Friday, May 04, 2007

It's Official

This just in, from a highly(?) reliable(?) on-line quiz source:

You Belong in the UK

A little proper, a little saucy.You're so witty and charming...No one notices your curry breath.

If you decide to take this quiz yourself, let it be known that actually, I never have wanted to get wasted (and therefore have never done so) and also that some of the language on this quiz is PG-13. (Kind of makes you want to check it out, doesn't it?)


David A. Zimmerman said...

Well, here's my excuse to ask, since I've been wondering for a while: Are you British? I occasionally note the British spellings of words like neighbour, but maybe you're just really literate. Or maybe you're from another part of the British Empire. Just curious, eh wot.

Young Christian Woman said...

I got US.

But then, I also couldn't answer most of the questions at all.

So I suppose the country I belong in does not exist.

L.L. Barkat said...

I suppose I am properly saucy. And I definitely love curry. Of course, I celebrate the fourth of July, which could be a problem.

Jenn said...

Zimmer-man--no no. I am not British. (If I were, I would probably not make such a big deal about belonging there. Or . . . maybe I would.) But when I was in junior high I decided British spellings were cooler. (This caused a bit of a ruckus with some of my teachers.) And then I lived in England for five and a half years, legitimising the spellings.

YCM--Either that, or you're a citizen of Someplace Else. ;)

LL--When I lived in the UK, most of my friends liked to celebrate 4 July with me. Maybe they were celebrating the good riddance of being responsible for people like us . . .