You're a mover and shaker. You know that atmosphere is everything, and you're always looking for the hot spot in town. Staking out prime territory at the end of the bar, you'll hang around till closing time--not very romantic, but it serves your purposes fine.
You're a Dung Fly!
The female Dung Fly is very particular about where it will lay its eggs and will mate only with a male occupying such a place. Old, dry dung won't nurture larvae, while dung that's too wet poses a safety problem: the combined weight of an amorous couple may cause the flies to sink and possibly drown in the wet dung. So males must stake out perfect patties and tussle amongst themselves for the privilege of mating with their guests.
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