When looking to buy a house, it's most important for your place to have…
A wrap around porch
A room that's just for me
A big kitchen
A cozy fireplace
A comfy family room
What do you want to be known for?
My work ethic
How polite are you?
I make it a point to be as polite as possible
I'm polite most of the time
I'm not worried about being polite
What’s most important to you?
Keeping up with the Jones'
Staying in good shape
Living life to the fullest
Spending time with family
What's your love life like?
It's smooth sailing
It's pretty dreamy
It's like a roller coaster
There's a few bumps in the road
What time do you wake up in the morning?
After 10 AM
What’s typically the first thing you do after a long work day?
Take off my shoes, plop on the couch, and turn on TV
Go out for happy hour
Cuddle with my pet or signifcant other
Start cooking dinner
It varies by day
Do you write in pen or pencil?
I write in pen
I write in pencil
The 1950s song lyric that you're most like is "Though we're apart, you're a part of me still" from the song Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino! Much like this song, you're a sentimental gal who believes that relationships are the hallmark of a well lived life. You're all about forging amazing connections and building up great relationships.
"Though We're Apart, You're A Part Of Me Still"
The 1950s song lyric that you're most like is "I keep a close watch on this heart of mine!" Taken from "I Walk The Line" by Johnny Cash, this song describes just how guarded you when it comes to your heart. You've been taken advantage of one too many times and now it's time to keep a close watch on your heart!
"I Keep A Close Watch On This Heart Of Mine"
The 1950s song lyrics that you're most like is, "She's the sweetest little rosebud, that Texas ever knew!" Though you might not be from the south, you're as sweet as apple pie. With an optimistic attitude and true passion for living, you can find a silver lining in just about any situation. Other's can't help but fall for your beauty and charm!
"She's The Sweetest Little Rosebud That Texas Ever Knew"
The 1950s song lyric that you're most like is "Come on and do the jailhouse rock with me!" Much like this Elvis Presley hit, you're all about having a good time and living each day to the fullest. Even when times are tough, you can always find a silver lining and power through!
"Come On And Do The Jailhouse Rock With Me"
The 1950s song lyrics that you're most like is, "Remember, In Your Search For Fortune And Fame, What Goes Up Must Come Down!" You might be seeking a big life, but remember, on your quest to find fame and fortune, you'll go through your fair share of ups and downs. Good thing you've got just the right attitude and optimism to carry you through every challenge. We know you can do anything!
"Remember, In Your Search For Fortune And Fame, What Goes Up Must Come Down"