Saturday, June 25, 2005

I guess we could still immigrate...



You're Canada!

People make fun of you a lot, but they're stupid because you've got a much better life than they do.  In fact, they're probably just jealous.
 You believe in crazy things like human rights and health care and not dying in the streets, and you end up securing these rights for yourself and others.  If it weren't for your weird affection for ice hockey, you'd be the perfect person.
Take the Country Quiz!

4 comments:

EdamameMommy said...

I don't know who is behind that quiz, but I am pissed. Why do they think that because I like spicy food, warmer weather and am happy that I SMELL and PEOPLE DON'T LIKE ME MUCH? Turkeywads. VIVA TEJAS!

Grandad said...

Here's what mine turned out to be:

You're Sweden!
After years of trying to rule the world around you, you've finally put aside violence in favor of advocating peaceful resolution. There's still a little Viking in you, but mostly you like Nobel Prize winners and long nights by the fire. And safe cars. You always read the safety manual in airplanes, and you're just a little cold.

Emily said...

I'm Egypt. (huh?)

Curator of ancient mystical secrets, your life on the surface is fairly typical these days. Though you are in denial about more things than most people. Nevertheless, you're trying to convince people that you're safe despite your more volatile and unstable times that seem to be behind you. You like cats a whole lot.

Anonymous said...

OK, Now I will join the crowd and be confused as well! Yesterday, I took the test and I was Cuba - didn't write down the explanation but it had to do with Isolation and being distant. Today I tried to replicate it, got different questions and now I'm Turkey:

You have a good deal of history behind you, both good and bad, but through it all, you've become a leader among your friends. You have an uncanny ability to make friends with people who hate each other, though sometimes you just hate them instead. Surprisingly fickle, you keep a good balance in your life between religion and humanism, but most people think you're fanatical anyway. You're Istanbul, you're Constantinople.