This compatibility test by fish love brings a new and fun way in which to discover romantic compatibility between two lovers. Read more on this subject and discover the fish species involved below the form.


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How does this compatibility test by fish love work?

Have you ever noticed how many expressions used to describe something related to love use the term fish? Like fish in the sea, plenty of fish in the sea and even something is fishy there between those two. Well, this fun compatibility test by fish love puts together two partners and their corresponding fresh water fish in order to reveal a fun verdict of the compatibility based on the actual compatibility in water, between the two fish chosen.

When it comes to love and compatibilities we can view lovers as the elements of a complicated ecosystem called love. They mingle and connect in complex ways and it is often very difficult to understand the patterns of their world. Now please replace the term lovers with fish and the term love with aquarium or fresh water. Isn’t it just the same thing?

Based on this association the above tester tries to give a definition to the compatibility for two partners. How? In relation with the compatibility between the two fish chosen from a variety of 24 choices, compatibility as known from real scientifically based biological studies.

Fish

African Cichlids

Eels

Minnows

Rasbora

Angelfish

Goldfish

Mollies

Sharks

Barbs

Gouramis

Oscars

Shrimp

Bettas

Guppies

Platies

So. Am. Cichlids

Cory Cats

Koi

Plecostomus

Swordtails

Discus

Loaches

Rainbow Fish

Tetras

Example of a message

If you were an Angelfish and your partner a Goldfish, how well would things be between you too? Here is this combination’s result: “These are two fish that are known they don’t get along at all together in fresh water! Maybe it’s their entire fault as they are so pretentious and it has nothing to do with the compatibility between you and your loved one. However, don’t forget it was your intuition that led you to this result, so pay attention!”

25 Jan, 2015 | 0 comments

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