Quiz: What Does Your Starbucks Order Say About Your Personality?
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What Does Your Starbucks Order Say About Your Personality?
By: Ian Fortey
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About This Quiz

There are about 30,000 Starbucks locations all over the world, making it pretty clear that people really, really love a coffee. Or a latte. Frappuccino. Iced tea. Half sweet venti mocha chai with a squirt of caramel, coconut milk and a dash of cinnamon. You know, regular stuff.  With all of these people ordering Starbucks all over the place, it might make you wonder if any patterns or trends can be observed. The answer, of course, is yes.

A skilled observer can deduce so much from a Starbucks order. Maybe not one single drink, but if you tell us about what you like and what you don't like at Starbucks from all across their menu, we'll be able to paint a picture of who you are. Are we wizards? Coffeehouse psychologists? Cold brew cold readers? Well, maybe. The point is, a Starbucks order shows off a hundred and one subtle little quirks and personality traits that you may have no idea you're sharing with the rest of the world. So grab your a Cinnamon Toast Crunch Frappuccino, or just a Caffe Latte, and dive into the quiz. Before you know it, we'll have a clear insight into your very soul. Or at least your personality. 

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