"Grimm" is an addicting show. Take the quiz below to find out just how addicted you really are. Add up points and wear them like a badge, if you dare. For those of you with perfect scores, try finding a cave where you can teach yourself how to spew fire ignited from some sort of fat, as in the episode "Plumed Serpent." Just don't use your powers against other humans unless you want to risk getting captured by a Grimm.
Give yourself 100 points for each item. If your score adds up to 1,000 or more, you have officially entered a new realm of addiction reserved for fairy tales.
You "mark your territory."
Give yourself 100 extra points if you mark other people's territory.
You make your own creature masks.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you wear the masks in public.
You decorated an RV or trailer to look just like Aunt Marie's trailer.
Give yourself 200 extra points if you bought an RV or trailer just so you could decorate it to look like Aunt Marie's trailer.
You carry three coins everywhere to increase your influence on others.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you tell other people what you're doing
You create your own love potions made from a lock of hair of the person you want to attract.
Give yourself 100 extra points if you add in some powdered toenails.
You named your dog Monroe.
Give yourself 100 extra points if you bought a dog so you could name it Monroe.
You post "Grimm" memes to Facebook or Tumblr every day.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you have joined all the "Grimm" groups, liked all the "Grimm" pages, and liked all the "Grimm" actor and character pages.
You host monthly "Grimm" viewing parties in your home.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you coordinate yearly "Grimm" conventions for "true" fans like yourself.
You post a weekly "Grimm" fan fiction story.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you include yourself in your fan fiction stories.
You create YouTube videos with scenes from "Grimm," set to your favorite songs.
Give yourself 50 extra points if you create videos of your favorite actor from the series set to some sort of love song.
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