Tuesday, June 24, 2008

I Always Knew I Was Old-Fashioned

64

As a 1930s wife, I am
Superior

Take the test!




I saw this on Emma's blog and it's just too hilarious. Love it!

Not sure if this means I'm an exceptional wife or if I'm dreadfully out-of-date. :D

8 comments:

pollywallydoodle said...

Ok I took your quiz and I am also superior but probably not according to Rory!! Your onesies are cute. Wish I knew someone having a baby. xoxoxoxo

Adventures in Heywood said...

I did the quiz. I'm POOR. I'm not broken up about it. I do wonder though - is it trying to make a value judgment about whether you should or shouldn't BE a 1930's wife. They do know it's NOT 1930, right?

cara lou said...

Haha. I think they're making fun of the silly things that a "good" wife was expected to do or not do back then -- particularly the things to do with waiting on one's husband. I found it to be hilarious.

Ruth said...

I scored 51, which is way higher than I thought I would, being such a rebellious little wife and all. =P I had to close my computer when Eric came by though...didn't want him getting any ideas. Next thing you know he'll be asking me for a shampoo.

Adventures in Heywood said...

HAHAHA Ruth!!! What? No manicures and shampoos for Eric? Sad for him. ;)

cara lou said...

Haha. That totally cracked me up Ruth. You're so rebellious. It's from watching Pippy.

kelly southwell said...

wow, should I be embarrassed or proud to say I'm a 103?!!! oh my. I am born in the wrong era I guess.

Alissa said...

Eh, I'm only average. Probably because of the crooked seams on my hose.