Your Favorite Cheese Reveals Secrets About Your Personality
Which do you like better: American cheese or cheddar? To most mice, it sounds like a pretty straightforward question. But in fact, how you answer this question reveals more about your personality than you think.
Researchers at New Mouse City University have examined the mouths of over a thousand volunteer mice to see how their taste buds react to different cheese varieties. What they have discovered is that certain personalities are attracted to certain types of cheese. It is quite remarkable, said Bree Cooper, a cheese specialist and local San Mouscisco cheese shop owner. I've always been drawn to mice who like Mozzarella. Now I know why! Scientists have identified five cheese types and their corresponding personalities, but the research has only just begun.
Now it's your turn. Read the descriptions below to see what your favorite cheese says about you!
If you like Cheddar You have lots of energy and love sports. You are sharp and clever, but sometimes you can be a little stubborn!
If you like Swiss Cheese You are one sophisticated mouse! You like the finer things in life. And while you don't like to admit it, you are very superstitious!
If you like Blue Cheese You are cool and mellow. Since you are so knowledgeable and wise, mice come to you for advice.
If you like Mozzarella You are kind and thoughtful. Sometimes you can be shy and reserved and need time to yourself.
If you like American Cheese You are cautious and practical and very down-to-earth. But most importantly, you never go out of style!
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Race Car Rodent Drives Car Through City Streets
SAN MOUSCISCO His name is Freddy Fastfeet, the race car-driving rodent. He recently made driving history when he sped through the winding city streets of San Mouscisco without using his paws! What's more, he didn't even use a steering wheel!
How was he able to do it? By using his feet! The clever rodent built the car around a hamster wheel and used his feet to power it. He made it himself by gnawing together wood, twine, and plastic. It wasn't easy, said the racy rodent, but after riding my hamster wheel in the living room for so many years, I just got tired of the same boring scenery. And no matter how fast I moved my little feet, I couldn't get the thing to budgenot even an inch! Finally, I said, enough is enough!
San Mouscisco resirodents cheered the little guy on as he zoomed around the corners of the city. One resirodent who came out to watch said, My hamster wheel has been sitting in the garage for years, gathering dust. Fastfeet has inspired me to make an airplane out of it!
The down side? When Freddy finished his trip, he was greeted by a San Mousisco police officer, who presented him with a speeding ticket for $3,000 dollars! I'm not happy about getting the ticket, he said, but I am excited to know that this little car I built by paw could go so fast!
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