12 things you can tell about a person based on how they eat cake
They order your favorite kind.
Aw! Now that's a good friend. Not everyone is going to be as obsessed with strawberry buttercream as you are (just me?), but a good friend will humor you while you get your fix. BBGFL right there! (Best Baked Good Friends For Life).
They eat their cake with ice cream.
This person knows how to have a good time. They like to go all in on their dessert, layering dollops of dairy goodness atop their decadent treat. They probably ascribe to the 'go big or go home' mentality, and are likely to have at least a few tiers on their wedding cake, and a donut wall.
They try a little bit of everything.
For those who prefer to nibble and taste rather than eat an entire slice, the idea of commitment might be a scary one. What if another flavor is better? What if there's a red velvet option somewhere down the menu? These people have serious flavor FOMO, and use their grazing to avoid missing a better bite. Make sense. Snack on, friend!
They eat their cake before their dinner.
These people might be a little impatient. Or, they might have a very sensible, seize-the-day, carpe-cake outlook on life. By opting to eat their sweets before dinner, these dessert darlings are packing in their finest bites first, and that, my friends, makes perfect sense to me.
They only like white cake.
"Oh you're not a chocolate fan? Oh, you only like white cake? Oh. Oh that's nice …"
They only like chocolate cake.
Now that's more like it. These people know what dessert is all about: some good ol' fashioned decadence. Chocoholics know that dessert is all about the richness of the splurge. They're likely to finish off a big piece, pick at yours when you're done, then ask for a doggy bag to take home. And guess what? I'm into it.
They prefer pie to cake.
I know it sounds crazy, but these humans do in fact exist. I don't understand it, but I respect it. Some people just can't handle the spongy, fluffy, creamy, gooey greatness that is a moist slice of cake. Truthfully, a nice, sensible slice of pie just works better for some foodies. While I don't necessarily get it, I'd never turn down a good slice of pie. More power to you, pie-heads.
They eat toward the icing.
These people are a little unconventional, and I dig that. But I can't help but feel like waiting five to six bites to taste the full beauty of cake with frosting is a complete waste of time.
They're really good at piping.
These people have a sort 'Namaste' vibe going on. I mean, who wouldn't after watching those perfect, soothing swirls unfold one by one?
They make up heinous cake concoctions.
Like these terrible, horrible, no-good very bad cakes. Hard pass.
They say it with a cake.
These people are crafty, creative, and totally worth keeping around.
They don't share.
Understandable, but unacceptable. When it comes to cakes, sharing is caring!
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