Like Dr Laura, but with a beat you can dance to.
As I remember, I was mostly Spiderman, with Hulk a close second (anger issues, I guess). Only a little Wonder Woman. Very sad, because I'm a big WW fan. I had the Underoos and would leap around the living room in them in tandem with the lovely Linda.
I was Wonder Woman as well. I was really hoping the answer would be Jem. I dont know that she really qualifies as a superhero, but being truly outrageous has to be some kind of super power.I mean, mild mannered business woman by day, rockstar by night? We are alike on so many levels.
Superman. What a surprise.
she-ra. that's right, i said she-ra. she barely beats out WW.
tied- spiderman and supermanbasically I'm a goody goody boring nerd.
...although, the little Dominican kids in my Manhattan apartment building said that I looked like "Mr. Incredible". ...Man, I really need to get in shape.
Really? Because Mr Incredible sounds like what most men would want little Dominican kids to call him...Okay- I am going to attempt analyzing your heros in order (for more character insight, click on the underlined "I'll tell you what it means" text).
I was 99% Superman. With my nieces and nephew calling me SuperThom, I am glad that the test turned out this way!
the flash. with iron man a close 2nd.
Marie- Women who favour Spiderman are attracted to nerdy, brilliant loners. They seek a sensitive soul and romanticize over a character with intelligence and an artistic nature. Unfortunately, they also tend to feel abandoned by their man and "shut out" from his inner workings.
All true. She's gooood. But does this make me Kirsten Dunst? Ewwww.
Like Marie, I am mostly Spiderman and the Hulk. AND I had the Wonder Woman underoos too.
She-Ra, the Amazonian goddess of might and beauty is a powerhouse to be reckoned with. Little girls who identify with her are awed by the power physical beauty and strength can have and don't mind using it to dominate their world.They often choose to surround themselves with lesser beings, thus remaining the center of all glory.
Spiderman and Superman are described in the former post (if you click on "I'll tell you what it means" link).As for The Flash, Aaron, I believe boys who idolize speed and agility over body mass and brute force are more concerned with wit and coming out on top rather than their appearance. You are still a total hunk.
I realize that Jem may not be your conventional super hero, but I would still like to know what my affinity towards her means.....
Jem? Please, Sarita! She's truly outrageous...Truly, truly OUTRAGEOUS!I had no idea she was a businesswoman...Guess that explains the shoulderpads.Here's the thing:A woman's favourite fairy-tale will reveal what she is looking for in romance. Her favourite superhero (man) has the qualities she finds most attractive in a mate. And her favourite superhero (woman) has the strengths she strives to attain herself.A man's favourite superhero reveals what attributes he prizes the most in himself, and shows the characteristics he most admires.THAT is how the game is played, my friends!
I am so sorry, Marie- I don't know how I missed this with the Hulk, but...You're looking for a man who's mild mannered and quiet on the outside, with unmatched strength and wildness on the inside! grrr!
Nah -- I'm just looking for Eric Bana. My, what beautiful eyes you have. Yes, you can throw me across the room anytime. Sometimes love hurts.
O. Marie. Sweetness. That disturbs me more than anything!If you want an Eric Bana, maybe you could just go motorcycling in the countryside or something...I hear he likes that. At least...that's what he told me last night.BOOM!
LOL-ing in the aisle.I'll take your cast-off men any day. My requirements are few and reasonable:1) vertical2) respirating3) loves his mama, but doesn't live with her
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