Fast food companies make it their business to be consistent. A burger in Alaska should taste the same as a burger in Texas and technically that should taste the same as the very same burger in Japan. But fast food places also understand that regional tastes vary, and that means what's popular in Alaska may not be the same as what's popular in Texas and Japan. The McRib may not be the meal of choice for people who live in Los Angeles and Taco Bell may not be the delicious choice for people in Acapulco. What does all that mean? it means there's a good chance where you live and where you grew up can really have an effect on the kinds of food you like to eat even today.
Sure there are plenty of boring ways to tell where someone comes from - their accent, their address, just asking them, but that's hardly in-depth and doesn't really help you decide on what you might want for lunch. Instead, why not answer a few questions about some of the most popular fast food choices from some of the best restaurants out there and we'll use that info to guess exactly where you grew up? Just take the quiz and see.