Which of the seven deadly sins has a handle on your life? Are you bound by gluttony? How about lust? Take these 10 questions and find out!
What was the last social media site you were on?
If you owe someone money, how long does it take you to pay them back?
A week or two
A month or two
I don't pay them back and hope they forget
I have no intention of ever paying them back
What is your dream car?
A Rolls Royce
Anything that gets good gas mileage
How do you typically spend a Saturday night?
Having drinks with the girls
Eating at a nice restaurant
Watching movies or reading
At the club
Hanging out with friends
What kind of restaurant would you prefer to eat at?
Trendy and pricey
Cheap and delicious
Loud and ambient
Intimate and romantic
Close and a delivery option
What is your biggest vice?
Sleeping too much
Do you easily become jealous when someone has something that you want?
How do you behave in an argument?
A lot like a 4 year old
I scream and cry
I talk calmly and cooly
I refuse to listen
I storm off dramatically
How often are you online?
8 or more hours a day
What's more important money or happiness?
The deadly sin that controls your life is lust. You have an uncontrollable desire for many things in life. Perhaps you have an unquenchable sex drive or a lust for more money or more power.
The deadly sin that controls your life is greed. At times it feels as if nothing is ever quite enough for you. No matter what you have, you never feel as if you have enough. You have an in-conquerable need for more things, be it money, technology, or clothes.
The deadly sin that controls your life is gluttony. You have a tendency to be a bit wasteful. You often take more than you need, with an excessive desire to be full.
The deadly sin that controls your life is sloth. You have a hard time becoming motivated and often prefer to sleep or lay around rather than work. You can be a bit lazy unless you truly push yourself to get up and do something different.
The deadly sin that controls your life is wrath. You have a bit of a temper, which can cause outbursts of anger, jealousy, or hatred. These feelings can lead you to be a bit destructive towards yourself and your relationships.
The deadly sin that controls your life is envy. You often feel discontent and seething around people you perceive to have more than you. This can cause feelings of jealousy and even resentment.
The deadly sin that controls your life is pride. You often feel as if you are above those around you, which can cause you to unknowingly diminish their accomplishments, while pumping up your own.