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July 24, 2007
re you with your present partner for love -- or money -- or a little bit of both? Take our quiz to find out!
1. Your list of ex-partners is best classified as:
Miscellaneous -- there were the short, the tall, the pretty/ handsome, and the downright ugly. The only thing they all had in common was that they drove a Mercedes.
Eligible -- A number of well-to-do, presentable bachelors/ bachelorettes who were all considered 'hot catches' in your social circle.
Unclassifiable. Other than a few qualities that appeal to you, such as humour and kindness, each partner was different and special in his/ her own way.
2. On the anniversary of your relationship, what present would you expect?
At the very least a Louis Vuitton handbag or wallet -- anything that cost more than 25k or it would be your last anniversary together!
A small bunch of flowers, maybe -- any token to show that your partner remembered. After all, it's the thought that counts.
Dinner at one of the city's swankiest restaurants.
3. When you go out on a date with your partner:
You'll pay whichever way is comfortable -- you don't have a problem splitting the bill, unless one is treating the other on a special occasion.
It's always your partner that pays for the two of you, because he/ she is filthy rich.
It's always the man that pays -- it's the proper thing to do, of course.
4. When your partner offers to take you on a short vacation, you:
Suggest that you'll fly for the weekend to Paris -- after all, your parnter owns an apartment there!
Want to go to the latest holiday hotspot -- simply
has been there this year!
Are overjoyed at the prospect but don't care where you go, as long as it's with him/ her.
5. Your idea of a happy married life is:
A big house, an upmarket car and a loving, indulgent spouse.
Planning a future together and having children with the one you love.
A mansion, three houses in the countryside, a fleet of foreign cars parked out front, a swimming pool, a private jet -- are you forgetting something?
Are you a paranoid parent?
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