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Illustration helps you make life's big decisions

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There are certain big questions which can divide a room, fuel debate and sometimes end great friendships.

No, we aren't talking about politics, we're talking about preference. And, more specifically, preference for those small, inconsequential things which somehow take on far more significance than they should.

Crusts vs. no crusts, biscuit nibble vs. all in one, tea vs. coffee...these are life's big questions and without knowing it most of us fall firmly into one category or the other!

Which is why we love this new series of visuals from Zomato which help you easily pick which 'type' you are. Take a look below, it's odd to realise how instinctively we pick a side without realising we even had a preference!

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