If 11 College Majors Were Ice Cream Flavors

If 11 College Majors Were Ice Cream Flavors

Here's your answer to that burning question.
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Who hasn't paused in the middle of their day to wonder, "If I were an ice cream flavor, which one would I be?" Well, here's your answer. Whether you're a whimsical student of the English language or a dedicated computer science major, this list will answer all your burning questions.

1. Business: Chocolate

Just like we need business majors in the world, we all need chocolate in our lives.

2. Communication: Cookies and Cream

Classic but unique, just like communication.

3. English: Strawberry

Whimsical yet simple, just like the best literature.

4. International Studies: Coffee

Coffee is different in practically every culture. International studies majors are always ready for anything.

5. History: Butter Pecan

Relaxing yet complex—just like learning about where you came from, what you have overcome and the future that awaits you.

6. Computer Science: Mint Chocolate Chip

They have a little bit of an edge.

7. Art: Vanilla

It's your blank slate. Make it your own creation.

8. Math: Neapolitan

It takes a special person to really enjoy eating Neapolitan ice cream in its true form with all three flavors together, just like it takes a unique person to actually want to spend their life doing math.

9. Political Science: Rocky Road

There's always a new hurdle in the world of politics, and the chocolate from this flavor will help get you through that.

10. Theatre: Birthday Cake

A classic that everyone seems to underestimate.

11. Undecided: Cotton Candy

Flamboyant and childlike, they want to enjoy life while they can before deciding on a major.

Hopefully, you feel comforted now that you have definitive answers to which ice cream flavor you would be. One thing's for sure, the world would not be the same without each of us in it. Just think of how much you would miss your favorite ice cream.

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13 Snacks That Take Us Back To The Early 2000s, AKA The Lunchbox Days

Childhood snacks that we all remember.
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The lunchbox days: ya know, the times in which you packed your pail to the brim for school lunch, field trips, summer camp, road trips, and other similar endeavors. The lunchbox days were the good 'ol days.

But, as you got older, and as yummy childhood snacks came and went, you forgot about the foods you once loved. Maybe you find yourself munching on your childhood favorites every now and then? Maybe it takes you back to the glorious lunchbox days?

Check out these 13 early 2000, childhood snacks and see if they were once your favorites:

1. Ice Pops

Usually enjoyed after a long day at the pool. It was so much fun pushing the melted juice up.

2. Fun Dip

Maybe you won these at an arcade?

3. Lunchables

Yes. Just yes.

Remember the hot dog ones?

4. Dunk-a-Roos

One of the greatest childhood desserts EVER.

5. Trix Yogurt

"Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids!"

6. Fruit Roll-Ups (preferably the ones that left tattoos)

The super long ones were fabulous, too.

7. Gushers

Still eat these today?

8. Kid's Cuisine

I always ate the pudding first.

9. GoGurt

All of the cool kids ate these at lunchtime.

10. Capri Sun

Refreshing.

11. Cheese Puffs

A childhood, go-to snack.

12. Crackers dipped in cheese

Pretty sure I ate these every day.

13. Uncrustables

Did anyone else peel the crinkly part?


Most of these snacks are still around! Go buy them and enjoy!

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Frozen Pizzas Review Pt.2

" 'Now the party don't start 'til I walk in'...with the pizza," (from the song Tik Tok by Kesha)
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Birthdays? Parties? Friday night Netflix Movie Night?

Pizza is mostly likely going to be there to get the party started. A few weeks ago I reviewed three frozen pizzas and scoring them on a 1-10 scale based on taste and texture (1 being the worst, 10 being the best). This week I'm back reviewing another 3 frozen pizzas on a 1-10 scale to help you pick out a pizza next time you're at the grocery store in the pizza aisle.

***Disclaimer: Toppings might influence the taste of pizza, and I did not stick with one topping for each pizza, the list will include the brand of pizza and the topping that I tried it with***

****The order the pizzas appear are not influenced by my scoring of the pizzas****

1. Jack's Original Thin Crust (Pepperoni)

It's been a while since I tried this pizza, but I decided to include it anyway. Every time I see this pizza, I get a flashback of seven year old me walking through a grocery store with my mother and asking her if we can buy it. This was my go-to after-school snack, and I would eat the whole pizza without even thinking twice. I didn't mind that the crust was thin, and unlike some pizzas where the crust is inedible, this crust didn't taste that bad. If my seven-year-old self was to rate this pizza, I would give it a 9/10.

2. Red Baron (Classic Crust Pepperoni)


Red Baron is the type of pizza that is your back-up, if you are unwilling to get any other pizza this is the safety net of pizzas. The cheese is not stringy, the sauce is not spicy or overpowering, and the crust is crunchy. The pepperoni adds the savory taste to the pizza. It's the type of pizza that won't blow you away with its taste, but won't make you avoid it either, I score it a 6.5/10.

3. Totino's Pizza Rolls (Pepperoni)


Totino's Pizza Rolls is not exactly a stereotypically pizza, it might be argued that it considered a snack, but contains similar ingredients that belong on a pizza. It's a pizza bite packed into a..bite.

For the most part, I tend to burn myself after taking the first bite. Totino's Pizza Rolls doesn't leave you with a long satisfying taste after eating it. Although the best part is the inside (the pepperoni), the outer layer could be better by not being so dry, I give it a 6/10.


These are my opinions when it comes to reviewing pizzas, obviously personal preference has to be factored in when trying these pizzas. However, next time you are in a grocery store, try out different pizza brands and topping combinations.

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