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Monday, July 04, 2005

In response to Julie's Blog




Jolly good, wot! Anyone for tennis? That'll be ten ponies, guv. You're the epitome of everything that is english. Yey :) Hoist that Union Jack!

How British are you?

this quiz was made by alanna


12 comments:

Anna Lucia said...

Woo HOOOO! I'm 100% British!

I do find it amusing that they've got the Queen on the George Cross, not the Union Jack, though.

I now feel a pressing need to find out how French I am...

Anna Lucia said...

Hmmm. Apparently I'm pretty damn French.

Which is surprising... Where's next?

Biddy said...

German! Try there!

Tori said...

Thanks to the inordinate amount of Brit TV I watch (on BBC America) and all the Brit murder mysteries i read, I came out 100% British, too. :) Pretty funny considering the only time I've been out of the U.S. is across the border into Mexico. *g*

Michelle Styles said...

I came out 100% British. A most enjoyable quiz.
I was a bit nervous about *aples and pears* though....

Biddy said...

Ahhh it is good to see lots of Anglophiles!!
Hi Tori - thanks for dropping by.

Danica said...

Wow, I'm 100% British, too... I always knew there was something to my longing to visit and my love for tea. :) Michelle, I was nervous about apples and pears too... must be some Brit conspiracy-make all the american anglophiles worry about the secret meaning of apples and pears to prove that we really are still American.

Julie said...

I'm 100% British too. Unfortunately, they didn't have an option for the Big Ben picture that said "THAT BIG CLOCK THAT OWEN WILSON HUNG OFF OF."

Biddy said...

Damn it! I set myself up for that.

*smacks self round the head for stupidity*

Anna Lucia said...

Actually, it's called St Stephen's Tower.

Big Ben is the bell.

*Pffffft*

Annalee Blysse said...

I don't even know what side of the road we drive on in the US without thinking about it. ;)

Anonymous said...

Explains everything - I'm 100% British.

Lori