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Suffering from a recent breakup and feeling animalistic? If the dog-eat-dog world created by The Lobster were real, here’s how to find out what animal you would be turned into.

The Yorgos Lanthimos-directed film follows David, played by Colin Farrell, as he finds himself newly single and needing to fall in love instead of becoming an animal. Fans of the recent film can now take a test on The Lobster’s website in order to determine which animal they would be.

The quiz consists of 10 questions that range from multiple choice, true or false, and fill in the blank. However, this is no normal SAT question, as many of the options provide helpful footnotes so the user won’t be confused and end up becoming a housefly.

One question asks, “Do you prefer a small room with large windows and a view, or a large room with small windows and no view?” Avoiding any confusion, the test cleverly adds as a footnote, “rooms are hypothetical.”

If you’re still not in the mood and need some encouragement, one question offers a little something extra with techno disco music to congratulate you on picking how you like to dance.

There are, of course, several references directly to the film. A picture of glasses and a picture of a cane appear with the small note beneath each stating, “bad eyes” or “bad legs.” David needs glasses in the film, while his newfound friend, played by Ben Whishaw, has a limp.

Here’s an example of where the quiz will lead, leaving three possible animal choices:

The Lobster also stars Rachel Weisz, John C. Reilly, and Léa Seydoux. EW also recently talked with Colin Farrell to get his spoiler-free thoughts on the film’s ending.

The Lobster
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