You’re the one all your friends of your target sex *should* be dating when you have to watch them go out with jerks. You’re the sweet one that the lead in a romantic comedy ends up with after s/he learns a valuable lesson. You’re the best friend, the chaperone and the shoulder to cry on when you should be the lover. Well, no one ever said people were smart.
You dislike conflict – you prefer to express yourself through action, not discussion – but you know it is necessary. This means you are more likely to tackle an issue before it grows, but you’re also more likely to stop fighting before the issue is resolved to your satisfaction. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing – it’s kind of a nice compromise between fighting about everything and fighting about nothing – but you have to remember to look out for your own interests sometimes.
You have a strong sexual appetite, but it seems so out of place with the rest of your persona that people find it hard to believe. Often they try to shield you from sexual content – it’s ridiculous, but you can use it to your advantage: everybody wants someone clean in the kitchen and dirty in the bedroom. That’s you.
You don’t want to cheat, but you might. Especially since it’s only when you’re in a relationship that you start getting the attention from your target sex that you should have been getting all along. Your experiences could make you misanthropic if you weren’t so tenderhearted.
A lot of RSITs think they’re RSYGs. They’re not.
You’ll end up with someone who deserves you in the end.
Of the 1390 people who have taken this quiz, 2.5 % are this type.
Am I paranoid if I think the third to last sentence implies I might have been cheating the test?
Well, the RSY part seems quite right; as far as the G, well, it’s hard to tell for sure as long as my record is six weeks.