As Flavorful As Vanilla Ice Cream
January 06, 2012
What do vanilla ice cream lovers, bookish folks, and documentary people have in common? Give up? They are all, often, pegged as being boring, uninteresting, and somewhat lame individuals. One could argue; "Why choose vanilla when there is chocolate or a myriad of other ice cream flavors?", "Why read if there is a movie version available?", or "Why choose a documentary when there are sitcoms and made for TV dramas available?"
According to icecream.com, if your flavor is vanilla, "you are actually a colorful, dramatic risk taker who relies more on intuition than logic. Emotionally expressive and idealistic, you tend to set high goals for yourself, and push yourself to meet and exceed them." People who enjoy reading increase their knowledge, learn about new cultures, find cool ways to express themselves, and develop a strong vocabulary.
All those documentary watchers are inquisitive and have a thirst for knowledge and answers. Therefore, people who are interested in these things are boring is a faulty assumption. More often than not, they are intelligent, highly imaginative, and creative people. So, take heart all you closet bookish folks, documentary people, and vanilla ice cream lovers; to enjoy these things means you are quite flavorful.
Oak Grove Branch