Have the Olympics made you more patriotic?
Its finally over. Last night the London 2012 Olympic games came to a close with a ceremony featuring the best of British music. We want to ask today whether this games has turned you from someone who clung on to their Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan or Bangladeshi identity into a fully fledged flag waving Brit?
Have the London 2012 games been brilliant for people like us who come from immigrant backgrounds? A Somali-born Muslim, Mo Farah, has become the first British athlete to win two athletics golds in a single games, Jessica Ennis who is mixed race became the 2012 sweetheart and even the final gold was won by Black British Anthony Joshua.
After a brilliant opening ceremony. a record medal haul, brilliant volunteers and universal praise, the games have given Britain something to be really proud of but are you feeling it?
We saw so much of what we do well, sporting success, multi ethnic winners - in short the ability to get the big things right. Does that make you swell with pride? Does that make you feel for the first time, truly proud to be British?
Or do you think this has all been a massive distraction? The country is still in recession, we spent billions that we can't afford and the EDL and BNP are still out there?
Which side are you on?