Test for marrying an engineer

1) What quality do you value most in your partner?
a) A sense of humor
b) Emotional maturity.
c) High bandwidth.

2) When you get home at the end of the day, you like to:

a) Turn on the Silicon Valley Business report, and eat dinner.
b) Hook up to your ISP, and check out the hit count on your web
page.
c) Recharge your cell phone, laptop, and wireless modem, change
batteries on your pager, and resynchronize your Palm Pilot and home
computer.

3) Your ideal partner is:
a) Interesting and attractive.
b) Emotionally mature and understanding.

c) Extensible and polymorphic.

4) In spiritually difficult times, you often turn to:
a) Dilbert
b) Kernighan and Ritchie
c) comp.lang.c++

5) If go over to your partner’s place and think it’s a mess,
you would:

a) Complain to him/her, and tell them to tidy up.
b) Call a maid service.
c) Make clean

6) What kind of car would you like to buy next, and why?
a) A BMW, because people will see that I am rich and successful.

b) A Jeep, because it’s youthful, rugged, and won’t break down.

c) A Honda because the engine control computer can be hacked for
more horsepower.

7) Name the 4 essential food groups:
a) Fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy.
b) Coffee, chocolate, takeout, ice cream.
c) rec.food.cooking, rec.food.veg, ba.food, alt.food.chocolate

8) You like to travel with your partner because:

a) You share new experiences together.
b) You learn about each other in different situations.
c) You get more use out of your wireless modem.

9) You think a relationship is ready for a permanent commitment
because:

a) You’ve successfully struggled through several years of good and
bad times.
b) You’re already living together, so you might as well tie the
knot.

c) You finally got your local network configured just right.

10) If you and your partner got married, you would want to:

a) Keep your last name.
b) Change your last name.
c) Combine your names with a hyphen.
d) Combine your names with an underscore.

11) You and your partner think it’s time to have children when:

a) Your stock options are vested.
b) You’ve agreed on the requirements and design.
c) You’ve come up with a good naming convention.
d) You really understand the use of multiple inheritance.