QUIZ: What Does Your Breakfast Say About You?

These 7 questions will tell you.
QUIZ: What Does Your Breakfast Say About You?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for many reasons. Mainly because there is nothing that beats the satisfaction of filling up your growling stomach after a night of hunger. But besides that, because what you eat for breakfast not only determines how functional you'll be throughout the day, but can also say a lot about who you are as a person.

Wanna know what breakfast you are according to your personality? Take the quiz to find out!

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