Opposites attract is the motto that you live by. You’re obsessed with contrasts and having the best of both worlds. Your relationship’s just another indicator of that.
1. You and your SO’s taste in music could not be any more different.
Seeing as your partner has the complete opposite taste in music, you’ve heard samplings of music from around the globe. You may like Miley, but you can still bachata to Aventura or sing along to Bollywood.
2. You adapt to new styles incredibly easily.
Since you like differences in your relationship, you also prefer it when it comes to fashion. You can go from Preppy Pop Princess to Trap Queen Goddess in the same week.
You might just even pierce your nose or wear a Flamenco dress. You’re basically a style chameleon.
3. Your bae’s turned you into a total foodie.
Your partner introduced you to buss up shot and you introduced him to a local deli. You two are constantly sharing your favorite foods. Even though they’re complete opposites, they’re still delighting your taste buds.
4. You’ve become the ultimate wine and liquor expert.
You have a fav drink. So does your partner. Now switch and sip. The best way to experiment with food or drinks is having someone that’s constantly tempting you with something new.
5. You’re the yes woman when your partner suggests something new.
Your balls – excuse the metaphor – are big enough to go out and date someone who is exactly unlike you. So you’re probably also saying yes to every great experience your partner throws at you. You’ve been known to reinvent yourself with makeovers, trying new hobbies, or traveling on a whim.
6. You’ve had your own world tour, but also travel with your honey.
You love the fact that you and your significant other have very, VERY different backgrounds and cultures. This means that you also enjoy spending time learning about cultures and different ways that people live, whether or not it’s the culture of your relationship.
You most definitely have the travel bug and you feel that the experience of traveling is way worth the expense.
7. You’re low-key all day with your baby.
When you’re not traveling between continents or doing something cray, you can be found relaxing, “cooking pies with your baby.”
You’ve learned to be low key because you’ve had to roll with the punches and surprises of being with someone that most of the time has different opinions than you. You’ve gotten used to just taking things easy and playing it by ear.
8. You and you lover are into some pretty freaky sh*t.
You are definitely one to try out some kinky stuff with your partner because you are a fan of the unconventional and spontaneous. Just don’t hurt yourself.
9. Your career is not the root of you and your partner’s happiness.
You’re not one to follow a set path like the office 9-to-5 or make risk-free career moves. You take career chances, which may or may not always work out in the long run for the financial aspect of your relationship. Hey, at least you took the chance!
10. You have an extreme list of random hobbies with your S.O.
Maybe you’re into running, and he’s just not. The fact that you both have different interests allows you both to try different things, like your partner’s art class or your half marathon. This makes your relationship far from boring.