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Love Meter.Amusing :-)

Thought I outgrew such corny nonsense by the time I was 14, but strange, it is still amusing! And--Hey,how many of you actually tried it?(Write your name,write his/her name and click on the heart- It does give you a score.I promise) Write in and tell me---Be honest!!:-)


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  1. When I posted Niall & Janet it said 45..When I put Jan it read 65!Eh?..what fun! P.S I got 55 with George Bush,only 40 with Queen Elizabeth,70 with Marylin Monroe and 80 with myself!?

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  2. It is so strange--whoever puts their spouse's name gets a low score!(all my friends told me that!) And if you put the same spelling and try again the score remains the same.Has anyone got a high score with your spouse's name?I put both my kids names--and it showed me a perfect 100!! I tried it thrice! What happened to sibling rivalry?

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  3. Good morning!

    I got a 65 with Frank -- but Frank is the names of both my husband AND my son. My younger son, Nick, got a lower score...

    I love toys!~

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  4. hey i got a 75 when i tried with the name of my husband :)
    i am so happy he he

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  5. Anonymous12:06 PM

    I got 100 with my husband's name! Very fun!
    Dyan

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  6. i tired
    abcde efghi it gave 45 ...hehe

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  7. I got a 100% score..Plz pray that things work out as we have dreamed. :)

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  8. It gave me 95 with my loved one. I felt happy about the score which I received even after being fought with my love. It actually created a smile on my face..

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  9. It gave me 95 with my loved one. I felt happy about the score which I received even after being fought with my love. It actually created a smile on my face..

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