If BuzzFeed quizzes are any guide, I should move to Michigan and retrain to be an astronaut. Passive aggressive behavior can get ridiculous. Getty Images If you answered mostly with the second column. So many to choose from, but BuzzFeed will help you figure out the perfect one for you! Got a barbed wire tattoo and attend Kid Cudi concerts? Does this question keep you up at night? If you don't care whether people are passive aggressive and you aren't that way yourself, it might be kind of boring. Last, but not least, this is probably the most pressing question we ever have to answer. Are you eating smart, exercising and doing all the goody-goody things? Until then, there's no point in stressing out.
Also, some posts may contain affiliate links, meaning we'll make fractions of pennies if you buy anything from them. Draw on people while they're sleeping? Then choose a landscape photo and favorite quote and voilà, best. Trying to decide where to go? College is all about finding yourself. BuzzFeed might not be the most reliable source in beauty advice, but go ahead and find out what your destined haircut is anyway! When it comes to distraction and relaxation, few things on the internet deliver quite like quizzes. When you meet someone who makes you light up, you'll know. This quiz is for you! Don't worry if it takes a little time.
Maybe too awesome for emojis? This one is simple and quick. I guess the author of this quiz likes people in Michigan, but I'm not packing my bags just yet. Buzzfeed told me I am not passive aggressive, but hey, the choices are obvious if you want that answer. By now, we all know what passive aggressive means and that it's not optimal behavior, right? This one netted me an A+ in the grade of life, and hey, I even told them I don't exercise. Pick one emoji from a grid of 21 different little pictures, and it tells you what emotion it represents and offers an interpretation of what that says about you.
Choose a magazine, social network and movie genre. The best things in life are worth waiting for! Pick adjectives to describe your partner's good qualities and your own negative ones. I took this quiz concerning my ex-boyfriend who constantly lied, harassed me, trespassed on my property uninvited, went behind my back and lied to other people concerning me, sent messages to distant relatives telling them that I was in the hospital which caused them anxiety until they could confirm that I was safely at home, told me that I could cry myself to sleep when I missed my mother who had just recently passed away, mentally abused me, emotionally abused me, was very possessive, and called my phone 23 times in 16 minutes. Getty Images If you answered mostly with the first column. Shop at Hollister, Affliction and Express? Something must be wrong in the quiz logic -- or the rest of the world is farther behind the health curve than I thought.
Answer 10 quick questions that. You need a little more time and desire to be entertained by idiocy for this one, but it's very popular -- probably because. How would you spend a tax refund? Photos courtesy of : , , , health. At least that's what the site told me after I took some of its popular personality quizzes. Find someone who matches your fervor for life — or consider a shyer soul who will appreciate your take-charge attitude. Forget about the career center, just take this BuzzFeed quiz! From one chronic procrastinator to another, I get it.
Looking for more fun articles? See site Disclaimer in the About section for additional details. Have your most urgent question answered!. Stressing over where to live after college? I must be doing something right, though, because they also assured me I don't need to exercise more even though I hardly ever do and I am going to live a long, healthy life. Still, a few of the answers are slightly funny. My choice kind of implied I was trying to be too hip or cool.
It told me I belong in Michigan, even though I live in Maryland. This is one of my favorites because the in palm-reading-speak. We'll find you, and it'll hurt. Those do the trick, too. . .
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