What % John Wayne Are You?

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Zoe Samuel

5 Min Quiz

What's the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

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How do you bathe?

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What do you have for breakfast?

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How do you dress for work?

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How do you dress on your day off?

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How is your house decorated?

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What do you drive?

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Do you have any pets?

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What do you do for a living?

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Where do you live?

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How long does it take you to say "I'm John Wayne"?

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Have you ever been knocked unconscious?

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Have you ever boxed?

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Can you ride a horse?

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How are you with rifles?

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How are you with pistols?

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Can you take a hit?

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How easily distracted are you?

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How much time do you spend with cute, fluffy animals?

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What do you think of when you see a little lamb?

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What's for lunch?

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What time do you call it a day?

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What's your after work celebration?

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How much do you drink before dinner?

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How much do you smoke before dinner?

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What do you eat for dinner?

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What's your dinner's pairing?

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What do you do after dinner with your friends?

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What TV do you watch to unwind?

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When do you go to bed?

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About This Quiz

Born Marion Robert Morrison, John Wayne was one of the biggest movie stars of all time, and not just because he was very tall. He appeared in dozens of films, from the schlock B-movies of his youth to shamelessly commercial films like "The Shootist." He is best remembered for films like John Ford's "The Searchers," which remain classics of the western genre and are so widely imitated, you should notice shades of them in "Star Wars: Episode IV."

Wayne's career took off after his friend John Ford cast him in "Stagecoach," the 1939 film that planted him firmly in the popular culture. Later, he would found and become the president of The Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a conservative political organization. Perhaps because of his political beliefs, or possibly because of his guilt at not having served in WW2 despite being of age, Wayne made a lot of gung-ho war movies, including "The Alamo," "The Longest Day," "The Horse Soldiers," "How The West Was Won," and many other movies in the same vein.

John Wayne stood out among stars for his macho toughness, his slow, deliberate way of speaking, and the decisive, action-oriented characters he played. In a world where Clint Eastwood was still a young actor, John Wayne was the model for how to be the cool action star, in control at all times. How much are you like him?

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