The results said:
"You are class itself, the calm, confident 'perfect woman.' Men turn and look at you admiringly as you walk down the street, and even your rivals have a grudging respect for you. You always know the right thing to say, do and, of course, wear. You can take charge of a situation when things get out of hand, and you're a great help to your partner even if they don't immediately see or know it. You are one classy dame. Your screen partners include William Powell and Cary Grant, you little simmerpot, you."Simmerpot?
And the numbers were:
Grit = 45/100 You scored 21% on grit, higher than 45% of your peers.Hmmmm. I would have thought Myrna Loy would have scored a little higher on grit, wit and class, wouldn't you? I mean, she helped William Powell solve all those Thin Man mysteries, didn't she? That took a lot of grit. And she was always pretty darn witty and classy all the while.
Wit = 61/100 You scored 29% on wit, higher than 61% of your peers.
Flair = 21/100 You scored 29% on flair, higher than 21% of your peers.
Class = 77/100 You scored 38% on class, higher than 77% of your peers.
Ya think maybe I'm expecting a tad too much of the Classic Dames Test? Oh, well, maybe I should just be content with that part about being the "perfect woman." My husband should be amused to hear that it's finally official: I've been telling him that for years!