Which Century of Dating Do You Belong In?

 

 

  1. Martin Scorsese

Unlike previous mentioned directors he has also been an actor along with being a producer, screenwriter and director. He is considered as by far one of the most influential directors of the New Hollywood Era because of his works like ‘Mean Streets’, ’Silence’, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’, and ‘Hugo’. His consistency of coming up with something relevant never came in the way of him taking up challenges and gong beyond the cinematic boundaries confining others. He despite of being in the industry for 40 years is the only person who hasn’t lost his magic and still makes work which collect more than 100 million dollars at the box-office and get nominated for Oscars. What makes him remarkably extraordinary his passion for reinventing himself with work like no one else’s.

  1. Charlie Chaplin

The brilliant comic actor who also rose to fame as a filmmaker and composer, Charlie Chaplin is still one of the most significant figures of the history. There is no denying to the fact that he is the best comedian to have ever stepped on the earth, but his achievements as a cinematic genius is what makes him even more special. He made a name for himself and rose to fame when he made the iconic Tramp character and opening gates for comedy in films which was different than any other. His debut in silent cinema was a bold and relentless pursuit which did not fail, could be used to trace the fierce evocation of human condition, poverty, love, loss, greed and redemption which made Charlie’s cinema unique. Be what may, Chaplin had an influence on the world as a writer, composer, actor and director which can stile traced.

“Hey, he’s awesome. A little unstable, but awesome. We got along great.” Adrian opened the door to the building we were seeking. “And he’s a badass in his way too. I mean, any other guy who wore scarves like that? He’d be laughed out of this school. Not Abe. He’d beat someone almost as badly as you would. In fact…” Adrian’s voice turned nervous. I gave him a surprised look.
“In fact what?”
“Well…Abe said he liked me. But he also made it clear what he’d do to me if I ever hurt you or did anything bad.” Adrian grimaced. “In fact, he described what he’d do in very graphic detail. Then, just like that, he switched to some random, happy topic. I like the guy, but he’s scary.”
― Richelle Mead, Spirit Bound

“There are three possible parts to a date, of which at least two must be offered: entertainment, food, and affection. It is customary to begin a series of dates with a great deal of entertainment, a moderate amount of food, and the merest suggestion of affection. As the amount of affection increases, the entertainment can be reduced proportionately. When the affection IS the entertainment, we no longer call it dating. Under no circumstances can the food be omitted.”
― Judith Martin


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    How do you know it’s serious?

    • You marry.
    • You go all the way.
    • One of you gives the other a lock of hair.
    • A dragon is slain and its head given as a gift.
  • Question of

    Will it end in marriage?

    • Maybe!
    • Hopefully!
    • If not, then you might as well just die.
    • Yes, unless one of you is already married, in which case, probably not.
  • Question of

    What age is too young for a serious relationship?

    • Honestly, anything that starts under age 22 is probably doomed!
    • Anything under 18 shouldn’t be allowed to get serious.
    • Anything under 16 is simply too young!
    • Any age is fine, but in your 20’s is the best time to start seeking it out.
  • Question of

    How many partners do you expect to have in your life?

    • As many as I feel like and can get to consent
    • Under 10
    • Hopefully just 1
    • A spouse plus the occasional side piece
  • Question of

    How should you ask someone out?

    • Text, Snapchat, whatever
    • Call them.
    • Write them.
    • Kill something for them. They’ll get the idea.
  • Question of

    How do you tell someone you had a nice time?

    • Text them.
    • Call them.
    • Paint a miniature of them.
    • Give them a horse.
  • Question of

    How do you declare your love?

    • Say, ‘I love you’.
    • Give them your ring.
    • Tell their dad you love them.
    • Joust in their name.
  • Question of

    What is a good present to bring to a first date?

    • Candy
    • Flowers
    • A book of sonnets
    • The head of their enemy. Never fails.
  • Question of

    What’s the best way to dump someone?

    • Text them, or just stop calling if they were really awful.
    • Call and tell them sorry, but they are dumped.
    • Return their letters and the lock of hair that they were so obliging as to bestow upon you.
    • Kill them. It brings closure.
  • Question of

    Is ghosting wrong?

    • Not if they were abusive, but otherwise yes.
    • Yes, it’s poor form.
    • No, it’s fine – if they are of good breeding then they will get the idea.
    • It’s bad, but sometimes you just get caught up on a quest, you know?
  • Question of

    Would you date someone who had a lot of exes?

    • Sure, if they were nice!
    • Define ‘a lot’.
    • Ew, no.
    • Yes, it means they know what they are doing.
  • Question of

    Do you worry about dying alone?

    • No, I have loads of friends and family, plus a dog.
    • Sometimes
    • Constantly
    • Nah, I can always take holy orders and get myself an instant friend group.
  • Question of

    Who should ask who out?

    • Whoever wants to!
    • Probably the guy unless it is the Sadie Hawkins dance.
    • The guy should ask the girl’s father.
    • The gentleman should do a feat of arms and if the lady is into it, she will ask him out.
  • Question of

    What counts as a ‘date’?

    • Whatever you agree on
    • Anything that involves dinner
    • Anything that involves dancing
    • I have no idea.
  • Question of

    How involved are your parents in picking who you date?

    • 50%
    • 85%
    • Zero
    • 20%

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