I probably was some kind of Human Resources person in a past life, and my current life is rebelling against that by using their acronym powers for evil, misogynistic ends.
The thing I didn’t like about this survey is that is has two entries that start with P: probably, and probably not. Meaning that when I was creating a spreadsheet to see my preferences in numerical format, I had to go with PY and PN. Probably yes, probably not.
This got annoying quickly. A whole extra letter to type! It also doesn’t cover the intent of the color well enough for. Probably, in and of itself, is inherently probably yes or probably no. Duh.
Usually internet thots like their ratings in one of two formats:
Fellas have this fun one too:
I dislike all of these. 10 points are too many and resembles the faulty grading scale in which failure can occur above 50%. Smash/Pass is fine for a snap judgment, but in a comparative pool it doesn’t tell you much. “Super Like” on Tinder affords that little bit extra, but as a gated feature doesn’t help much statistically.
Marry/Fuck/Kill introduces moral implications that are outside the scope of what I’m trying to represent. If Marriage is worse to you than Life Imprisonment, Killing might be seen as better to you. Maybe you cum harder when you murder someone compared to fucking them. I don’t know. The scale should represent your preference for whatever you intend to use the women for, not complicate preferences with moral arguments.
For more surveys I really prefer the Likert scale: Strongly Agree, Agree, Neutral, Disagree, Strongly Disagree.
I’m collapsing Neutral and Disagree into the same option. If I’m neutral about someone, it usually leads to a negative opinion anyway. In terms of my spreadsheet, though, we’re back to the lack of uniqueness in lettering. Which brings me to the final form of my reckoning:
I look at someone and consider what outcome would I be happiest with?
Based on the small sample size above here are some insights to ‘my type’, physically speaking:
I compared the choices I made to the total number of options in each category. For example, Skinny has 2 options. I chose Ignore for both, so it’s 100% Ignore.