What does your biscuit say about you?
It is National Biscuit Day (29 May) and a poll has revealed what your biscuit choice says about you.
United Biscuits brand McVitie’s decided to poll the nation as we a bunch of biscuit fans with the average Brit enjoying two a day [One Poll research].
The results include general personality traits as decided by your biscuit, for example, Digestive-eaters describe themselves as fun-loving, Jaffa Cake fans think they are cheeky and Hobnob enthusiasts think they are funny.
More detailed results indicate that Milk Chocolate Digestive lovers are most likely to be fans of Coronation Street, Ginger Nut eaters prefer a ‘staycation’ over a holiday abroad and Rich Tea chompers are most likely to live in East Anglia.
Sarah Heynen, marketing director, Sweet Biscuits, said: “At McVitie’s we know the truly ubiquitous nature of biscuits – but we decided wanted to dig a little deeper and discover what makes each biscuit-lover unique. Our research should put smiles on people’s faces for National Biscuit Day and reminds everyone how biscuits can make everyday moments go just that little bit better.”
Here is some more:
Digestive lovers are most likely to describe themselves as ‘fun-loving’; watch Hollyoaks; and cite Frozen’s Elsa as their favourite Disney Character.
Milk Chocolate Digestive lovers are most likely to go on holiday to Spain; watch Coronation Street; class themselves as kind’ and live in London.
Rich Tea lovers are most likely to holiday in Paris; describe themselves as shy; and live in East Abglia.
Jaffa Cake lovers are most likely to describe themselves as cheeky; and enjoy banoffee pie.
Hobnob lovers are most likely to be 36; holiday to Las Vegas; describe themselves as funny; and watch Eastenders.
Ginger Nut lovers are most likely to be female; wish they were more sophisticated; and describe themselves as ‘feisty’.
Fruit Shortcake lovers are most likely to describe themselves as ‘charming’; choose a ‘staycation’ in the UK over holidays abroad; watch Neighbours; and live in the North West of England.
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