- A personality quiz that matches you to multiple TV characters is going viral right now.
- Using a slider, you choose between 28 pairs of adjectives.
- The test will match you with one main character, but also show you a “full match list” with hundreds of other characters.
You probably have a little extra time on your hands these days, and that’s cool, because there’s a super-specific personality test you just have to take. The gist? It matches people with a whole slew of TV characters.
The craze all started when NPR’s “Pop Culture Happy Hour” member Margaret Willison tweeted out a link to it. “Hello and welcome to the only thing I will be thinking about today,” she wrote on Twitter, before directing people to the Statistical ‘Which Character’ Personality Quiz.
Hello and welcome to the only thing I will be thinking about today: https://t.co/T1g0xS9l8w
The quiz, which looks like it was built back in 1995, does an assessment of your personality by showing you 28 pairs of adjectives. There’s a slider between the pairs that you adjust to say what percentage of the adjectives describes you most.
Sample adjectives: loyal vs. traitorous, and blue collar vs. ivory tower. You know what to do.
The quiz takes about five minutes to complete (or less, if you’re fast with the adjectives) and then you’ll get your results. Those are pretty in-depth, too. You’ll get one main pop culture character that best fits you, along with a “full match list” with hundreds of other characters that are also a good—but not 100 percent—match for you.
Btw, your personality changes over time, so the answer you get now might be totally different in a year:
There’s a massive group of characters the quiz pulls from, including all your faves from Game of Thrones, Friends, Sex and the City, Parks and Recreation, The Office, Crazy Rich Asians, and Harry Potter.
If you don’t like the character you get, don’t freak out. It doesn’t mean you’re totally evil or anything if you end up with Lord Voldemort. The quiz also makes sure to say this: “This test is provided for educational and entertainment use only. It should not be used as psychological advice of any kind and comes without any guarantee of accuracy or fitness for any particular purpose.” Translation: Just have fun with it.
Heads up: You might have to refresh a few times to actually take the test. It’s super popular RN, so not everyone is able to get in right away.
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