Take the Quiz! What Does Your Favorite Food Say About You?

Every now and then, it’s nice to take a break from your busy day and relax with a fun quiz. After all, who doesn’t want to know what their favorite food says about them?!

Peanut Butter

Growing up never fully completed its cycle for you. In fact, you probably live in your backyard treehouse, sleep in a sleeping bag, and drink apple juice out of a juice box. No judgment here.



You are a ninja. No, you cannot hide it. You’ll take a bite out of that Dragon Roll after you’ve dipped it in your soy sauce, and then you’re off to fight the bad guys Jackie Chan style.



You can recite every line from the original Ghostbusters film. “I tried to think of the most harmless thing. Something I loved from my childhood. Something that could never, ever possibly destroy us, Mr. Stay Puft … We used to roast Stay Puft marshmallows by the fire at Camp Wauconda.” – Ray



You take yoga classes weekly. No, forget that. You probably teach yoga. In fact you’re probably in crow pose right now as you read this. Stop showing off.



You are a good, old-fashioned American with a grandma who bakes homemade pies from scratch and she STILL hasn’t given you that recipe. It’s a struggle not to let it come between you at Thanksgiving, but one of these years you’ll charm it out of her.



Yeah, yeah, we know it’s not a “food”. But you still ingest it. And there are stores built around it. So if coffee is your choice you are, as Mary Poppins puts it, practically perfect in every way. Don’t change a thing. Seriously, don’t. When people tell you to stop drinking coffee, just ignore them. Coffee doesn’t judge. Coffee understands.




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About Maia Rodriguez

"Military Mom" Maia Rodriguez was born in Cleveland, Ohio, but that was about twenty homes ago. After graduating from Syracuse University with a BFA in Musical Theater, she traveled just about everywhere in the country, lived in a green turtle-like tent for 6 months, toured and slept in the back of her van and even worked in Japan for a year. Then she met her husband who tamed her (ha!) and they embarked together on the adventure of parenthood in southern California where she worked as a professional pirate. Now, two children later, the family currently resides in VIrginia, where she sings for the US Navy as a vocalist. When she’s not mothering, she’s writing music for "Evernight," singing and writing for the Baby Bullet Blog.

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