Which of these joints would you eat at?
What do you call these?
What kind of car do you drive?
Do you generally enjoy participating in political debates?
Which beer would you rather kick back with?
What was the last grocery store you were in?
How often do you drink wine?
Do you think you are more neurotic than most?
What do you call these?
Which of these purchases are you most likely to make online?
Do you generally enjoy going to art museums?
Can We Guess What State You Are From?
You got: California
You're from the Golden State! You enjoy the surf, sand, and a macrobiotic diet. You experience more road rage in an hour than most Americans do in a year, but you get out all that aggression with a rigid yoga schedule. You're definitely blonde, and don't worry we can't tell it's from the bottle. Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Texas
Don't mess with Texas! What other State can boast wide open spaces, annual rodeos, and the economic resources of a small European country. Whenever someone comes to visit from out-of-state you greet them with your warmest, "Howdy!" and see them off with a, "Ya'll come back now ya hear?" There ain't nothing more American than an ice cold beer, a pickup truck, and the 2nd Amendment. And if anyone's got a problem with that, well, kill 'em with kindness! Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Florida
You're from the Sunshine State! People from outside of Florida don't really get what you're all about, but it's really part of the state's charm. You've definitely seen a gator before, and no they're not scary, they're delicious. You're a total chiller, because you kind of have to be. After all, if you wake up to a sunny day, you might have a hurricane by evening. Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: New York
You can always tell a tourist by how much slower they are than all the real New Yorkers. You're always in a rush to get somewhere better, and who can blame you when you live in a state that boasts more culture than any other. If you're from Upstate you think you're better than people from the City and vice versa, but at least you can all get together on the fact that anyone from outside NY is the worst! Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Illinois
You're from Illinois, the state where everyone has an opinion and no one agrees on anything. Chicagoans think that they are the "real" Illinois, and you'll never meet someone from the city who isn't proud of where they're from (even if they don't live there anymore). South Illinois residents think that they're the real Illinois and will tell you that, loudly, and with a discernible accent. Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Pennsylvania
You're from the Keystone State! Yinz used to go to Hershey Park every summer, and complain about the rest of the Tri-State visitors. Whenever people from out of state meet you they ask if you're Amish; and, just to mess with them, you always say yes. The truth is that you've been caught behind a horse and buggy at some point while driving, you've also definitely had a run-in with a deer. Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Ohio
You're from the Buckeye State! Like most people who hail from Ohio, you probably live in the suburbs but claim to be from one of the Three C's. You're the friendliest people in the country, which is the only reason the homicide rate doesn't go up during election season when seemingly every pollster in the world reminds you that you live in a swing state. You love cheap beer, swear you know where to find the world's best chili, and smile all the time. Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!
You got: Michigan
You're from Michigan, which means that at some point you've stuck your hand in a stranger's face to show them where you live. You've never met someone from Ohio that you didn't hate, and when people from out of state question you why... well, you're not quite sure what to say! You've been rocked hard by the recession, but you're still the friendliest, most traditional, down-home folks around. Also, the weather breaks records, but not spirits! Did we get it right? Tell us in the comments!