Monday, August 11, 2008

What Flavor Popsicle Are You?




You Are a Coconut Flavored Popsicle



You are easygoing. For you, summer is definitely a time to kick back.

You are a peaceful soul. You shy away from drama and stress.



You are a warm and compassionate. You give everyone a fair chance.

Your tastes tend to be simple. You rather have a few high quality items than a bunch of junk.


Hmmm...my favorite "offbeat" flavor Popsicle as a kid, was banana. Seven cents. Mmmmm!!!

6 comments:

Marilena said...

iam a party pooper. i don't like summer. i like only fall and winter.

LifeisgreatTAC said...

Here's mine:

You Are a Cherry Flavored Popsicle

You are sweet and friendly. For you, summer is all about doing your favorite things.
You are a nostalgic person. You love old fashioned things like ice cream trucks.

You savor everything. Every taste of summer, the feeling of the sun, the smell of the beach...
Of all the types, you love summer the most.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Marilena, :(

Lifeisgreat: That sounds accurate for you!

Ladycub said...

It said I was a Coconut Popsicle too. Only problem is I really hate Coconut (except in Pina Colada's and I only have one of those on a very rare occasion).

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

I'll admit that if it smells like coconut, I think of suntan lotion.

Cygnus said...

You Are a Mango Flavored Popsicle

You are a very playful person. For you, summer is all about having a good time. You have a nearly undying energy. You're up for anything at anytime, as long as fun is involved.

You keep active as much as possible. You don't feel comfortable if you have to sit still. You're a true kid at heart. You enjoy a popsicle as much as a trip to the amusement park.


Yeah, that's me, pretty much. :-)

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