I'm a Sex Bomb!

I just took this quiz (thanks to Hot Toddy for the link).

It appears that I am a SEX BOMB.

Appointments may be made by contacting my answering service.

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eXpressive: 6/10
Practical: 5/10
Physical: 6/10
Giver: 8/10

You are a XSYG–Expressive Sentimental Physical Giver. This makes you a Sex Bomb.

You are sexy sex sex sex! The sexness! You are the sexiest, hottest and most charismatic of all types. You are a captivating speaker and a great dinner date — relaxed, self-effacing, charming and generous. Your type probably has origins in something sad — trying to keep the peace in a tough family situation, or an early heartbreak — and you’ll probably want to address and resolve that at some point, but in your relationships that heartache is pure gold!

You lie effortlessly — not necessarily a bad thing. You can have problems with fidelity. You need frequent praise and validation, and in seeking it you can make decisions that aren’t consistent with your general good judgment. In other words, don’t cheat on your significant other just because someone is paying attention to you.

You strongly dislike conflict, and will avoid it. Like an XPYG, you give so much of yourself to your partner that you feel dismissed and unappreciated if you don’t get the same in return. But you internalize your feelings more and have a hard time getting over them. You don’t *want* to cheat — you just keep finding yourself in vulnerable situations. But you’ll stay with your partner in the long run from guilt and a desire to please.

Your sex life will always be hot. You are one of the rare people who can keep the fires of passion going forever — if you find a good match. Find another XSYG and you will never need (or want) anyone else again.

Of the 8066 people who have taken this quiz, 10.4 % are this type.

People-pleaser View Relationship Key

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Do I agree with this? In some ways, maybe. In other ways, no. But it is nice to know I’m not a stick in the mud or anything. These things are silly anyway.

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Pictures Pictures Pictures!

OK… I promised pictures, so here they are. Enjoy!

Saugatuck Pics

Jeremy, the Saugatuck Fairy (Ferry)
Jeremy, the Saugatuck Fairy Ferry

Everywhere we looked, we were surrounded by the peaceful wilderness
Everywhere we looked, we were surrounded by the peaceful wilderness

Arnie and me along the Saugatuck Boardwalk
Arnie and me along the Saugatuck Boardwalk

Millennium Park

Millennium Park is one amazing sight to behold. The thing cost $475 MILLION to build. It was worth it. I took my camera down there a few nights ago, and here are some of the pictures from that excursion.

Jay Pritzker Pavillion
Jay Pritzker Pavillion, by artist Frank Gehry, is absolutely spectacular. I can’t wait to see a concert here. Not only is the stage amazing, but the adjoining lawn is breathtaking. The crisscrossed wires above the lawn hold lights and speakers, which are timed to delay the sound so that you feel like you are actually hearing the music live. It’s truly a beautiful addition to Chicago.

Millenium Monument in Wrigley Square
The Millennium Monument in Wrigley Square is a Peristyle that was built to exactly replicate a simliar peristyle that stood in this location for 50 years, from the 1910’s to the 1950’s. They had to tear it down because the original was built of concrete and couldn’t withstand the Chicago weather any longer. This peristyle is built of limestone and should last for many generations to come.

Crown Fountain
Crown Fountain is easily the most unusual and interesting things I’ve seen in a long time, and this park is full of unusual and interesting things. Each wall is constructed of glass blocks. Projected against these blocks are images of Chicagoans. They filmed over 1000 people, from what I am to understand. They stare blankly, blink, smile, and just sit there for about 10 minutes. Then they pucker their lips, and out of their mouths shoot a stream of water into the center of the fountain area.
Face shooting water
Then the face disappears, the tower goes dark, and a wash of water cascades down the sides, all so that another face can appear in its place… and the cycle continues.

Cloud Gate
Cloud Gate, by Anish Kapoor, is definitely the most popular attraction in Millennium Park. Its brightly polished surface reflects everything around it. It’s eye-catching, incredibly curious to look at, and, quite frankly, beautiful. Its nickname is, of course, “The Bean” because of its shape. Whatever it is called, it is a fun sight to see.