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JUST BECAUSE YOU LIKE VANILLA DOESN’T MEAN YOU ARE VANILLA
JUST BECAUSE YOU LIKE VANILLA DOESN’T MEAN YOU ARE VANILLA

As hot as its been its no surprise that July is National Ice Cream Month. And of course there’s a scientific study about how your favorite flavor matches up with your personality. Maybe they need to do some additional research.

I like vanilla ice cream, and while that may carry the stigma of boring, according to the study, vanilla fans are more likely to be impulsive (I am), easily suggestible (I am not) and somewhat idealistic (yeah, somewhat).

But I also like chocolate chip ice cream. Fans of this flavor are generous (I am), competent (eh, depends on who you talk to) and go-getters (no – I like people to get things for me).

My other fave flavors are peanut butter and banana. Those weren’t even on the list. So, really when it comes right down to it, the only thing this study says for sure is this – I LIKE ICE CREAM. Stay cool.

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