You fear change. You're very traditional and full of wisdom, but you don’t like to venture too far regarding your food palette. Admittedly, you can never go wrong with properly-cooked turkey, but you’d be surprised at the wonders a mean pecan pie can work.
You're unique and original. You're in touch with both your style and personality, no matter how abnormal they may be. You're probably a hipster, the type that's into quirky things like Zooey Deschanel and vintage LPs.
You couldn't care less about giving thanks; you seem to be in full-blown Christmas mode already. Calm down.
You're extremely sensitive, and you might have the tendency to eat your feelings. You attach to and depend on other people; independence isn't really your thing. Your favorite movie is probably The Notebook.
You're a very busy person, always in a rush. You have to constantly multi-task in order to feel productive. In fact, you're so rushed that sometimes you don't even have time to chew your food. You most likely cram your meal down in order to get to that early bird 6am Black Friday sale at Walmart.
You obviously have no self esteem. Who's favorite Thanksgiving food is salad? Live a little. You probably pass on pie, too. Loser.
You're a people pleaser. Everyone comes to you to cheer up when they're down. You emanate a natural glow that draws people to you. You're warm, comforting, and people can't get enough of you. Just like a dinner roll.
You're most likely evil. Do yourself a favor and quit loading up on protein because you're NOT going to take over the world. Or get a toned body from eating deviled eggs.
You're popular and outgoing and loud; you love cracking jokes. Though you’re very sweet, you have a bit of a kick. You're what brings people together more than anything else does (even holidays). I bet you love sneaking shots of whipped cream when nobody’s around.
You're mischievous. You probably copy and plagiarize your way through high school, as you always rely on tricks and cheating to get your way. Like eating dessert for dinner. (Seriously, sweet potato casserole is definitely a desert.)
You're a liar. Nobody's favorite Thanksgiving food is green bean casserole. You must be deluding yourself just to stay away from the extra carbs Thanksgiving offers in abundance. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, so put on those stretchy pants and pile your plate high with bread and pie.
Written by Natalie Tetreault and Hayley Petersen