1. Craving chocolate can be an indication of a low boredom threshold, a thirst for excitement, or simply wanting to feel more positive. More specifically, those who crave dark chocolate are more likely to be extroverts; whereas those who crave milk chocolate are more likely to be introspective and reserved.
2. Craving sweet, sugary food is said to be more common among those like to live a carefree life, who don’t worry too much, and who rarely suffer from guilt pangs and regrets.
3. Craving salty food is more common amongst laid back individuals who “go with the flow”.
4. Preferring a combination of foods is believed to be more common in those who are more private, and prefer to be alone than be part of a large crowd.
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