KDWB. You love to party! In fact, one of your main interests is partying. Another is likely “shopping,” or “running,” or maybe even “going out.” You update your Facebook status a lot. Your favorite musical artists change every three months. So do your boyfriends, best friends, and hairstyle.
96.3 Now. You used to like B96 and now you’re kind of just stuck in the past because you want something better than KDWB. You find yourself unable to move on from most things in life.
NPR. You have a bumper sticker on your car, carry a Nalgene, and prefer Magers & Quinn to Barnes and Noble. You are in a long-term relationship. You can hold a conversation about biking in Minneapolis. You probably don’t have kids—but if you do, they have their own library cards.
KMOJ. You are a dude. You love marijuana. You have a basement where you smoke marijuana. You take girls on dates to Surdyks.
The Current. You like tote bags, indie music, “shows,” and music festivals. You drive a car that is exactly four years old, prefer glasses to contacts, aren’t outspoken, and have more music on iTunes than anyone you know. You like your parents (now). You were the first of your friends to get an iPod, you have a serious relationship, and you still mourn the loss of Lala.com.
KTIS. You definitely aren’t reading this site right now. If you are, I apologize, you must be lost. Here you go: michelebachmann.com.
Cities 97. You sometimes feel like your bros don’t “get” you. You are so much chiller than their bullshit, but you’re still cool. You have a lukewarm personality.
KQ92. You partied a lot in high school. Hockey is your preferred sport. You prefer road trips to air travel, know your way around a dive bar, and lost your virginity to a Rolling Stones song (“Wild Horses”). You probably will never move more than 100 miles away from the house you grew up in.
One of the country stations. I’m not really sure what stations these are, but you sure do love country music! You’re from a third-ring suburb (or maybe even rural Minnesota), but sometimes venture into the city to go “downtown” or to Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar. Whoa. Everytime you go out you’re looking for someone to settle down with. You hope to have a house soon and a dog, several children, and have a vehement preference about brands of trucks. God bless America.