Looking to kill some time? Why not complete an online quiz? Hey, it's always handy to know what type of pizza or song matches your personality, or what Hogwarts house you belong in, or who you were in a past life.
Sometimes you might get excited at the thought of one particular quiz, only to scroll through the questions and find yourself reflecting soberly on the knowledge that you'll never get those precious minutes back.
Ever wondered whether you're Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, Chris Pratt or Chris Evans, though? Haven't we all? Luckily, there's a short quiz online for you to take. However, you might want to take the test with a grain of salt, because Mr Pratt answered all 10 questions and the results proved he was, in fact, Chris Pine.
In a post to Twitter, with the simple caption 'dude I suck at quizzes', the Jurassic World star seems pretty disheartened by the outcome. The questionnaire asks things like what your birth order is, which Disney princess you would want to be with and what you like to do on the weekend.
For anyone who cares, I got Chris Hemsworth.
The four Chrises all have one thing in common: they're all a part of massive movie franchises based on comic books. Hemsworth is the star of the Thor movies, Pine helps leading lady Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman, Evans dons the Captain America suit and Pratt is Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy.
However, Chris Pratt shouldn't feel too terrible about failing to get himself in an online quiz, considering that Charlie Chaplin reportedly did incredibly poorly in a competition in the US to find the person who could best imitate Charlie Chaplin's walk.
An article from Singaporean newspaper, The Straits Times, in 1920 reads: "Charlie Chaplin was one day at a fair in the United States, where a principal attraction was a competition as to who could best imitate the Charlie Chaplin walk. The real Charlie Chaplin thought there might be a chance for him so he entered for the performance, minus his celebrated moustache and his boots. He was a frightful failure and came in twentieth."
However, there has been speculation about whether that story is true or false. Association Chaplin says there were numerous overseas articles about the event, but none from mainland America.
So Chris Pratt still shouldn't be all that concerned, unless of course he loses a competition to see who could be the most like Chris Pratt in real life.Featured Image Credit: PA