The word “cookie” is derived from the dutch word “koekje.” So cookies are dutch. I never batted an eye at the dutch, now my sister is practically Dutch. Well, she’s not really practically Dutch, but she lives in the Netherlands, so she could be considered practically Dutch. This has nothing to do with the fact that I was buried in a mound of cookie dough, yesterday, and spent hours icing sugar cookies and making fudge, because I’m a woman and I can multitask. The cookies are disappearing fast and I’ll probably have to make more.
Now I’m not thinking of cookies or fudge. Instead, I’m thinking of chocolate cake with chocolate frosting because it’s what I would choose on this test my sister-in-law sent. This is supposed to be like one of those Myers-Briggs personality tests but with a lot more sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla flavoring, and it seems to me to be much more accurate than Myers-Briggs. The fact that I would choose chocolate cake with chocolate frosting means the following about my personality: