Think You Might be a NDP Supporter?

[Take the Test)

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair gets expressive as he responds to questions with the media following a party caucus meeting on Parliament Hill Wednesday May 8, 2013 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Please answer the following to find out if you are a true dipper. Ten or more correct and you get a photo of Angry Tom.

  1. Do you let your 12 year old daughter smoke at the table in front of her kids?
  2. Does the Kelly Blue Book value on your truck go up and down, depending on how much gas is in it?
  3. Do you ever have to go outside to get something from the fridge?
  4. Do you have flowers planted in a bathroom fixture in your front yard?
  5. Did you have to remove a toothpick for your wedding pictures?
  6. Does the Halloween pumpkin on your porch have more teeth than your spouse?
  7. Do you ever wonder how service stations keep their bathrooms so clean?
  8. Has your property ever been mistaken for a recycling center?
  9. Do you think a “subdivision” is part of a math problem?
  10. Do you have a working T.V. sitting on top of a non-working T.V.?
  11. If a tornado hit your neighborhood, would it do $100,000 worth of improvements?
  12. Has the Salvation Army ever declined your mattress?
  13. Do you keep a can of Raid on the kitchen table?
  14. Do you have a complete set of salad bowls that all say “Cool Whip” on the side?
  15. Have you ever used a rag for a gas cap?


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