Quiz: Based on Your Brunch Choices, This Is Which Disney Princess You Are!
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Based on Your Brunch Choices, This Is Which Disney Princess You Are!
By: Khadija L.
Image: Walt Disney Pictures

About This Quiz

The word brunch is a hybrid word that combines breakfast and lunch. As such, it is a meal that is a combination of breakfast and lunch, which is usually eaten during the late hours of the morning to early afternoon between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The meal is often served with alcoholic beverages (usually some type of champagne or cocktail), and the meal is typically among friends or family. 

Brunch originated back in 19th century England, but it wasn't until the 1930s when it crossed the big lake, that it became very popular.  Created as an alternative to early Sunday dinner, its purpose was to decrease one's need to wake up early on that same day. Like the fused word, the meal can consist of both breakfast and lunch foods but the menu, more times than not, it includes pastries, eggs, sausage and ham, fruit as well as pancakes and waffles.

What would you order if you went to brunch? Will you take something as simple and blueberry pancakes, or will you get everything from waffles and fried chicken to croissants and tartlets? Tell us in this quiz, and we'll tell you which of the Disney princesses you are. 

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