I Always Knew I Failed At Wife


As a 1930s wife, I am
Very Poor (Failure)

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Via Melissa.


13 thoughts on “I Always Knew I Failed At Wife

  1. liprap says:

    43. I’m an average 1930’s wife. Having a young ‘un ‘ll do it to ya.
    How can I best look and act like Nora Charles, then? That might make me very superior.


  2. Snarki, child of Loki says:

    I took the “husband” test and got 103.
    I’m not sure if that’s good or not…


  3. BuggyQ says:

    Beat ya, A! I got 14. (It was the “talks during movies” thing–the “squee!” in BSG got me…)


  4. locus says:

    Apparently, I’m a very superior (129) 1930’s husband (too bad it’s the 00’s). I guess it was all that good Southern learnin’ that did it.


  5. CrispyShot says:

    I, like locus, am Very Superior (although, at 122, not as Very as he). I might have lost some points for “not giving her an ample allowance,” but, hey, she makes more than I do.


  6. pwapvt says:

    Here I was thinking I was superior too, but only at 108.


  7. Aaaargh says:

    I am also a Very Superior husband, though with a 91 score, I guess just barely so.


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  9. DerelictDaughter11 says:

    21. FAIL.
    but this struck me as funny – “Reacts with pleasure and delight to marital congress.”


  10. pansypoo says:

    no keith, so i pretended how it would have been. i would have failed. but not epic fail as i had 32.


  11. Elspeth R says:

    I scored a ‘2’!!! BAH HA HA! But truly, if I had a Nick Charles (that is, that really looked like William Powell) and he treated me right, I might be able to check off some more of those boxes willingly…
    As it stands, I am single and loving it!!!


  12. PurpleGirl says:

    -27 and proud of it. I’m single, never been married but I answered based on behavior with various boyfriends.


  13. Maitri says:

    12 – Very Poor, Failure, etc.


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