Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Only a Select Few Can Be. . .

This is the business that regulates whether people may call themselves Midwesterners or not. I got a hold of the written test they give, and am sharing it here:
  1. Are you, or have you ever been, at least 8 pounds overweight?
  2. Do you like meat and potatoes?
  3. Can you change a light bulb by yourself with no problem?
  4. Do you own duck boots?
  5. Do you know or are you related to a farmer, or do you do business with one?
  6. Are you friendly to white strangers?
  7. Do you think having an ATV or RV would be okay if someone else paid for it?
  8. Have you ever been all sweaty?
  9. Have you ever had a beer because there was nothing else to drink?
  10. Do you think "bobcat" is both a noun and a verb?
 Essay questions:

1. Describe the difference between a bulldozer and a backhoe.

2. Describe the little place on the lake.

3. What are the three most important gun safety rules?


Anonymous said...

Rule #1 - Keep your booger picker off the bang switch. My personal favorite.

Julia Gordon-Bramer said...


Divinebunbun said...

Most important gun rules (any three of the five, and you pass):
-"Always point the muzzle in a safe direction"
-"Always treat every firearm as if it were loaded"
-"Keep your booger picker off the bang switch," also known as, keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to fire"
-"Never point a firearm at anybody, even for a joke"
-"Guns and alcohol don't mix"