Unexpectedly Intriguing!
December 12, 2007

There it is! The question is now out and in the open and you are now compelled to find out. Geek Logik author Garth Sundem spells out why as only he can:

Whapish! Whapish!: the universal sign for "your girlfriend rules your life." There's even a chance your friends already crack this imaginary whip in your direction. But what's the real deal? Are you really whipped or do your friends simply have unreal expectations of you, due of course to their status as desperate geeks incapable of finding a date themselves and jealous of your good thing?

Well, one way you could find out who really rules your world is to use our latest Geek Logik tool, which is based upon the intricate formula Garth concocted just to help you answer this key question now dominating your existence! Just enter the indicated information in the guys-only tool below and we'll provide your results.

Before you do though, you'll need to get your output results from this other tool from our Geek Logik series, which the tool below requires as the third input factor. Don't worry about clicking the link and losing what you may already have entered - we'll open up the other tool in a new browser window, and it won't hurt a bit (unless she, and you know who we mean, finds out!...)

Personal Data
Input Data Values
Number of habits you repress when your girlfriend is around.
Number of times per day you say the equivalent of "yes, dear"
Plug in your answer to "Should You Go Out with the Guys?"
Your willingness/ability to fight
(1-10 with 10 being "Muhammad Ali")
Your girlfriend's willingness/ability to fight
(1-10 with 10 being "Xena: Warrior Princess")
When you do a chore around the house, how often is it because you want it done?
(1-10 - Base your answer on ten chores)
When you do a chore around the house, how often is it because your girlfriend suggests it to you?
(1-10 - Base your answer on ten chores)
Are you a slob?
(1-10 with 10 being "bottom layers of bedroom studied by archaeologists")


Are You Whipped?
Calculated Results Values
Your "Whipped" Index Score
What You Should Do

You are, of course, welcome to share your findings with your friends. Or keep them under wraps - we won't tell!

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