Friday, August 3, 2007

I'm sweden!



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.



Take the Country Quiz
at the Blue Pyramid

4 comments:

My3sons said...

I started laughing fairly hard when I first read the description.

I'm glad you're Sweden. I'm Fiji. We can visit each other in the off seasons.

jk215 said...

long nights by the fire! haha!

this is great- Now I have to see what I am...

jk215 said...

just did it-

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.

Glennformer said...

I'm Colombia! Or so they say. I don't agree, since, somehow, they deduced that I'm a heavy drug user and should consider switching to coffee (or even decaf). Unless sugar is considered a drug--guilty there. Maybe I should keep open to the possibility. In a week, if I come to the realization "oh my god, I'm Colombia!", I'll let you know. I have been to Colombia once, not by choice, so maybe that skewed the results and they deduced my Colombia connection by my answer to the question..., uh..., checking..., "do you often contradict yourself?". Decided to contradict myself on the question and answer it the other way. Now they've got me pegged: I'm Malaysia!

"You're really lanky and you enjoy spreading out over a lot of different places, but you've really got your act together these days. It's still hard for you to get respect, so you keep making greater and greater things so people will finally recognize that you've arrived. If you keep persevering, people will hopefully recognize that you have more than a nice spice cabinet to show for yourself."