Yikes! What Level Of Resting Bitch Face Do YOU Have?

It's a condition that affects roughly 51% of the population...

Created by PopBuzz
On Sep 12, 2022

While not a medical risk or health concern, resting bitch face can totally be a social risk.

In case you're new here, here's Wikipedia's definition of this condition: "Resting bitch face, also known as RBF, or bitchy resting face, is a facial expression that unintentionally appears like a person is angry, annoyed, irritated, or contemptuous, particularly when the individual is relaxed, resting, or not expressing any particular emotion."

What this leads to, oftentimes, is people thinking you're upset with them when you're literally just sitting there, or that you're irritated with a situation when you're genuinely just waiting and relaxing. Either way you look at it, it's usually not a positive thing.

Though, there are levels to how much of a resting bitch face you have! On a scale of 1-10, where do you think your bitchy face stands? Take this quiz to find out!

How often do you get told to "smile, beautiful"

What is your typical reaction the above statement?

If you could rename "resting bitch face" to anything else, what would you go for?

What are you *actually* like when you're pissed?

Pick your ideal eyebrows

What's your typical facial response to the above statement?

Which domestic animal are you most like?

Level 2 Resting Bitch Face

Level 2 Resting Bitch Face

You're at a level 2. You've got some bitch face tendencies but, for the most part, you're not afflicted with chronic resting bitch face. Lucky you!

Level 7 Resting Bitch Face

Level 7 Resting Bitch Face

You're at a level 7. At this stage, it's basically chronic. You've got resting bitch face for life.

Level 10 Resting Bitch Face

Level 10 Resting Bitch Face

You're at a level 10. You've got permanent resting bitch face. Diagnosis? Well, let's just say... not good.

Do you agree with the result you received?

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