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QUIZ: How Jealous Are You?

SuperFurryAnimal
07-25-2005, 09:53 AM
Not sure whether this one's been done before but...

Take the test! (http://www.queendom.com/tests/minitests/fx/jealousy.html)

SuperFurryAnimal
07-25-2005, 09:56 AM
How jealous are you?
Your score = 45

What does your score mean?

While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

I thought I'd have a hundred percent score on this one, really... :o

Corinna
07-25-2005, 01:20 PM
How jealous are you?

Your score = 60 :o


What does your score mean?

While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

Purple Rainbow
07-25-2005, 02:58 PM
How jealous are you?
Your score = 15

What does your score mean?

When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

Seems about right! And Patrice the fact that you posted this test probably tells more about you than your eventual end result of that test. :)

Papakori
07-25-2005, 03:20 PM
Results of "The Test"
How jealous are you?

Your score = 35

What does your score mean?
When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude

ZaZaGook
07-30-2005, 06:27 AM
Results of "The Test"
How jealous are you?

Your score = 60

While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

Frank
07-30-2005, 07:36 AM
Your score = 30

When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

I would have expected that somewhat higher :o

Nikki♥
07-30-2005, 01:32 PM
Your score = 75 :o :haha:

What does your score mean?

While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

molikfan2004
07-30-2005, 04:07 PM
Results of "The Test"
How jealous are you?

Your score = 60






What does your score mean?
While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.


Blah I should have got higher i get so jealous all the time :haha:

Becarina
07-31-2005, 12:21 AM
Results of "The Test" How jealous are you?
Your score = 35 http://www.queendom.com/design/tests/fx/score_orange_left.gifhttp://www.queendom.com/design/tests/fx/score_orange.gifhttp://www.queendom.com/design/tests/fx/score_orange_right.gifhttp://www.queendom.com/design/tests/fx/score_bar.gif



What does your score mean?When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

jmgsdoubsprtnr
08-08-2005, 12:13 AM
How jealous are you?

Your score = 40
What does your score mean?
While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

VingaRafel
08-08-2005, 12:29 AM
I'm 45 too.
I think it's wrong, it should be 90 or something like that.

Suzi
08-08-2005, 07:23 PM
How jealous are you?

Your score = 35

What does your score mean?

When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

CocoT_Do
08-08-2005, 07:29 PM
Your score = 40

What does your score mean?
While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

partygirl
08-08-2005, 08:00 PM
Results of "The Test"
How jealous are you?

Your score = 25

What does your score mean?
When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

Bibir
08-10-2005, 01:56 PM
I'm 60.

Not that bad!

joeb_uk
08-13-2005, 04:19 PM
How jealous are you?

Your score = 40

Melissa10
08-23-2005, 02:29 PM
Results of "The Test"
How jealous are you?

Your score = 20

What does your score mean?
When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude


:cool: :cool: :cool:

azza
08-23-2005, 03:50 PM
20 yay :p

Nathaliia
10-01-2005, 12:31 AM
i got 60, thought it would be more...

PaulieM
10-01-2005, 12:36 AM
your score=45

What does your score mean?

While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

hmm i was expecting it to be higher :p

Federerhingis
10-01-2005, 02:16 AM
Your score = 20

What does your score mean?
When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

mandoura
10-08-2005, 04:26 AM
Your score = 10
What does your score mean?
When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

El Legenda
10-08-2005, 04:30 AM
20

When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

my girlfriend goes to school 200miles away from mine. nothing to worry about :scared: :)

SaFed2005
10-09-2005, 11:05 PM
How jealous are you?

Your score = 20
Your score
Ruler


What does your score mean?

When it comes to jealousy, you're as cool as a cucumber. A coworker could beat you for a promotion and you'd probably be genuinely happy for them; your partner could share a cozy corner with an attractive stranger and you'd barely blink an eye. Where does this untouchable attitude come from? Well, you are most likely very confident - both in your own personal worth and your partner's loyalty to you. You may occasionally feel a twinge of envy (who doesn't), but overall you realize that the green-eyed monster is one creature you just don't want to mess with. Your relationships surely benefit from this attitude.

Jennay
10-10-2005, 01:52 AM
Your score = 40

What does your score mean?
While you're certainly not immune to the occasional twinge of jealousy, you are generally able to balance envious feelings with a calm and logical attitude. When you feel an attack of the green-eyed monster coming on, you try to calm down and take an honest look at your feelings. If it's a small thing, like your girlfriend/boyfriend innocently chatting to an attractive stranger at a party, you are generally able to let it go - or at least restrain from blowing it out of proportion. If you decide you have legitimate reasons to be envious, you would likely express it; this is where things can go wrong if not handled with the utmost finesse. Do you verbally attack the "guilty party" or make harsh accusations before knowing the whole story? Jealousy is a natural emotion, but can become poison in any relationship. As long as you try to keep your slightly jealous nature in check, it shouldn't do any damage.

I honestly thought I would be much higher. :o