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A friend of yours occasionally teases you about something that you can't help, but take personally. How would you normally react?
You are reluctantly participating in an argument - and a classmate or colleague, is accusing you of something that you didn't do. Your teacher or boss is looking to the both of you for answers. What d
"Why is that? If you have no evidence or logical explanation, then you can't prove that I did it." You keep a firm gaze on their eyes and are rather devoid of any obvious facial expressions.
"Oh, wow - yeah, just BLAME the person next to you, huh? I didn't do it, alright?! You can't prove that I did it, anyway." You scowl at them and then await your classmate or colleague's explanation, irritated.
"No, I didn't do it. Besides, why are you accusing me first? Have you asked anyone else if they think I did it, or not?" You endeavour to stand up for yourself and eye them, looking somewhat upset.
Ask someone you know - anyone, right now - which one of the adjectives listed below, describes you best?
You're hanging out with a few chums and they lightly make fun of an artist you all see, as you walk past it. Secretly, you're a fan of their music - how would you defend your viewpoint?
Someone you significantly dislike, hurts themselves - and the accident is nobody's fault, but their own. As a bystander, what is your preferred option?
You're walking around the home and suddenly trip over nothing. Your family are around and they laugh at that. What would you do?
Whenever you complain about a person or issue that you despise with passion, how do you act out on it?
There is yet another report on the news, about the murder of innocent people. What do you think?
You're outside and spot your best friend, who is also your crush, in the distance - who you've fancied for quite a while. You stop to observe them for a bit; and see someone else approach them.
'Oh, they have a girlfriend / boyfriend..' you think on soliloquy, retaining a straight face. On the inside, you feel shattered and turn the other way, discretely.
"Oh...of course they do," you think aloud, feeling close to tears. 'I should've told them, before it became like this.' your internal monologue speaks, unvoiced.
"Damn it!" You curse, in a low voice - hoping nobody around heard you. You turn your heel and angrily go off in another direction. 'I wasn't meant to go in that direction; and it's not like I ever liked them like that...' you tell yourself over and over. Although, you know the truth is the opposite of what you're trying to persuade yourself into believing.
(Do not pick this!) This someone sidles up to them and stands unusually close to your crush. They then embrace them and kiss your crush. What's your tactic?