How Welsh Are You?

Grab a daffodil, it’s time to quiz.

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  1. 1. Someone offers you a cwtch. What do you do?
    1. Apologise, tell them you’re not looking for any trouble.
    2. Open your arms and receive it/reciprocate like the loving person you are.
    3. Say it’s okay, you’ve got one at home already.
    4. “Aw, thank you butt, that’d be lovely.”
    5. Text your mother and tell her to buy a wedding hat.
  2. 2. You're in London and you fancy a sandwich. The cheapest one costs a fiver. What do you do?
    1. Buy it, that’s great value considering the general cost of living in a capital.
    2. Find a supermarket, buy a loaf of bread and a packet of ham, and feel very smug about your super-saving sandwiches. You’ve got 8 of them now!
    3. Go hungry.
    4. Keep walking until you find a cheaper one. You might be hungry but you’ve still got your principles.
    5. Stare at the sandwich until it’s past its sell-by-date and is subsequently reduced.
  3. 3. That woman who gave birth to you — what do you call her?
    1. Mum.
    2. Mam.
    3. Mother.
    4. The root of all my problems.
    5. Deborah.
  4. 4. There's a knock at the door but you're currently indisposed. What do you say?
    1. Nothing and hope they go away.
    2. “Please bear with me.”
    3. “Whoosthat?”
    4. “I’ll be there now in a minute.”
    5. “I saw the light on the night that I passed by her window. I saw the flickering shadows of love on her blind. She was my woman. As she deceived me I watched and went out of my mind.”
  5. 5. You're pre-drinking with friends. A taxi needs to be booked. What do you do?
    1. Have no credit. Someone else better call the taxi.
    2. “Turn around, touch the ground, basgy not calling.”
    3. Plead that you have a sore throat. Someone else better call the taxi.
    4. Pretend to call the taxi then say you got no answer. Someone else better call the taxi.
    5. You just call for the bloody taxi.
  6. 6. Do you know Gareth Evans?
    1. Aye, he went to my school.
    2. Not personally, no.
    3. Who?
    4. The name rings a bell.
    5. Which one? I know loads of Gareth Evanses.
  7. 7. How would you describe a person to whom you're physically attracted?
    1. Tidy.
    2. A whip-whop-whapper.
    3. Proper pancake.
    4. Bloody lush.
    5. Stunning.
  8. 8. The most involved in an Eisteddfod you've ever been...
    1. I was in the choir (but put in the back row because I can’t really sing).
    2. I once dressed up as a mouse and sang a song about cheese. I’d rather not talk about it. I’m still receiving counselling.
    3. My Eisteddfod achievements are too numerous to list.
    4. Uh?
    5. The Eisteddfod is all a bit too creepy for me…
  9. 9. It's March 1st. What do you do?
    1. Burst into a Pagan Dance of Spring.
    2. Pin a leek to your chest.
    3. Buy a bunch of daffodils.
    4. Bake Welsh Cakes.
    5. “Pinch, punch, it’s the first of the month — no returns”.
  10. 10. A Welsh Cake is?
    1. Alright.
    2. Brilliant. Bloody love them.
    3. A cake made by a Welsh person.
    4. Not quite as good as a scone.
    5. The only reason you own a griddle.
  11. 11. . You're travelling home from England and see the Croeso i Gymru sign. What do you do?
    1. Sing the National Anthem.
    2. Get out the car and run back and forth across the border, singing ‘We Are The Champions”.
    3. Do nothing.
    4. Text your parents to let them you know you’re now safe.
    5. Cheer, and say it’s good to be back .

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Ailbhe Malone is the UK lifestyle editor for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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