I'm a bit surprised how all the numbers are pretty high, with Robert being the lowest at 80%. The latter being a bit odd simply because usually on other mindless quizzes Robert and I typically get the same results or score closely.
Oooh! I must respond to this now, because it has Boo on it. :)=

Unfortunately, LJMatch won't let me play with it, because I don't have a valid US zipcode. *sigh*
Yeeeeesssss, behold the power of Boo! ;o)

Phhhbbt! Make up a zipcode. The only reason that's there I believe is so once you're signed up you can look for people living around you in meatspace with similar scores.
I'm married and not gay, so what's the point?
Doesn't mean I don't like you, 'cuz I do, you're one of the good'uns, Vince.
Re: I'm married and not gay, so what's the point?
Nah, it's not that kind of compatability. It's more about personality. Plus, it's just a mindless quiz anyhoo. ;o) I am a bit curious though to see if anyone around me has a high compatability rating to me. Of course, the radius for miles around me for the search will have to be big as there's not that many LJers around here whom I haven't already found -- just about all of them are teenage girls.

All that being said, I almost didn't do it 'cause it's just another thing I had to sign up for.
Re: I'm married and not gay, so what's the point?
Eee. Now they won't let new people sign up due to massively crippled by trafficness. *coughs-in-hand* Teenage girls? :P
Re: I'm married and not gay, so what's the point?
Well it is at least allegedly, a match-making service, that's where the assumption came from. ;-)