Friday, June 01, 2007


Your Score: Jimmy Stewart


You scored 19% Tough, 14% Roguish, 57% Friendly, and 14% Charming!




You are the fun and friendly boy next door, the classic nice guy who still manages to get the girl most of the time. You're every nice girl's dreamboat, open and kind, nutty and charming, even a little mischievous at times, but always a real stand up guy. You're dependable and forthright, and women are drawn to your reliability, even as they're dazzled by your sense of adventure and fun. You try to be tough when you need to be, and will gladly stand up for any damsel in distress, but you'd rather catch a girl with a little bit of flair. Your leading ladies include Jean Arthur and Donna Reed, those sweet girl-next-door types.


Find out what kind of classic dame you'd make by taking the
Classic Dames Test.




Link: The Classic Leading Man Test written by gidgetgoes on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

20 comments:

ConnieJane said...

Myrna Loy here. That was fun.

How about sending some of that wet weather south-east? Have a great weekend.

alan said...

mmmmmmm Myrna Loy...now there's a dream girl!

alan

Hill said...

Oh, for heaven's sake! I'm Kate Hepburn. What kind of tree would I be?

puhpaul said...

I'm Jimmy Stewart too, I just wish I had more than 6% roguishness.

paul

Sandy said...

you're definitely friendly and charming : )

alan said...

Ahhh Kate, another crush...

alan

BostonPobble said...

I do love me a Jimmy Stewart man. :) And I'm Katherine Hepburn, which is a little frighteningly accurate. Thanks for the fun.

b o o said...

i adore jimmy stewart. now i know why i love you :)

b o o said...

Your Score: Bette Davis

You scored 30% grit, 14% wit, 28% flair, and 35% class!

You're one smart cookie, and you know it. You also know how to let everyone else in on the deal. You've worked hard to get where you are, and sometimes you might not have played fair. You are ruthless but charming, and the light of intelligence sparkles in your eyes. When cornered, you can and will act, but you'd rather have things go your way and live a life of ease and comfort. It's not a great idea to cross you; you will run the competition down like a rabbit, and leave them wondering what hit them. Your leading men include Errol Flynn and Paul Henreid, men who like a feisty gal with a touch of class.

No_Newz said...

Mine was Barbara Stanwyck:
You're a tough dame, a bit of a spitfire, and you can even be a little dangerous, but you do it with such flair that almost all is forgiven (and even when it's not, you're still the most interesting woman in the room). You can be witty and charming, all right, but you have a tough streak that keeps you focused and sometimes deadly. You've had quite a climb to get where you are, but you're a hard worker and you mostly deserve all you get...and then some. You might end up destroying everything around you, but you must admit...you've got style. Your leading men include Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray, and when you forget yourself, Gary Cooper.

Thanks that was fun. :)

JLee said...

I can see you as Jimmy Stewart! He was a good guy...

I am Rosalind Russel*
You are one wise-cracking lady, always quick with a clever remark and easily able to keep up with the quips and puns that come along with the nutty situations you find yourself in. You're usually able to talk your way out of any jam, and even if you can't, you at least make it more interesting with your biting wit. You can match the smartest guy around line for line, and you've got an open mind that allows you to get what you want, even if you don't recognize it at first. Your leading men include Cary Grant and Clark Gable, men who can keep up with you.

Lori said...

Carole Lombard for me.
11% grit, 4% wit (gee..I thought I was wittier than that!), 42% flair and 52% class.

alan said...

One of the things I bought myself at Christmas while I was shopping for everyone else was Carole Lombard box set...I know why Clark Gable enlisted when he lost her! When those guys flew her into that mountain Hollywood lost a real star!

Barbara Stanwyck...wow from 1930 through the "Big Valley"!

Ros Russell...hubba hubba!

Bette...she could do it all and you wouldn't even realize she had stolen your heart 'til the last reel ended!

Paul, I thought I was awfully lucky to rate anywhere, let alone as Jimmy Stewart! I didn't worry much about the percentages after that!

Thank you all for playing...this was more fun that I expected!

alan

TaraDharma said...

Jimmy Stewart - solid choice. I didn't play, cuz I didn't want to go through signing up, but I channel Barbara Stanwick all the time. She rocks.

Mystical Me said...

Alan,
Very Interesting!! I think you are a very Charming man. DO take care!! XOXO

alan said...

I managed to play without signing up...perhaps I just got lucky!

I know I did when I found each and everyone of you!

alan

Von Krankipantzen said...

Hmmmm....James Stewart. You are exactly like him. Cool. Very suave and debonair.

I got Katherine Hepburn which is GREAT as I have always totally identified with her. She is my kinda gal.

kath said...

Katharine Hepburn

You scored 11% grit, 14% wit, 47% flair, and 28% class!



You are the fabulously quirky and independent woman of character. You go your own way, follow your own drummer, take your own lead. You stand head and shoulders next to your partner, but you are perfectly willing and able to stand alone. Others might be more classically beautiful or conventionally woman-like, but you possess a more fundamental common sense and off-kilter charm, making interesting men fall at your feet. You can pick them up or leave them there as you see fit. You share the screen with the likes of Spencer Tracy and Cary Grant, thinking men who like strong women.

alan said...

I have really enjoyed this...all these girls I've loved forever and I'm surrounded by all of them!

:o)

alan

Franco said...

James Stewart: a quiet man, ....do you remember him in "Rear window" by Hitchcock? And Grace Kelly's kiss? Well, one of the greatest actors forever, and maybe the most truly "american", together with Gary Cooper.