40.18 % of users had this result: The Shopping
Shopping isnt on your list of favorite things to do, and you definitely dont consider shopping as a way of spending your leisure time. You wont shop unless you have to, and once you step into the mall, youre ready to get in and get out. You traipse through the malls grumbling like a scrooge and make other shoppers miserable in the process. You always find something to complain about: the parking, the sales help, the prices, the return policies, and the fact that clothes arent made in the USA anymore. When you realized you can find everything youre looking for online, without leaving your home, you rejoiced and celebrated with a nice purchase made from your favorite store while sitting on the toilet.
41.89 % of users had this result: The Passive
You dont shop very often, but when you do, you know exactly what you want and where to find it. Organized and store-savvy, you check the sale flyers regularly and keep a mental list when you shop. You browse if youre in the mood to window shop, but you usually know what youre aiming for. You know your spending limits and usually wont buy what you dont need, especially if the price isnt right.
However, you know when to indulge in a little luxury when you deserve it, like those diamond underwear youve been eyeing.
17.93 % of users had this result: The Shopaholic
There are two kinds of shopaholics: people who enjoy shopping, and people who are compulsive spenders.
If youre the latter, you may be using shopping as a way to lift your spirits when youre feeling down. You think that new black blazer or Snoop Dogg CD will cheer you up, and it may for a short time. You go home feeling refreshed and satisfied, but after a couple of days, the itch to shop is back. This is not healthy for you or your wallet. Learn how to control your