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Why Are You So Mean?

There are a lot of nice people in this world -- and then there's you... cruel, spiteful you. This quiz knows exactly why you're acting that way. Want the explanation? Get clickin'.

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  • What would it take for you to be quiet and respectful while someone you don't like is talking?

    • It might happen -- if I fall asleep.
    • It'll only happen if he/she avoids saying anything negative about me.
    • It'll only happen if he/she stops talking in a few seconds.
    • It'll only happen if I've got bigger stuff on my mind, and I'm not really paying attention.
    • It'll only happen if I feel like he/she wouldn't understand my criticism anyway.
    • It'll only happen if he/she is describing how awesome I am.
    • Not gonna happen.
  • Some people are so nice they wouldn't hurt a fly. You'd only hurt a fly if...

    • It's a total accident. I swear I'd never hurt a fly on purpose, but nobody seems to believe me.
    • I'm having a really bad day.
    • It's buzzing around my computer monitor.
    • It's buzzing around my ears while I'm trying to sleep.
    • It hurts me first, by getting in my food or something.
    • It stands around for too long. It was asking for it!
    • Someone's like, "You'd never hurt a fly!" Oh, really?
  • Compared to how things are now, do you expect your life to get better in the near future?

    • If it doesn't get better, I'm gonna freak.
    • No. Everything seems to be getting suckier and suckier!
    • Give me a sec. I have to check my horoscope online.
    • Maybe. I wish I could fast-forward my life until then.
    • Yeah, I bet things will be better in the morning.
    • Yes. I will make SURE things get better.
    • Ugh. I can tell this quiz doesn't get what I'm about.
  • You're finally alone with your crush (YAY!) when he/she confesses to having a huge crush on your best friend (Not so yay.) You:

    • Go home and cry myself to sleep.
    • Send them both nasty emails later. They suck.
    • Try to find a new crush as soon as possible.
    • Get mad at my best friend. I'm sure he/she caused this somehow, just to hurt me.
    • Spill all the secrets I know about them to anyone who'll listen.
    • Wish my crush had at least given me a chance. Nobody ever bothers to get to know me.
    • Should've known this would happen. Of course my crush doesn't like me back.
  • You're in line at a bagel place, and the guy in front of you keeps changing his mind about what he wants. What are you most likely to say/think?

    • Nothing, unless he gives me a nasty look.
    • I won't say anything, but I might post a rant in my blog later.
    • "This day is not off to a good start."
    • "I can't believe I got up on time, and I'm STILL going to be late."
    • "After waiting this long, they better not screw up my order again."
    • "Dude, I'm in a rush. Can you make up your mind?"
    • "HEY! If you don't know what you want, get outta the line!"
  • Are you more likely to get angry at random strangers or people you know well?

    • Random strangers, definitely
    • People I know well
    • I tend to get angry at people I trust (when I realize I shouldn't have trusted them).
    • I only get angry at people who get angry at me first.
    • It depends on what kind of day I'm having.
    • Right now I'm a little bit angry at YOU. This quiz better not say anything nasty about me.
    • I'm not angry at specific people -- I'm angry at the world.
  • Which of these things would put you in the worst mood?

    • If a close friend criticizes me in public
    • If my Internet connection goes down for the whole day
    • If a construction crew starts jack-hammering outside my house at 6 a.m.
    • If a friend of mine gives me a mean nickname, and it catches on
    • If I get stuck in traffic for an hour when I'm on my way to something fun
    • If the person I like tells me I'm "just not that attractive"
    • If I explain something really personal to a friend, and he/she says, "You're crazy"
  • If we say, "You don't have a mean bone in your body," are we telling the truth?

    • My bones are strong and powerful, and don't you dare imply otherwise.
    • My mouse-clicking finger gets a bit mean.
    • My fist can be kind of mean to my alarm clock, when it's trying to hit "snooze."
    • My feet can be kind of mean -- like, I might accidentally cut in front of someone in line.
    • It's not a bone, but my brain can be mean. My brain tells me things will get better, but then my life turns to crap.
    • I don't have any mean bones, but I feel like everyone around me has a whole mean skeleton.
    • I don't think my bones are mean, but other people seem to.
  • You have a huge argument with your best friend, but when you wake up the next morning, you realize you were wrong. Will you apologize?

    • No. Wrong or not, I'll stand my ground.
    • No, but if I posted anything nasty online, I might delete it.
    • No way, because I know my friend wouldn't apologize to me if the situation were reversed.
    • Probably not. I'd rather move on. That argument is ancient history now.
    • Maybe, but I can totally see my friend taking it the wrong way. I might just make things worse.
    • Yeah, but at this point, I'm not sure our friendship is fixable. I always ruin things.
    • Yeah. I was probably just overtired and cranky.
  • Your friend asks you to comment on a photo she posted online, but the only thing you can think to say is really nasty. You'll:

    • Leave the comment using a fake name.
    • Leave the comment I have in mind. She's left mean ones for me, so she deserves it.
    • Leave a comment that says "Nice pic" just so she'll stop bugging me.
    • Leave an inside-joke comment that she probably won't understand.
    • Wait until tomorrow to comment. Maybe I'll be in a better mood.
    • Say exactly what I'm thinking. If she can't handle the truth, why'd she ask for comments?
    • Ugh. How did I end up with such an annoying friend?
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