There's Something About Mary

Here is where I will post things that make me think, make me laugh, or make me happy.

About Me:

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Ask Me Anything:

Questions

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Jack Mullee
Andrew Arnold

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I scored a 39. I saw it coming. I grew up in NW DC (although, back in the 80s, DC was hardly what it is now), have never watched a full episode of Oprah, Dr. Phil, or Judge Judy, and don’t have the attention span to be a big movie buff. But I do own a Jimmie Johnson shirt (it was more of a drunken purchase at NASCAR than an ironic one, too).

What’s your score?

I got a 56. I grew up super rural, blur collar breadwinner, the whole nine yards. Some of these questions are pretty hilarious. I wonder if a milking parlor counts as a “factory floor”?

I got a 38. Guess DC has yuppified the shit out of me.

Also scored a 38. Guess I can thank mom and dad for always moving us to brand new suburban communities.

I scored a 15. I live in the suburbiest place in the whole world and you know what? I LOVED it. Matt thinks it’s weird how much I love where I grew up… but I thought it was awesome.

(via vinomeg)

  1. houndedingotham reblogged this from emmersdrawberry and added:
    65 points. “A first-generation middle-class person with working-class parents and average television and movie going...
  2. learningtoricochet reblogged this from laughingasongox and added:
    28 - I’m 22 and from Long Island. Went to college in Manhattan and have only ever lived in a major city or the suburbs...
  3. n-a-r-i-e reblogged this from boysinperil and added:
    I got 10. Surprising no one, I’m pretty sure.
  4. lurkinmerkin reblogged this from boysinperil and added:
    I got a 62 myself. Glad to confirm that my bubble is thin, lol. EDIT: That said, thinking about the quiz further, I...
  5. boysinperil reblogged this from panaili and added:
    I got a 67. I grew up in a small town and come from a blue-collar background; I’ve held a number of jobs that make me...
  6. panaili reblogged this from beautyinthespacebetween and added:
    I graduated college in 2008 with a dual degree in Japanese and International Relations and predicted the cold, black...
  7. beautyinthespacebetween reblogged this from panaili and added:
    Ooh, cool. I always like learning about people who are in the military. How did you get involved?
  8. chilope reblogged this from laughingasongox and added:
    70- I’ve always been poverty stricken and shit.
  9. proveyrhuman reblogged this from titivil and added:
    Right! That’s what I said! The freaking Bell Curve, man!
  10. prettyodd6 reblogged this from maryanne and added:
    57, lol michigander for lyfeee
  11. cryingatbeyonceconcerts reblogged this from markcoatney
  12. td-tinydancer reblogged this from meredithbklyn and added:
    45
  13. meredithbklyn reblogged this from haygirlhay and added:
    I know I’m late to the party, but I got a 35. Interesting questions.
  14. chiaberry reblogged this from thatfrenchman and added:
    I got a 49. Spending my elementary school years in Farmville, VA (pop thatfrenchman:
  15. ginmpotter reblogged this from prepstergrunge and added:
    36. A first-generation upper-middle-class person with middle-class parents. A second-generation (or more)...
  16. prepstergrunge reblogged this from nickdouglas and added:
    40. Either categorized as a second gen upper middle class person (which I’m not) trying to get out a lot (which I do) or...
  17. vindikateor reblogged this from kvknowsherfun and added:
    I got a 60. And I’m so confused by what the scoring reveals.
  18. athreateninghaiku reblogged this from skepticalavenger and added:
    i’m surprised i only got a 58 because taking this made me feel like a poor redneck. i don’t want to know who that jimmie...
  19. cjsoapbox reblogged this from laughterkey and added:
    45 if i exclude being miserably broke during college. 49 if I do include it. I’m going to that to being an Army brat....
  20. legitimate-rage reblogged this from skepticalavenger and added:
    really only watch TV/out-of-theatre movies when I’m with other people lately. 48–99:
  21. lauratheoutlandish reblogged this from caro and added:
    almost… 31. Yep. Pretty bubbly.
  22. lordubu reblogged this from nickdouglas
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  24. wholegrainlofat reblogged this from bedbugsbiting and added:
    42–100: A first-generation middle-class person with working-class parents and average television and movie going habits....
  25. afieldjournal reblogged this from haygirlhay and added:
    I got a 46, not surprised really.