John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

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Congratulations, you're Chicago, the Windy City.
What US city are you? Take the quiz by girlwithagun.

Sweet home Chicago!

Interestingly, the answer I got hinged entirely on the last question, "what city would you most like to live in?" I picked Chicago, and got Chicago as my answer. That got me thinking: if I picked another city, would that city come up as my city? So I went back and chose Washington DC, and was told my city was Washington DC. I started working through the list, and found that for most of the cities, I got Washington DC as "my" city. But when I chose Chicago or New York, I got Chicago and New York as my cities. So I guess all things considered the test is fairly accurate. Consider the cities listed in the last question: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Washington, DC, New York City, Chicago, and Nashville. Washington DC is where I live now, and Chicago is the the only one I'd be willing to move away from DC to live in. (There are other places I'd be willing to move that aren't on the list.)

I'm not sure why New York ranked so high; I have approximately no interest in all in living in New York. I guess the point is that if you're crazy enough to choose to live in New York, that makes it your city by default.

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