Can We Guess Your Mood On Your Daily Commute?
You’re a good driver, and you don’t understand why others are not. You’ve been known to get a bit worked up in traffic, and you let your eyes roll back like bowling balls. But keep on huffing and puffing. If it weren’t for your blood-red face and the smoke coming out of your ears, no one would know that the light is green and IT’S TIME TO DRIVE, PEOPLE. Share your fury with Riley’s emotion Anger from Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, now in 3D everywhere.
Like a little old lady driving a big huge truck, you look a bit out of your element behind the wheel. Your eyes are buggy-wide and your face is pale. Don’t take this the wrong way. You’re not a bad driver. You just like to stay alert and attentive, and your facial expressions reflect that. Be proud of your prudence. It means everyone trusts you to get them from Point A to Point B — even if you won’t let them listen to the music too loudly. You’ll probably see a bit of yourself in Riley’s emotion Fear in Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, now in 3D everywhere.
WE GET IT. YOU LOVE TO DRIVE. We can tell because you’re always smiling ear to ear, and you’re waving to others when you approach a red light. People on the sidewalk can hear you belting your favorite songs, so keep delivering the good vibes! You were born to be behind that wheel. Bring that bright smile to meet Riley’s emotion Joy in Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, now in 3D everywhere.
You’re weirded out by people who try to make eye contact at a red light. We’re in our own cars, you might think to yourself. Don’t be alarmed by your driving apathy — it just means you’ve been doing this whole driving thing for a long time now. You have more to talk about than the traffic. Whatever. You’ll probably identify with Riley’s emotion Disgust from Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, now in 3D everywhere.
If there were an award for adorably weepy, you’d win! You don’t exactly know how to navigate your own hometown without GPS, but it’s 2015, so why would you? You don’t need to know where you’re going because you know where you are — pulled over on the side of the road crying to your mom for clearer directions. Sound like you? Commiserate with Riley’s emotion Sadness in Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, now in 3D everywhere.
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