It’s been 5,893,231 days since we first started quarantining to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)—at least, it feels like it’s been that long. For those quarantined with a significant other, it may feel longer. (Just ask Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.) Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are keeping themselves entertained with the latest TikTok challenge. The newlyweds took the “couples challenge,” and let’s just say that Jonas seems to be the more easy-going one of the pair. No shame, Sophie; we relate.

For the TikTok couples challenge, a pair is asked questions like “Who is the grumpiest?” or “Who said ‘I love you’ first?” and each person has to point to themselves or to their partner. It helps us at home get to know the celebrities better, and it makes for some fun disagreements (or wholehearted agreements) within the couple. Jonas uploaded his TikTok to his Instagram Story, and a fan account re-posted it to Twitter.

In Jonas and Turner’s TikTok video, those fingers don’t seem to be moving away from Sophie.

Who’s more annoying when they’re hungry? Who’s the homebody in the relationship? Who’s more spoiled? Sophie, Sophie, and Sophie. Hilariously, Turner agrees with each assessment. Watch for yourself in the video below.

It’s no surprise that Turner is the homebody in her partnership with Jonas. Turner has been vocal about how she’s thriving in quarantine life. She admitted to Conan O’Brien earlier this month that she’s only worn sweats for the past few weeks and is concerned that her husband is not doing the same.

“I saw [a meme where someone said] ‘If you’re wearing denim pants at home, what does that say about you?’ And Joe does that,” she told O’Brien. “Joe wears denim trousers at home.”

But despite her disapproval of Jonas’s self-quarantining dress code—and how he sometimes plays his music louder than she’d like—the Turner-Jonas household is chugging along just fine. Jonas even let Turner give him a makeover mid-video game sesh.

Credit: Sophie Turner, Instagram

The homebody is in her natural element. We’d love to see more TikToks from the Turner-Jonas couch in the weeks to come. They’re keeping themselves entertained, and entertaining us at the same time. It’s a win-win.

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