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06/06/2014 11:38 am ET Updated Aug 06, 2014

What Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Says About You

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There is nothing more satisfying than a bowl of ice cream. Think about it: When you were small all of your accomplishments were rewarded with ice cream. Bring home a great report card? You're heading to the ice cream shoppe. T-ball team win the big game? To the ice cream parlor it is! Ice cream is a celebration of life, and over the years your taste buds have chosen a favorite ice cream which you choose to celebrate life with. But what if your selection meant more than just having a natural sweet tooth?

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We have a theory: Your favorite ice cream selection will tell us more about you than you can imagine.

While there are "studies" out on ice cream personalities, we thought about what the elements of the actual flavors mean for you as a person. For instance, strawberry is an extremely sweet flavor but also is a non-threatening color. It isn't overpowering, but a distinctly recognizable taste. We figured that if you gravitate towards that, you must be very similar: extremely sweet, easy going and uniquely you!

Admittedly our method isn't a scientific one, but we'd bet we are on the money with most of these.

Whether you are sharing an ice cream cone on your first date or curling up on the couch with a freshly scooped bowl, think twice about your ice cream choices. After all, you could be sending the wrong message about yourself.

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What Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Says About You
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What Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor Says About You

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