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my result for the original test was 29%.
i do live in kansas
im a Yankee Doodle Dandy!
I`m from (and live in) Texas. :)
Even though the only times I`ve been south was to Orlando once, and vacationed a couple times after.
YAY!!!! well im from connecticut so i hope so... :-)
How are you confused CmdrBittles?? It says "if it`s on the front lawn"
Good, living in Texas a majority of my life is not (heavily) affecting my pronunciation.
then again, i do live in seattle, the most liberal place EVER! yeah.
and to the folks in Massachusetts, who the hell says tonic? Who? Who does that? Seriously?
do u ever get out?
haha!wow.naw, im totally joking!you can change the result in the final text box.HELLO!?its called deleting and then typing.
Taking this quiz was weird for me because I have lived half my life in new jersey and half in minnesota...so I say some words with two different pronunciations, depending upon what I feel like saying. So sometimes I`ll say "soda" and sometimes I`ll say "pop." That kind of thing.
Odd, because I was born and raised in the south. I`d sooo thought that I would have a bit more southern charm in me.
Figures... I`m from Europe, but my mother`s side is southern as far as always having eggs, grits and sausages for breakfast.
Shooting your mouth off without reason.
What I thought was interesting was that even though I haven`t lived in Wisconsin for almost six years, I still apparently use some terms that are associated with the Midwest.
And yes, I still say "bubbler".
You let television do your thinking, do you?
VolcomStoner, you must be from NW FLA, my stompin` grounds.
go yanks.i`m actually from alberta, which is in canada for all you americans, you know... that big thing sitting ontop of your country? once in a while it takes a dump.... y`all rednecks call it a hurricane, but really, it`s the farting power of the great north.
Dead on. Suprised me, actually.
I live in Florida and I consider myself a southerner... if you think Florida isn`t a "southern" state you should know that it really depends on which part of the state you are refering to, there is plenty of "southern" culture to be found here. And to clarify another misconception... being a dixie does NOT mean that you support Bush, so don`t be ignorant Robbie331.
If I grew up in southern Ohio instead of northern Ohio, that would be completely different..
As a Californian, we don`t even have service roads/feeders.
...i`m seeing alot of us Brits are aparently Dxies..
We m-a-s-s-h-o-l-e-s sure do have some funny words, huh? Nobody else drinks from a "bubblah"?
I`m from NYC.
Damn right I am.
Err...I was born and raised in New York ;) No one ever thinks that though because I don`t have a new york accent.
"Florida is not a "southern" state. Before anyone says "Yes it is it`s in the south", i don`t mean it`s not in the south."
I know what your saying, It`s in the south, but its not like places like texas or Alabama.
Kinda funny, I`ve lived in Arkansas since I was six.
What the hell does that mean? I`m from Ireland.
Born and raised New Jersey style.
And I`m from Florida... just goes to show that it depends more on where your parents are from then on where you come from...
Honestly, I hate stereotyping southerners. Texans, mostly. "Howdy Ya`ll!" sheesh *shudder* I almost never say `howdy`. Who DOES?
and by the way, IT`S A FRONTAGE ROAD!!!! lol, jk about the yelling, but the highway signs in oklahoma all say "frontage road" (some say service road)
Would help that I`m Canadian.
I am 76% Dixie. Not bad for a native Floridian.
It`s a FEEDER, dammit (also from Houston)!
well i`m from England and didn`t understand half of that.
Yankee doodle what?
for me, there are two acceptable answers, one puts me at 40%dixie, the other at 43
..and im from germany.
The "I don`t know" remarks are fairly amusing. :D
<.< I`m a redneck! I knew that. I live int he deeeep south. About 10 minutes west of Mobile, Alabama.
and its a feeder road bitches.....it feeds the freeway. if you can`t tell, im from houston.