Leslie's Omnibus


It's posts like this that give Scott Adams a permanent position on my blogroll. Side-splittingly funny.


The Five Love Languages

My primary love language is probably
Physical Touch
with a secondary love language being
Quality Time.

Complete set of results

Physical Touch:
Quality Time:
Acts of Service:
Words of Affirmation:
Receiving Gifts:


Unhappiness in relationships, according to Dr. Gary Chapman, is often due to the fact that we speak different love languages. Sometimes we don't understand our partner's requirements, or even our own. We all have a "love tank" that needs to be filled in order for us to express love to others, but there are different means by which our tank can be filled, and there are different ways that we can express love to others.

Take the quiz

These things are spookily acccurate more often than not.

(A tip of the cap to the Desert Cat.)

If Kate thinks not owning an iPod is a shameful secret, what in the heck would she think if she knew that I haven't had (or particularly missed) a television since the beginning of July? And I don't have a stereo in the house, either -- just a CD player in the car. My favorite forms of amusement? Either reading, or listening to talk radio. I'm living in the Dark Ages, I know...


Barb said...

Before I met Brian, I only used the TV to watch movies. When we moved in together and moved to Chicago, I got sucked into the various forms of CSI and Law & Order, which thank God, I've recovered from--not because I don't like the shows--I just hate being a "slave" to them. We don't have TiVo. We don't have cable, either, and I like it that way. :)

Harvey said...

TV *is* a good thing to give up.

The times I've lived without one, I never missed it.

Meanwhile, if there's anything REALLY good, it'll get posted to YouTube :-)