The Innocence Test is the updated version of the Rice Purity Test and is going viral on TikTok. Here’s why

The coronavirus pandemic has left us all locked up in our homes to do something, and the internet has run multiple viral tests and tests that are doing the rounds we were recently on the 4-axis test introduced that tells you where you are on the political, personality, gender and lifestyle axes, but now it’s all about the innocence test

The innocence test is based on the famous rice purity test from the 1980s and uses your habits such as drug use and sex to determine how innocent you really are

The test was created by BFFs Grace Wetsel (@ 50_shades_of_grace) and Ella Menashe (@ ellemn0) who found the rice purity test was out of date, and they decided to make a version for the modern day Gen Z’er, and it was an all-time hit The Innocence Test has now gone viral on TikTok and 1.3 million people took it within 24 hours

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The innocence test is essentially 100 statements, all of which relate to different things someone may or may not have done. All you have to do is tick off each statement you have made before and the ones that They Did Not Make Not To Mark The test follows exactly the same format as the rice purity test, but the statements have been updated to reflect changes in society include statements: “masturbated”, “files sent” or even “had a fake ID” “had Corona”

After you complete the test, your scores are calculated to show you how innocent you are, as well as your score of 100 results are things like “Rebel”, “Heathen”, “Baddie” or “Angel”

TikTok is a little different though.In the viral clips, you first have to hold up 10 fingers. Instead of ticking boxes, the instructional questions are read aloud and every time you’ve done one of the things in the instructions, put a finger down when If you only have a few fingers left, you are probably a little wild

The Innocence Test

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