Get ready to answer this question if you're ever headed to Japan.
I guess knowing one's blood type here in Japan can tell them a lot about a person. (ive learned to stop asking quesitons here)
I never even had a clue what my bloodtype was until I went through the application process for Peace Corps. Back home a blood type test will set ya back $150! and me being the cheapskate I am found out that if you donate blood you can ask and find out your blood type for free. I signed up to donate but fainted before I even entered the building. I had 2 other failed attempts (my mom even tried to drag me to one appointment) when I finally gave up on the idea of sitting there for a good umpteen hour while they drain my blood.
I ended up getting my blood test done through a finger prick for $1 in Ecuador while I was volunteering there. My oh my how I love 3rd world countries! So lo and behold I am AB.
When I told my students I was AB they covered their mouth, gave a shriek and acted like it was the coolest thing on the planet.
When I tried to tell them I was a Gemini they were not at all impressed.
I guess I'll stick to: Hi! I'm Callie. I'm AB.
I seem to be rackin up points that way. Try givin it a go!