What British Chocolate Are You?

FOOD & DRINK

Zoe Samuel

5 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

Brand name British chocolate has been around since Victorian times, when great and glorious innovators such as Joseph Rowntree, John Cadbury and J. S. Fry realized that they could sell a lot more chocolate if people could trust that it was really their product, and not the goopy mulch that often passed for the treat in the dubiously-regulated markets of London. They and others founded Britain's great chocolatiers, and while giants like Nestle have purchased some household names since then (alas, poor Rowntree!), their inventions remain popular to this day.

This means that whatever sort of chocolate you like, there is a household name that is perfectly suited to your tastes — and better yet, whatever chocolate you ARE like, there's a chocolate bar knocking around Old Blighty that encapsulates your core characteristics. If you're bitter and weird, but a small group of people adore you despite you being consistently mean to them, you are Bendick's Bittermints. If you're cute and smooth, but a little of you goes a long way, you're Cadbury's Chocolate Buttons. If you're low-maintenance to the point that people mostly want to see you when they are totally out of energy, you are the generic white-labeled chocolate bars sold at National Trust gift shops.

Of course, there's clearly a lot more to you than these simple options. It's time to dig into your chocolatey characteristics and find out which more popular chocolate bar you truly are!

Do you contain multitudinous mysteries?

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Be honest: What percentage of people actually like you?

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Have you ever found yourself sitting alone at a party with nobody to talk to?

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What happened to the last person who underestimated you?

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How long do you usually need to win over someone who initially thinks they don't like you?

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Friends are good, but fans are better. Do you agree or disagree?

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What happens to you when the heat is on, figuratively speaking?

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When is the last time you made plans and simply didn't show up?

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Have you got a lot of friends overseas?

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In which part of the UK do you feel you fit in most?

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Your friend asks, "Do you have plans Saturday?" What do you say in response?

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If someone left you in the back of the fridge for six months, figuratively speaking, what sort of state would you be in when you came out?

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Someone is being mean to you. How do you respond?

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Do you get on well with people who are unlike you?

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Has anyone ever told you that a little of you goes a long way?

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If you were a band, could you make it to number one in America?

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How often do people tell you they were surprised by something about you, once they got to know you?

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Everyone is attractive in their own way. Which word best describes your appeal?

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Whose good opinion of you would come as a total surprise?

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How often are you found around like-minded people?

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Which flavour is the best combination with chocolate?

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As your chocolate bar counterpart, against what criticism are you prepared to defend yourself?

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What frequent critcism of your non-chocolate self do you think is probably fair?

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How important is it to you that packaging is recyclable?

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Someone asks you to sign a petition, but you don't care about the cause. Do you sign?

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Three minutes into your flight, you realize your seatmate is a crashing bore. How do you survive?

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How would you describe your body type?

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When do you feel most relaxed?

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You're in a crowded movie theater. How much effort do you make to be considerate of others?

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You have to go to Australia, but you are not allowed to take a plane. How do you do it?

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