back to top

How Anxious Are You?

Are you actually more worried than other people?

Posted on
  1. Check
    Saying something stupid.
    Check
    When your boss wants to speak with you.
    Check
    A text message that says, "Call me."
    Check
    When you text someone, and they don't text back for a few hours.
    Check
    Being five minutes late.
    Check
    Accidentally farting and having everyone hear it.
    Check
    Unexplained noises.
    Check
    Parties where you don't know anyone.
    Check
    Doctors' appointments.
    Check
    Not knowing whether or not you've locked a door.
    Check
    Random, unexplained twinges of pain.
    Check
    Doing your taxes.
    Check
    Having your parents find out about anything.
    Check
    Not knowing what to do in a natural disaster.
    Check
    When people around you laugh at something and you don't know what they're laughing about.
    Check
    Waiting for someone to accept your Facebook friend request.
    Check
    The dark.
    Check
    A text message that just says "OK."
    Check
    Anything with the word "surprise."
    Check
    Hearing honking in traffic and thinking it's directed at you.
    Check
    Networking.
    Check
    Crowds.
    Check
    Having to use a public bathroom.
    Check
    Dogs.
    Check
    Gross stuff on door handles.
    Check
    Sharing a bed.
    Check
    Accidentally liking a tweet or a Facebook status from someone you like-like.
    Check
    Someone coughing near you.
    Check
    Small holes.
    Check
    Spiders crawling on you while you sleep.
    Check
    Dying alone.
    Check
    Snakes.
    Check
    Sharks.
    Check
    Getting pulled over for texting while driving.
    Check
    The internet going down.
    Check
    Telling jokes that fall flat.
    Check
    Needing to approach someone that you don't know very well in order to start a conversation.
    Check
    Bridges.
    Check
    Blood.
    Check
    Second-hand smoke.
    Check
    Someone judging you for day-drinking.
    Check
    Dirty clothes on the floor.
    Check
    Trash that hasn't been taken out for more than a day.
    Check
    Checking your snail mail.
    Check
    The word "moist."
    Check
    Phone calls from unknown numbers.
    Check
    A Gchat from from someone you haven't spoken to in awhile.
    Check
    Losing your job.
    Check
    Getting gray hair or wrinkles/Eventually getting gray hair or wrinkles.
    Check
    Your age.
    Check
    Your bank account.
    Check
    Being too big for your fat pants.
    Check
    Spilling food on yourself.
    Check
    Your savings account.
    Check
    Your 401K or lack of a 401K.
    Check
    Fleas.
    Check
    Mild clutter.
    Check
    The status of your hair.
    Check
    Washing your hands.
    Check
    Vacations.
    Check
    Grandma asking if you've been to church lately.
    Check
    Family members starting drama.
    Check
    Not being invited to a party.
    Check
    Your relationship status.
    Check
    Food poisoning.
    Check
    A sink full of dirty dishes.
    Check
    An email.
    Check
    Sudden noises.
    Check
    Bumblebees.
    Check
    The feeling that you've forgotten something.
    Check
    Having to poop in public.
    Check
    Anything you've read on the internet.
    Check
    Getting a cup of coffee.
    Check
    A tweet you've written and then immediately regretted.
    Check
    A zit right before an important event.
    Check
    Major clutter.
    Check
    Not having anything to wear.
    Check
    Not knowing what your weekend plans are.
    Check
    When someone who you don't usually talk to wants to "have a chat."
    Check
    A spilled drink.
    Check
    Making someone who is in a bad mood repeat something they've already told you.
    Check
    The DMV.
    Check
    What someone thinks of you.
    Check
    Flying.
    Check
    Leaving the stove on.
    Check
    Running into someone you don't want to talk to.
    Check
    Not remembering if you have enough change in the meter.
    Check
    Driving on with the gas gauge on E.
    Check
    Getting lost.
    Check
    Being stuck in an elevator.
    Check
    Finding a weird mole.
    Check
    Not knowing where the nearest public bathroom is.
    Check
    Being at the cashier at a store and not having enough money.
    Check
    Shaking hands with someone who looks sick.
    Check
    Anyone finding out that you're stalking them on the internet.
    Check
    That someone might notice your body flaws.
    Check
    Being invited to a party with a confusing dress code like "California casual" or "creative cocktail" or "business garden party".
    Check
    That someone might have seen you talking to yourself.
    Check
    Bears.
 
Take quizzes and chill with the BuzzFeed app.