By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 22 Jun, 2022
If you have been on TikTok in the past week, then you've likely seen people discussing what human emotions they represent. It might sound like something from Disney's Inside Out, but it's the results of a quick online quiz instead.
The trend sees users post videos of their results, which claim to explain precisely who the quiz taker is as a person and what human emotion they most closely align with after answering just a few questions.
Some videos have peaked at over 400,000 likes in just a few days, proving the rising trend's widespread. Despite the trend taking over TikTok, it can be 87difficult to find out exactly how to do it yourself. Comments are filled with users asking where to track down the quiz and noting that they can't find it anywhere.
The human feeling quiz trending online can be found on UQuiz, a quiz-making website, by following this link.
For English speakers, however, the webpage will need to be translated using the handy feature at the top of the screen on Chrome and Safari, as it was initially published in Russian. As a heads up, the translation is rough and frequently makes the quiz relatively hard to follow.
The human feelings quiz involves 11 questions, which ask about different aspects of your personality, ranging from whether you think it's 'okay to have feelings' and which image of a drink resonates the most with you.
Despite being designed on a website that anyone can use and make quizzes with, TikTok users are seemingly pleased with the examination and feel their results are spookily accurate.
Earlier this year, the 'green line' relationship test went viral on TikTok, but experts were quick to debunk the entire thing.
The test claimed to show which person in a couple holds power and 'wears the pants' by showing who is leaning into who.
For the experts, the theory was wrong, but leaning in showed something completely different and far more positive: indicating that you care about the other person.
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