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I'm 100% Texan.

Y'all got a problem with that?



labyrinth labyrinth 36-40, F 22 Responses Oct 10, 2007

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Heck no...I'm 20% Texan...and hope to move back and become even more Texan! It's sad that I'm slowly losing my Texanity the longer I stay here...

Heck naw, in fact, I might have a problem if you WEREN'T! I'm not 100% Texan, but I am about 21% Texan. It is my home state though...and even though my physical body lives in Tennessee, my heart has always lived in Texas!<br />
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ummm... ok.

I don't care if you're a ******* Smurf. -_-; ******* state pride and all that ****. Brag when your state becomes it's own country/nation/independance again, okay? Otherwise, I don't give a ****. I'm sure there are tons of me out there and don't think of me as an *******, I'm just ******* tired of this nearly-racist pride **** going around.

oh yeah? I'm an Aggie. What exactly do you hate??? <br />
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LOL - just kidding. It's a small town with VERY small town attitudes. I'm sure it can be stiffiling. There's a lot of fun to be had there too, though. Give it a shot!

Oh yeah? spent lots of time in Portland as a high schooler. My best friend is from there originally. Very cool. where now?

cute? did you just say, "cute"? OMFG you gotta be kiddin me.

where in TX?

then how come you don't know????? Where here?

if i tell you - then you might try and fake someone out - telling them you're from here. so....I'll just make ya work for it awhile, see what happens...

actually - it depends on what language you are speaking. Spanish speakers pronounce it differently than English speakers. I know how to say it both ways - so I guess I still win as the MOST TEXAN!!!!!

It's kind of like a baby is to a mother. No matter how ugly it might look to others, there's no other like your own.<br />
Austalian born and bread with ancestors from the Irish side of the world and the scottish family of William Wallace. Never been out of Australia, so I'll assume Texas has something going for it that I don't know about.

Oh, I'm a mutt when it comes to where I'm from. Lived seven places before I was eighteen. I make no claims on Texas. I like Texas, except for the fact that Texans don't know how to say Bexar.

Y'all are both wacked!!!!!! If ya ain't born here --- ya ain't from here. <br />
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(j/k - but most texans do feel that way - :)

That was the first time I ever put quesion marks after my LOL...(LOL??)...I guess I was unsure of the comedic quality of my post :)

Did you ever have one of those phone conversations - it seems to especially happen on cell phones - where you both try to talk at the same time and then you both stop and then you both try to talk again and then stop, and then it all gets so jerky you can't even really talk anymore?<br />
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I just did that to your joke, I think. Twice.<br />
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[Can you hear me now?]

I was just trying to carry on the comedy but I don't think I had the right effect I was looking for :(

You know, I should have figured out by now that anytime I think I'm saying something funny and it involves math, it turns out I'm wrong.<br />
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Humdinger, goofball

Well I actually was using a sliding scale formula with my formative years having less weight than my adult years. Having spent my first 5 years outside of Texas, but all subsequent years inside of Texas, I came up with a figure of exactly 95 %. LOL??

Actually you're 84.375% Texan, if you're going by how long you've been there...but who's counting?

um no.

I don't, I'm 95 % Texan. I wasn't born here but I've spent the last 27 years here. 27 out of 32 years ain't bad huh?