39% Dixie... Definitely a Yank. Sorry maing.
Dad gum, man! 83% Dixie. "Do you still use Confederate money?"
38% Dixie. You are definitely a Yankee.Since I grew up on the West Coast, not surprising at all.
31% Dixie, definitely a Yankee. Seeing as I'm English I suppose that's not surprising ;-)
hey there, i already left you a comment somewhere. even added you to my aim...i accidently found your conversion story. have lots of questions...
100% Dixie. Is General Lee your grandfather?!Yeehaw! Texas-Oklahoma, Baby!
46% Dixie. Barely in Yankeedom.As with Luz, as I'm Aussie, so not suprising perhaps: though higher than I would've guessed.What was interesting to me is that we seem to have appropriated words from different areas from the US: there was not one single area my responses came from. Or perhaps we've had migration patterns that reflect a variety of migration patterns in the US, and certain words have gained precendence.Sorry: got into amateur-linguist mode there! :D
50% Dixie. I'm a good mix of Midwest, CT, NY, OK, TX, and PA....Here's a question that will only be answered differently in Pittsburgh (oh, the Pittsburghese!!)What do you call the round piece of thin rubber that you twist around things to hold them together?If you're a Pittsburgher, it's not a rubberband, it's a gumband!
36% Dixie. You are definitely a Yankee.but, I already told you that ;).
43% Dixie, Barely in Yankeedom. Spending only the first six weeks of one's life in the South only allows enough time for a little bit of Dixie to soak in.
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