Quiz: Who is your Shakespearean Soulmate?

 

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If you were living in a Shakespearean play who would be your true love? Are you hot for Hamlet, mad for Macbeth, pining for Prospero or crazy for Caesar?

Take this fun quiz and find out!

Your Shakespearean Soulmate

 

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I am apparently enamored with Puck.  No big surprise! Everyone knows I live in   A Midsummer Night’s Dream  and am no stranger to fairies.

You got: Puck

Puck is one mischievous creature and is bound to take you to new heights during your sexy time with him. He’s definitely capable of making you extra thirsty just by whispering in your ear. He’s the only one who will make you laugh all the way to the bedroom.

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Let me know who you get!
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41 comments on “Quiz: Who is your Shakespearean Soulmate?

  1. Unfortunately, your link took me to a page where I couldn’t do the quiz. Or maybe I’m too old to understand how … King Lear, then!

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  2. shadowedmuses says:

    I got Julius Caesar.
    Thanks that was a bit of fun.

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  3. toutparmoi says:

    I got Hamlet. Oh dear. I’m sure I wouldn’t be his type. And he’s certainly not mine.

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  4. I got Puck as well! 🙂 I’m always away with the faeries and I do like a man that can make me laugh 🙂

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  5. The quiz doesn’t seem to want to work on my smart phone.

    So I don’t know who I’m enamoured with.

    In terms of historical figures, I’ve always found Cleopatra to be a hot chick.

    I don’t know about Shakespeare’s Cleopatra because Anthony and Cleopatra is one of the few Shakespeare plays I haven’t read.

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  6. John W. Leys says:

    You got: Hamlet

    Sure, Hamlet is a bit obsessive here and there, but that only makes him a better lover. There’s literally more to him than meets the eye, so prepare yourself – you’re going to have one hell of a time rolling around the sheets with the Prince of Denmark..

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  7. Susan says:

    You got: Prospero
    Prospero is a true magician, which means the possibilities are endless when it comes to the bedroom. He might even write you a poem as a form of foreplay. It’s known he loves being in control, so get ready to do some serious experimenting.

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  8. Hmm…I got Puck. I don’t really think of myself as a “Puck” person but I picked Jude Law as my British hottie so I guess that makes me mischief prone!

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  10. That was fun. I got Puck too. 😀

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  11. Vicky V says:

    This was so much fun! I got Petruchio which is hilarious. Sometimes when I fight with my partner I accuse him of always taking the opposite side to me and I say “your just like Petruchio!”

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  12. As it happens, Hamlet is actually one of my favourite Shakespearian plays, so I supposition it shouldn’t be too surprising I get into’t really consider of myself as a “Puck” soul but I picked Jude Law as my British hottie so I supposition that makes me mischief prostrate!

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  13. leroyjhunt says:

    As it happens, Hamlet is actually one of my favourite(a) Shakespearian plays, so I guesswork it shouldn’t be too surprising I put on’t really guess of myself as a “Puck” someone but I picked Jude Law as my British hottie so I guesswork that makes me balefulness prostrate!

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