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Driving in a new city

Driving quiz

You and your partner are driving somewhere in a new city and you are not familiar with the roads.

You follow the directions given to you by your partner. It soon turns out, however, that you are lost.

What are you most likely say?

  1. "I thought you knew how to get there."
  2. "It's ok. We enjoyed the drive anyway."
  3. "I should have paid attention. When we made that left turn, I wanted to ask you about it but didn't. My fault."


A: "I thought you knew how to get there."

Not a very forgiving person, you are quick in assigning responsibility to others. Hidden in the accusatory tone is also anger or dissatisfaction that may or may not be related to the incident per se.

B: "It's ok. We enjoyed the drive anyway."

Easygoing and understanding in your attitude, you generally consider your partner equal to yourself. The readiness with which you tolerate your partner's errors indicates a desire to be treated the same way in similar situations.

C: "I should have paid attention. When we made the left turn back over there, I wanted to ask you about it but didn't. My fault."

Self-effacing and self-accusatory, you demonstrate a tendency to bending over backwards to accommodate your partner. The relationship may be a truly sweet one, but possibly hidden in the attitude is also a certain amount of insecurity.

How accurate were your results? Join in the discussion below.


28-02-2017, 23:44

+1 -1  

thats about right for me i picked a


28-02-2017, 23:24

+7 -1  

Unfortunately 'laugh hysterically' wasn't an option.


28-02-2017, 16:19

+2 -1  

I would say A but with a laugh and a bit of teasing, so the description doesn't really fit to be honest


28-02-2017, 16:14

+3 -1  

I think I would try and say B. Gotta let the good times roll.


28-02-2017, 15:24

+2 -1  

C- but I will say it slightly sarcastically. Still taking most of the blame, but letting them know I thought it was their fault.


28-02-2017, 14:44

+5 -1  

It's okay, but, I thought you knew how to get there.' is my response, so I wonder if it's A or B?


28-02-2017, 14:19

+2 -1  

I agree with Al


28-02-2017, 13:45

+2 -1  

C and yes I am kinda insecure and I do love to bend over backwards for my man!


28-02-2017, 13:14

+3 -1  

A but not meant in a mean way still true though

Francis Bonnefoy

28-02-2017, 13:14

+3 -1  

A random Hetalia reference where I didn't think I would see one? Thank you random citizen :)


28-02-2017, 13:14

+2 -2  

A. Teasingly, though.


28-02-2017, 13:14

+3 -2  

I chose B-- I find it pretty true, and would think that my partner would answer the same:) Very happy and easygoing.


28-02-2017, 13:09

+2 -1  

It depends on the person siting next to me. It could be a or b


28-02-2017, 13:04

+1 -1  

I CHOSE A, definitely true


28-02-2017, 12:54

+2 -1  

I agree with below, if someone, even my partner, were to give me directions and they were wrong, i would question them. A little harsh


28-02-2017, 12:52

+4 -1  

Probably B maybe C depends what my mood is


28-02-2017, 12:52

+2 -2  

A or B. depends on the situation. mostly A, though.


28-02-2017, 12:12

+2 -1  

i probably would have said A (yet, in a joking tone) then would have gone on to say B

Jaleesa Lewis

27-02-2017, 11:21

+1 -1  

i would have said A. I think that I am pretty...actually I know that for the most part I am a pretty forgiving person...so I actually found that to be quite inaccurate. Anger or dissatification, maybe...I have heard that too.


27-02-2017, 11:08

+2 -1  

Haha i chose C except i'd probably be using a GPS anyway...so we could always blame it on that


27-02-2017, 10:18

+2 -1  

B fits me exactly lol

Fang Beilschmidts

27-02-2017, 10:18

+4 -1  



27-02-2017, 10:02

+3 -1  

a- but not in a blamey way, in a teasing way


27-02-2017, 10:02

+2 -2  

B (mostly agree)


26-02-2017, 23:19

+2 -1  

Between A and B, depending on how long it takes for us to find our way again.

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