Internet quizzes are all a bunch of laughs until you discover that your soulmate is your girlfriend's mom. That's gonna be an awkward wedding.
When your BF takes "whose your true soulmate" quiz and gets your mom... pic.twitter.com/qAdPMIHGLV
— Erica Lantto (@TheWinningGing) June 11, 2015
Captain Quizz's new Facebook soulmate quiz sure seems like a lot of fun. I mean, the website has two Z's in its name — how can it not be fun? But some people have discovered that the quiz — which pulls information from your friends list, likes, and posts — matches them with some less-than-ideal "soulmates," like exes and relatives. People aren't happy about it.
But I have a theory for you: what if everyone is complaining about the quiz because they've realized that the results are so right? And nobody knows how to deal with their emotions upon discovering their problematic mates, so instead they're deflecting by pointing out how silly the quiz is. Like, how awkward is it to realize that your ex is actually your soulmate?
When your ex takes the soul mate quiz on Facebook and you pop up..... pic.twitter.com/zktuJpsDYt
— Maria Valdez (@DarthVader1995) June 14, 2015
Side note: I have to ask, why are you still friends with your ex on Facebook? Do you love looking at a computer and crying or feeling residual anger or BOTH?
Then there's this tender pairing:
I did the soulmate quiz on Facebook and it put me with my grandma pic.twitter.com/5fZsNTCTJV
— Emily Couch (@emilygcouch) June 17, 2015
Grandpa might have something to say about that.
And there's just the people who get paired with themselves:
(via Taylor Cox/Michael James Nelson)
That one's good news; at least he will always be there for himself. Also, I really want my theory that this quiz is accurate to be true, because then that will mean that all Facebook quizzes are true, and I really am Arya Stark!