It is a natural human curiosity wanting to know what other people think of us, and how much they like us. To know that we should really read through their behaviors and the signs of their appreciation, but human behavior is so strange that sometimes it is difficult to understand something.
Let's get some help from Love Actually then.
Love Actually is supposed to calculate the affinity of you with someone else, through a complex algorithm that reminds me of the one I used for the same type of game when I was 6 years old.
Write your name and date of birth and those one of your beloved one and press the Calculate My Suitability button to get Love Actually's unmerciful percentage, which will show in big numbers your level of affinity.
You can enable or disable the birth date function, which is just as well as it is pretty difficult to navigate.
I've tried Love Actually and sadly realized I get a very low score with almost every other name I enter.
I'm not compatible with the man I thought I liked and with the ones I don't particularly fancy. Although this may accidentally reflect my actual incompatibility with the entire human race, how could Love Actually possibly know?
! And even if it did know, why penalize all the Francescas in the world? It is really not fair.
If you get the same extremely low results as me, don't get upset, it's just a program that knows nothing about social relations.
- Re-designed the layout and calculation method
- Improved performance on slower machines
- Added web advertising Bar
- Added previous names function
- Changed love messages
- New background
- Improved calculation percentages
- Automatically installs over any existing version
- Removed previous multi-language support