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Your Personality Traits Represented By Your Favorite Cookie

It's National Cookie Month!

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It's National Cookie Month! What your favorite cookie is can say a lot about a person... does your favorite cookie represents your personality?

1. Chocolate Chip

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Friendly, relaxed, social, youthful.

2. Snickerdoodle

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Stubborn, courageous, progressive, outspoken.

3. Sugar cookie - without frosting

Agreeable, cooperative, adaptable, practical.

4. Sugar cookie - with frosting

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Dramatic, glamorous, passionate, stylish.

5. Gingerbread

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Hardworking, determined, humble, good-natured.

6. Oatmeal raisin

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Healthy, active, energetic, balanced.

7. M&M

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Creative, colorful, enthusiastic, fun-loving.

8. Oreo

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Lovable, reliable, trusting, simple.

9. Butterscotch/Toffee Crunch

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Cultured, well-rounded, conscientious, predictable.

10. Peanut Butter

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Humorous, spontaneous, freethinking, open.

11. Shortbread

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Respectful, conservative, scholarly, wise.

12. Thumbprint

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Experimental, optimistic, sweet, big-thinking.

13. Butter

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Mindful, clear-headed, quiet, focused.

14. Pizzelle

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Old-fashioned, maternal, generous, caring.

15. Peanut Butter Blossom

Cheerful, benevolent, generous, curious.

16. Coconut Macaroon

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Daring, imaginative, leaderly, skillful.

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