hris Pratt is part of the elite group of A-list Hollywood Chrises who have captured America's heart (see also: Evans, Pine, Hemsworth). Over the weekend, we found out the Passengers star is the type of Chris who'd take a "Which Chris are you?" in his spare time—and share the unexpected results on Twitter.
Chris Pratt took a quiz and found out he's bad at quizzes.
The quiz, called “Are You Chris, Chris, Chris, or Chris?”, helps you determine which Chris you’re most like with a series of simple questions. And through this very scientific method we now have confirmation that Chris Pratt is in fact Chris Evans.
The quiz inspired people to share their favorite Chrises.
And why not? If there’s anything Chris Pratt needs at a moment like this, it’s reassurance that every Chris is a good Chris. This Chris is extra delightful because of the addition of what looks to be a delicious sandwich.
This Chris is also good.
There’s no denying, this is a very good Chris indeed. What is it about men named Chris that makes us all so happy? It’s hard to describe in so few words the essence of why all Chrises are uniformly good, but this almost gets us there.
Though not one of the four current reigning Chrises, this is also a great Chris. It is a tragically great Chris. You may be gone, Chris Farley, but you’ll clearly never be forgotten.
Wait, how many Chrises are we talking here?
This quiz was neither inclusive of all Chrises, nor did it teach us the correct way to pluralize “Chris.” It also clearly made Chris Pratt doubt himself, something that no one—even if they are also named Chris—should ever do. Can Twitter try something else to help him feel better?