You can be both a good bae and lowkey psycho, depending on the given scenarios. However this quiz will tell you which end of the scale you are leaning more towards. It measures how high-maintenance you are, how much control you need over your environment, and how flexible you can be when your plans are disrupted. There are some situations (not included) that should always elicit the same response towards your partner-- not chill/break up-- such as lying and cheating. This response allows you to respect yourself and keep track of your emotional well-being.
Recently, highkey psycho people have been celebrated with branded shirts warning, "cute but psycho". This reclaiming has allowed people around the world to exercise their instinctive emotional responses without being shamed. Instead, they give you fair warning ahead of time so as a partner you can adapt to their needs.
Whether you want to be with a "bae" or a "psycho" depends on the type of person you are and your emotional needs. As long as you find someone who can match those needs they should be ready regardless of your "bae"/"psycho" tendencies.
So answer these questions about your personality and find out: are you major bae or highkey psycho?
If your babe's been on vacation for two weeks and comes back how do you react?
Despite how tight your relationship may be there will always be instances where babe needs to go somewhere solo. How do you handle this? If you're confident about your partnership this probably won't concern you. However if you've been played in the past you have good reason to be cute but psycho.
If your partner wants to stay friends with their ex, how do you react?
This question is an emotional bomb. Often the answer to this question hinges on experiences you've had in the past and the relationship your partner had with their ex. It's tricky to know if your feeling about this are justified. Either way, you need someone who takes your emotional stability into account.
If they don't have what you ordered at a restaurant how do you react?
We've all been in this position at dining establishments. Even if the choice was only between Pepsi and Coke (No, Pepsi won't do). How do you deal with the change in your plan and how set were you on that food item anyway? What you choose in this example is a good indicator of how much you need control.
If your roommate takes something that's yours in the fridge how do you deal with it?
If you've ever shared an apartment you know that this issue can be on the low end of the problems you might encounter with your roomies. But do you find this ridiculously frustrating? Are you over the top about it? If only food could talk and tell you who's been taking the delicious rye and cheese sandwiches...
Are you generally a tidy person?
Everyone has a room, how do you treat yours? Do you feel most at home in chaos, with things in unorthodox but rememberable places? Or do you have trouble finding things? Sometimes how controlling you are of the space around you speaks to how much control you need in a relationship.
What's your favourite colour?
What types of hues do you like to be surrounded by? Does your colour palate more reflect the everyday range or have you memorized the paint selection at a hardware store? Favourite colours can say a lot about a person's mood and comportment.
Your partner cancels on you last minute, what do you do?
One thing that's so nice about having a partner is that person is generally down to hang out whenever they can. Sometimes though the two of you make plans and it falls through on their side. You may have been really looking forward to seeing them. How empathetic are you? Do you trust them enough to believe their rationale?
How upset are you when someone takes credit for your idea?
It's never great when someone else takes credit for an earlier contribution you've made. It's unfair and it's happening right before your eyes. How do you handle this? Maybe you decide since they're your friend it's ok and they probably didn't do it to spite you. On the other hand maybe you snap.
You and your friends have plans for the movies but they choose one you don't want to see, what do you do?
Friends will have differing interests and tastes in things they do for fun. Some people are open to exploring new events and opportunities, while others already have a specific idea of what they like. Some ask, why would you pay for something you know you won't like? How would you approach the above situation?
If your roommate comes home with a dog they want to adopt what's your response?
This question overlooks any allergies you might have. Everyone feels sad about a lost pet and wants to help it out. Plus it's nice to have a furry friend in the house. But maybe your roommates enthusiasm is short-lived and then the dog becomes your responsibility. How would you handle this situation?
How's your road rage?
Freeways and boulevards can be extremely stressful places especially when it seems like no one around you knows how to drive. This can make the road seem extremely unsafe. Are you comfortable enough with your driving skills but need to call people out? How do you deal with bad drivers?
What if your partner cooks something for you that you told them you were allergic to?
How much weight do you put on remembering the little details? While sometimes your partner can forget small quirks about you it's important you know that they listen to you. Though this means they might not remember every tiny detail, they certainly need to be attentive.
You're waiting to be seated at a popular restaurant and you notice a couple that got there after you is seated first, how do you respond?
We've all been in this situation. You are at a favorite restaurant, you're starving, but you can't get a seat because it's one of the best places in town. Then you see a party of your size waltz in even though you're first in line and you've made a reservation! What is this all about? How do you handle this?
You're talking to a customer service representative and they can't answer your questions, what do you do?
Somehow you have to call customer service representatives for the most frustrating of things. When a flight gets canceled, when an expensive and "reliable" item breaks-- overall when things aren't working correctly. It's hard to not take your frustration with the situation out on the call agent. Take a deep breath and recognize it's not their fault.
How do you like your caffeine?
As a student caffeine is a necessary staple for a productive existence. Most Americans have coffee at least twice a day as part of their work routine. Who can imagine a world with out this energy-giving source fueling us? Where do you get your caffeine?
If your significant other doesn't want to meet your friends how do you react?
You enjoy everything about your significant other, but they aren't interested in meeting your pals. It's like they don't have time for them, only for you. It's like Mr. Big and Carrie, no matter how Carrie tries Big just can't make room for her gals. How would you deal with this situation?
You've been together over a year and you haven't met your SO's parents, what do you do?
You've been in a relationship with someone for a year and you don't know how to gauge their seriousness towards you. You want to meet their parents who live close by but they've never brought it up? How do you act? If you succeed just hope it doesn't turn out like Get Out.
What song do you choose to sing with your partner on karaoke night?
When you're out with friends what song best exemplifies your relationship? Are you all about opening up in a public space? How far would your significant other be willing to go in declaring your love on stage. Choosing between these karaoke songs will tell give us a reading of how psycho you are.
What is your go-to junk food?
All of us have favorite foods that we know aren't the best for us. But they taste too good to get away from for long. How do you enjoy a day of letting loose and eating everything? There are so many delicious ways to indulge, are you more savory, or sweet? Let us know what your favourite junk food is.
Which kind of cereal are you?
If we're being honest cereal is appropriate at any hour of the day-- it cannot be confined to just a breakfast food. Everyone has a specific go to that they will purchase at whatever cost just so they can have some on-hand. Once you choose your cereal it's kind of a long-term commitment. So, what type do you snack on?
If one of your friends does something to the group that is not cool, how do you react?
What if a friend purposefully did something that affected your entire group? Like they gave away the location of your hangout spot or sold something that was communally owned? How do you approach them on this front? Didn't they think of what they were doing?
What would be your first or next tattoo?
Body ink is a form of expression. Some people use it to make their body aesthetically pleasing while others attach deep emotional significance to the permanent marks they have made. Have you ever gotten a tattoo? Would your next tattoo have anything to do with your relationship?
How do you deal when someone doesn't text you back?
How petty are you? When someone doesn't respond to your texts do you automatically assume they're ignoring you? In a digital age we expect everyone to respond to us ASAP. After all, they'll generally have their phone on them, so why are they taking so long to come up with a response?
How do you approach relationships?
A lot of people are overly concerned about finding a monogamous relationships. What are their arguments? Even penguins find it. It's important to remember not to sacrifice your emotional well-being for the sake of a relationship status. Make sure to be with someone who values you, even if that lands you with the label "highkey psycho".
What is your favorite dog?
The type of dog you choose as a companion says a lot about your personality. It reflects what activities (to take care of the canine) you wouldn't mind integrating into your schedule and it shows what doggos you define as cute.