It really depends on the type of test. I've taken a blood test, and people have to take piss tests, etc. but considering the physical act of writing answers on a test, I think both words are justifiable.
J-Dawg has the thickest of all of the Canadian accents I've met, so he's gotta be up there somewhere.
Seriously? I can think of tons of people who have a much stronger Canadian accent than I do, especially those from further East. The local accent here is sort of half Canadian and half mid-western US.
What's truly scary is if you were to run into me after I've been in Texas for a week - I have no idea why but I totally pick that accent up after only a few days.
I thought Friendly had a more recognizable accent than J-Dawg. I said it before, but after spending so much time with FD, I caught myself matching his accent a couple times weeks later. Waking up Canadian has always been a nightmare of mine, so it was troublesome.
I never realized how much I say "eh" until I started hanging out with Americans regularly.
I have a really bad east coast accent when I get drunk, and I have a bunch of words that are just huge tip offs. Anything with a sharp a I really draw out, words like "car" or "bar" I turn into "caaar" or "baaar".