How Chemistry Compatible Are You With Your Lover?

Here is a simple formula and scientific method to help you determine whether your relationship is favorably destined to happily last forever or cursed to the dead pool.

Simply collect the data, all the likes and dislikes, endogenous and exogenous variables, general things  that are directly and indirectly related to your lover, personal habits, career, and just about everything that you like (savory) and dislike (unsavory) about your lover. Write them all down on a piece of paper.

Then regress them by adding them all up, and then average them to get their mean value, and then factor them by dividing them. To get the factor value of what you like about your lover, divide your savory by the unsavory factor, and to get your unsavory, simply do the opposite, and multiply each factor by 100 to get their percentage value.

Now, what is the percentage value do you like and or dislike about your lover? If 10% is what you like about your lover and 90% is what you dislike him or her, then divide them; 0.1/0.9, which gives you a factor of 0.11.

How about if your savory is 90% and 10% is your unsavory? That’s, 0.9/0.1 = 0.9. So, the higher the factor, the more likely your relationship will last, but if your factor is lower, you may want to think twice about your relationship, as it may be headed for a brick wall.

If your savory factor is 0.01 or less, then you may not even want to try to make it work. But if your savory factor is 0.5 or higher, then drop the bucket and run to the chapel and tie that knot, as yours is a match made in, hmm… some silly formula I just made up – I gotcha!

But seriously, it works.

* Patent Pending.

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