What Type of Hugger Are You?
We can hug again! But how much do you like hugging really? Take this quiz to find out if you’re a hugging hot-shot or actually…you’d just rather not!
It’s official – the Government have said we’re allowed to hug each other again*! Great news!
But how much have you REALLY missed hugging? Answer these questions to find out how much of a hugger you are – on a scale from ZERO hugs to ALL OF THEM!
*NOTE: We’re still waiting for Boris to say when we can wedgie each other again!
Pick a Christmas movie:
What would you rather do this weekend?
What do you think about handshakes?
What's been the best thing about the last year?
Pick a snack:
How would you greet a friend you've not seen for ages?
Pick a hobby:
Which of these is your favourite?
Your long-lost uncle Murdoch just brought you back a cursed dinosaur skull from his most recent holiday. It smells funny and you don't really like it, but you don't want to upset him. What do you do?
The bear hugger!
You LOVE hugging! You do it as a hello, a goodbye, just for fun – you even hug yourself! Family and friends get the most hugs (obviously), but if you could hug everyone you probably would!
The exclusive VIP hugger!
You like hugs and you're pretty good at them – but you keep your hugs for those closest to you, like your Granny or your best friend. You don't just go round hugging any old fool – hugs should MEAN something. Right?
The polite "pat on the back" hugger!
Hugs are alright. You've never really liked them that much but you don't mind hugging sometimes. You only really hug close friends or family, and usually only at special occasions like Xmas or birthdays. Your classic move is a light hug, with a nice pat on the back. Like you would on a poodle's head.
No hugs at all!
You've never liked hugs, and have actually enjoyed not having to hug people over the last year or so. It's a pretty weird way to say hello anyway, when you think about it. rnrnNope, you can be nice and friendly and not have to do anything with your arms. They're your arms after all – and there ain't nuthin' wrong with that.