Which Country Should You Really Be From?

Where were you meant to live? Maybe the romantic streets of France or the sandy beaches of Costa Rica?

Lois
Created By Lois
On Nov 5, 2015

What's your favorite type of cuisine?

How do you feel about trying new things?

Which movie would you rent?

How many times have you traveled to another country in your life?

When you're in a new city what is the first thing you do?

What kind of guy/girl is your type?

Who would you most want to take on a trip with you?

What's your dream job?

What's your favorite social media?

If you could date one of these celebrities who would you choose?

USA

USA

You got USA! You're as All-American as they come. You love to drive around in your truck, listening to country music while the wind blows in your hair. You're not in a hurry to get married and start a family just yet. You are independent and have big dreams for yourself.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

You got Costa Rica! You are spontaneous and love adventure. You're athletic and outgoing and it's easy for you to make new friends. You like to live on the edge and explore new places. You're not always willing to be vulnerable with your emotions but you love people deeply.

France

France

You got France! You're not always very sensitive and tend to be pretty blunt, but you're witty and charming. You have a close knit group of friends and you don't feel the need for more. You don't do well with new people, but you do have a great appreciation of fashion and art.

Switzerland

Switzerland

You got Switzerland! You're sweet and soulful. You like a quiet life and are strongly connected to nature. You don't live excessively and enjoy the little things in life. You are an intensely loyal friend and are always trying to calm conflicts.

India

India

You got India! You love passionately and have exotic tastes. You actively explore your spirituality and enjoy deep conversations about life, love, and religion. You like spicy foods and have always liked a mix of urban and quieter settings. You belong in India, my friend!