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Take this quiz and we’ll tell you what your love language is

Are you more into physical touch or words of affirmation?

They say French is the language of love. Le langage de l’amour. Je t’aime. Omelette du fromage. Escargot. You may think you are now in love with me after reading that, but you’d be wrong. There is a far more important language of love out there – in fact, there’s five. And there’s one for every person.

Your love language is the specific kind of communication that you value in relationships. It’s the way you want to be treated that makes you feel most loved. There’s words of affirmation, physical touch, receiving gifts, quality time and acts of service. I would like to have all of those at the same time from whoever I’m dating, but sadly we can only have one. Hence why this love languages quiz gives you one answer not five. Wouldn’t be a very good quiz then, would it?

Finding out your main love language helps you identify what you’re looking for in a relationship and what you need from a partner. Big into physical touch? Maybe don’t date people that don’t wanna cuddle after sex. Like gifts? Hunt yourself down a posho. Acts of service really get you off? Date a man who’s hands look like that (imagine a muddy hands pic please) so you can spend your time taking quizzes like this.

There’s only one way to find out, take the love languages quiz now:

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