Who Did You Have an Affair With in Your Past Life?

You naughty thing, you!

Margot Touitou
On Nov 26, 2014

What are your feelings on monogamy?

If you could live in any decade of the last century, which would you choose?

It is important that your partner is ______.

Which of these modern day hotties would you have an affair with?

Where would you choose to have a secret rendezvous with your lover?

Which song would you play to get your lover in the mood?

What is the most romantic thing your lover could do for you?

What worries you the most about your future?

Finish this sentence: Love is _____.

And finally, which of these pictures speaks to your soul?

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci is one of the world’s most profound thinkers, philosophers and artists who lived from 1452 – 1519. Leonardo created masterpieces that profoundly impacted history and society, which was all made possible thanks to you! You and Da Vinci first crossed paths in a Florentine market where your eyes met and sparks flew. Soon, you began encountering each other more and more and eventually, a hot and heavy love affair began. The two of you would stay up all night discussing science, philosophy and art and he found your beauty and brains so compelling and irresistible, that he was able to create some of the most unforgettable pieces of art of all time. You were an incredible muse and your smile inspired him to paint the Mona Lisa. Where would the world be without you?

King Henry VIII

King Henry VIII

Henry the VIII was the attractive and rebellious King of England who ruled from 1509 until his death in 1547. Henry was the second monarch of the Tudor Dynasty and was known for breaking the rules, which is exactly what you loved about him. He instituted radical changes to the English constitution and was famous for marrying six different women and having several of them executed when they fell out of his good graces. Your affair with Henry VIII began during his second marriage to Anne Boleyn. You served as Anne’s lady-in-waiting and one day, your eyes locked with the King’s and you felt the passion immediately. Before long, the two of you were meeting in secret locations throughout the castle. When Anne Boleyn discovered you two were in love, she confronted the King and eventually he became so bothered by her complaints that he had her executed. You ran away from the castle before you met a similar fate and luckily you got to keep your head!

James Dean

James Dean

He was a cultural icon and a rebel without a cause, but you knew James Dean as your very own hunky heartthrob. The two of you met while studying theater at UCLA. You both starred in a small play on campus in which you shared an onstage kiss and your chemistry was undeniable. Soon, James dropped out to pursue an acting career and the two of you reconnected while you were working on the set of his acclaimed film, East of Eden in 1955. In between takes, the two of you would sneak off to his trailer where things really heated up. When production wrapped, you went your separate ways. You spent months grieving his tragic and untimely death after a car accident that same year.

Cleopatra

Cleopatra

Cleopatra was Queen of Ancient Egypt and was one of the most celebrated female leaders of all time. She was known for her captivating beauty and personality which won over many men including Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. Your love affair with the illustrious queen began around 44 B.C. after Caesar was assassinated. One day, you spotted Cleopatra bathing on the banks of the Nile and were immediately enraptured by her alluring looks and eventually the two of you began a steamy affair. You gave Cleopatra the strength and support she needed to rule the Kingdom, but eventually your affair ended in 41 B.C. when she began her affair with Marc Anthony.

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette was the last Queen of France who was married to Louis XVI and helped provoke the events that eventually led to the French Revolution which overthrew her monarchy. However, before the Revolution began, Marie was living a life of luxury and was revered for her sense of fashion and good looks. Not only was she incredibly feminine, but she also knew how to hang with the boys and enjoyed gambling and drinking. According to historians, her husband Louis XVI was bad in bed and was unable to satisfy her needs, leading her to enjoy affairs with both men and women. One night, after a decadent feast, the two of you began eyeing one another after a few glasses of wine. You were drawn to her beautiful fair skin and blue eyes before long Marie Antoinette let you have the cake and eat it too! The two of you would meet in mysterious locations but it all ended when your sexy mistress was beheaded in October 1793. Marie Antoinette let you have the cake and eat it too!

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

"To be or not to be?"... William Shakespeare is one of the greatest authors of all time whose legendary works, including Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet,have been performed on stages across the globe for centuries. Interestingly enough, after the birth of Shakespeare’s twins in 1585, a 7 year period which historians refer to as “The Lost Years” began in which there are no historical records about his life. While many scholars have their speculations as to why this happened, you know the real reason. This is when your affair with William began in which the two of you fell madly in love. You and William began canoodling after meeting in a small village outside of Shakespeare’s hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon. You were immediately drawn to his creativity as well as his ability to write and tell stories. Your affair was full of affection and excitement and you inspired him to pen some of the most widely recognized lines in the English language! You affair ended when Shakespeare moved to London to pursue his infamous career as a playwright.