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Office snacks: what does your biscuit choice say about you?

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9:00 AM | 6 July 2017
by Valerie Tan
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Find out what your biscuit choice says about your personality. Who are you?

As a nation of tea-lovers, Brits are also biscuit fans. No tea break is complete without a crunchy biscuit and what you choose to dunk in your cuppa reveals your personality and top traits.

Read on (with a pinch of salt) to uncover what your favourite British biscuit describes about you. No matter what you nibble on, we love you.

1. Rich Tea

Don’t be fooled by its pale complexion, Rich Tea biscuits have A+ dunking skills. In a similar vein, you are able to work under pressure and strict deadlines. You may be a shy character who wears the same ol’ shirt to work each day but you’re reliable, honest and everyone loves you anyway.

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