Thursday, August 10, 2006

How Texan Are You?

You are 67% REAL Texan!!
 

You're mostly texan. You know your Mexican food, state heritage and are probably slightly politically aware. You can probably pronounce Kukendall, Manchaca and Boerne correctly. Go you.

How Texan Are You?



Since 85% of my readership has a history in the state of Texas, I'm sure you all will love it. The guy who came up with this is from Austin, so it's no wonder a lot of the questions revolve around that city. Some of the questions are pretty tough.

Thanks to Lorena for the link.

13 comments:

Marjolein de Haan said...

Hey Jason,

Actually, I'm a 64% real Texan and I have just been in Texas for 4 months in 2003... (remember, lived with Lyndsey)

Take care,
Marjolein

RagingCapitalist said...

What the hell? How can i be 74% Texan? I demand a recount!

Jason said...

I know, Aldo, me too. I think Austinites have a different view on what being a Texan really means. But who knows, I may live & work there someday.

Luis said...

Well, since you former Texans have left the state you lose your Texan identity. Lets say, your Texan ratio is amortize over the time you are gone. Someone like me who has only lived 3 years away from Texas should get around 80% or higher. I scored an 83%. Maybe getting married in michigan brought my score down as well.

RagingCapitalist said...
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RagingCapitalist said...

Figures that Luis would bring amortization into the equation. However, wouldn't you have to depreciate yourself for the time you've been in the state?

Luis said...

No you wouldn't. we should talk about that over a beer some day.

Anonymous said...

WOO HOO!!! I scored 89%!

Yee HAW!

liza

Chronic Outbreaks of Randomness said...

I agree with Aldo on this one..

If you leave the state, you depreciate.

...Just like a car. As soon as you take it out of the lot..it immediately depreciates. =P

Joseph said...

64% real texan. a bit high for my preference.

Luis said...

Well, Aldo stated that you would depreciate yourself for the time in the state. i disagree with that. I said that you would depreciate for time away from the state. don't listen to an economics major from the west coast. love ya Aldo...

Terri said...

80% and i'm ASIAN. how does that work out. :-P

Chris Puckett said...

You are 99% REAL Texan!!
High five, you're a complete Texan. People from other states should tremble in your presence because they're simply not worthy. Let them bow before you and convey their undying adoration to you while they announce their true desire to be Texan.