Tuesday, July 08, 2008

How American Are You?




You Are 70% American



Most times you are proud to be an American.

Though sometimes the good ole US of A makes you cringe

Still, you know there's no place better suited to be your home.

You love your freedom and no one's going to take it away from you!

13 comments:

Marilena said...

well, here is how this canadian scored:

You Are 61% American

Most times you are proud to be an American.
Though sometimes the good ole US of A makes you cringe
Still, you know there's no place better suited to be your home.
You love your freedom and no one's going to take it away from you!

Marilena said...

oh and i wholeheartedly disagree with those results! iam so american that my canadian friends wonder why i don't live there! hee hee hee!!! guess what? i hang my american flag! heck ya! if canucks don't like it,well TUFF! :)

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

You hang an American flag? Wow!

Marilena said...

yeah, i proudly do!

Bright Light Software said...

As Marilena's husband I have to say that I scored 80% - 5 % more then I am Canadian LOL

Marilena said...

lol frank!!!!!

Marilena said...

dude, we are living in the wrong country!!! let's move!!!

Anonymous said...

You Are 84% American
You're as American as red meat and shooting ranges.
Tough and independent, you think big.
You love everything about the US, wrong or right.
And anyone who criticizes your home better not do it in front of you!

Ladycub

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Cool! If you are 85%...I wonder what Cyg is....anything less than 100?!

Jennifer said...

I'm a Canadian and got 24%.
Funny because I lived in Texas for a few years when I first graduated from nursing school. No wonder I didn't fit in down there!

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

I took the Canadian quiz and got 24%. So that leaves 5% "other" for me, I guess!

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Sorry. That was supposed to be 25%!

Marilena said...

eh? lol!!!

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