How Irish Are You?

How much Irish blood runs through your veins? Take this quiz to discover just how Irish you are.

Question 1/10
Are you a ginger?
I have dark hair and light eyes
No, but my sibling is
None of these

Question 2/10
What do you call this holiday?
St. Patrick's Day
St. Patty's Day
St. Paddy's Day
None of these

Question 3/10
How many people do you know named Patrick?
1 or 2
6 or more
I don't know

Question 4/10
How well do you tan?
I can get pretty bronze
I only burn
My freckles multiply in the sun
None of these

Question 5/10
What is your response when somebody asks you a question that you have no intention of answering?
I don't know
Don't worry about it
None of your business
Ah, sure you know yourself
None of these

Question 6/10
How would you pronounce the first name of Academy Award nominated Saoirse Ronan?
I don't know

Question 7/10
What do you call this appliance?
None of these

Question 8/10
How would you ask a friend how their date went last night?
Did you get any?
Did you get the shift?
How was it?
None of these

Question 9/10
How would you greet a person in the morning?
Good Morning
Top of the Mornin'
Maidin Mhaith
A nod
None of these

Question 10/10
What is this drink called?
A Beer
A Pint
A Guiness
None of these
Pure Irish blood runs through your veins. You understand all of the quirks of the beloved Emerald Isle and hold it dear to your heart. You are 100% Irish.

100% Irish
You are a true Celt. You thoroughly understand all things Irish, including the Celtic language and superstitions. Even a Leprechaun isn't more Irish than you.

You Are a True Celt
You have Irish roots. Your ancestors crossed the sea many years ago to make their way in the New World (Probably settling in Brooklyn). You are Irish-American.

You're an Irish-American
You understand much from the Fair Isle,certainly more than an average American. You have some Irish roots but are influenced by other cultures as well. You are half Irish.

You Are Half Irish
You might have ancestors from Ireland, but you identify yourself more with the regional area and not the country itself. You still have an appreciation for all things Irish and celebrate March 17th with zeal. You are British.

You Are British