Are You Turning Into Your Mom? You love her, but she drives you nuts, and the last thing you want is to BE HER! It’s every daughter’s dilemma: On one hand, you respect your mom and all that she stands for – her morals, her values, her meatloaf. On the other hand, there are things she says and does that really scrape your blackboard. But is turning into your mom inevitable, or can you escape the fate? 1. Your mom comes home with a new dress, which she kindly says you can borrow. You:*Suppress a scream – you wouldn’t be caught dead in that dress unless it was HalloweenGive her a sincere “thanks.” You probably wouldn’t have bought it, but you’d wear it in a pinchAre overjoyed – in fact, you’d like to borrow it this weekend2. When your mom gives you advice, such as, “Always read the ingredients list and nutritional information on food labels,” your first inclination is to:*Roll your eyes and ignore itTake it somewhat to heart. She usually has a good pointPass the great advice on to all of your friends3. When your mom gives her opinion on a subject, you tend to:*Almost always disagreeSometimes disagree, sometime agreeAlmost always agree4. It’s Friday night and you and your mother are parked in front of the television. You two:*Arm wrestle for the remote. If your mom wins, you might as well nuke the TV because you know you’re going to hate whatever she choosesAre usually able to find a show that you can both live withTune in to the same program without even having to say anything. You love all the same shows5. Like everyone, your mom’s got a few bad habits. You catch yourself doing these same things:*Almost neverEvery now and thenAll the time. Help!6. When it comes to sharing hobbies and interests, you and your mom:*Couldn’t be more different. She likes to play bridge, you like bungee jumping off themShare a few of them, but you also have your own interestsCouldn’t be more alike. Aren’t mother-daughter competitions the greatest? By Dear_Icecream|Personality Quizzes, Quizzes| Share This Page with Friends! FacebookGoogle+Email Related Posts One Comment munchie4104 July 16, 2017 at 3:49 pmLog in to Reply If you were big on “Bs,” Your mom is definitely rubbing off on you, but you’re still holding on to your own identity. I totally agree I am still me but my mom is rubbing off on me but I don’t mind I actually want to be just like her. Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.