You’re unorganized to a fault. Your closet is stuffed with clothes you haven’t worn in years, old water bottles are rolling around your car and you’ve never owned a planner.
You’re absurdly stubborn. No, seriously, it’s absurd. Even when you know you’re wrong, you can’t admit it.
You can’t make a decision to save your life. One day, you’re sure you want to be a teacher then the next, you’re 100% sure you’re meant to be a nurse. It’s like an extreme form of decision whiplash.
You’ve have a hard time keeping your emotions to yourself and tend to act on your feelings immediately without thinking about the consequences.
You have a big head. You’re totally convinced other people don’t understand the level of your genius. You’ve never doubted that you’re bound to be the most successful person in your friend group and also maybe the world.
You’re really judgmental. In your eyes, there’s only one way for things to be done and you scoff at anyone who doesn’t abide by that.
You’re lazy and struggle with work ethic. Why would you want to go to the gym when Netflix exists?
You’re possessive of everyone and everything. If you liked a guy in 8th grade, your friend still can’t like his Instagram posts without annoying you.
You pride yourself on being honest but sometimes that honesty comes at the cost of hurting other people’s feelings. You’ve never really learned how to keep things to yourself. You’re basically the human form of Gossip Girl.
You’re pessimistic enough to be considered bitter. You laugh when your friends make New Year’s resolutions and you’re always convincing yourself of the worst case scenario.
You’re happy one second and sad the next. You’re moody and there doesn’t seem to be a pattern. Tracking your moods is like trying to predict the results of an election – exhausting and disappointing.
You don’t take responsible for anything going wrong in your life. If you failed a test, your professor sucks at teaching. If you lose a soccer game, the ref was totally biased.