I need to move to Canda, who wants to join me?
So extremely bored of this cliche that Americans are more ignorant of the world than anyone else. It's just so laughably demonstrably false. I've been traveling through Europe and the Near East for nearly 2 years now. I get asked all the time where I drove my car from and when I say "Bahrain," I think... of the hundreds of Europeans who asked me that question, maybe ONE has known that Bahrain was a country or where it was located. When I tell *Europeans* that I am in Thessaloniki, or Odessa, or Minsk, or Vilnius, or Riga, I can't believe it but the most common response is "where?" You don't even know you're own continent! Americans don't know where Vilnius is, either, but they know Las Vegas! (same population)
Looked at wikipedia throught though, LOLLL
Not expecting much from Truss, she will (hopefully) lie less than Bojo but the standard of politicians in the UK (and indeed globally) is woefully low at the minute.
Every time I do this quiz I miss out some obvious ones - this time it was Robert Peel, who is practically mentioned in the preamble...
So, of course, we have to get all indignant. ;)
Of course, they aren't exactly the same, but they do have their similarities
54, stumbled as I began to type Boozy's name and ran out of time. First time I've managed to remember all the early nineteenth century aristos, doubt if I'll achieve that again :-/
Most Americans only know three
I AM NOT MOST AMERICANS!
(I am not even American, am 1/2 Filipino 1/2 Chinese)
However, helping me brush up on my history.
The only one that I forgot was Balfour, so not a bad first attempt.
Thanks for your time and effort in creating this quiz.
But essentially all those people only referred to by them being the Duke of Witherchestershirehamington or whatever I had no clue about.
But come on, people like Sir Robert Walpole, John Major and Clement Attlee are really not that hard to recall, are they? ^^
Does that :D even look like a smiley face?
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