We all have our favourites; whether it’s our favourite pair of jeans, favourite song, or our favourite dessert. The chances are, you even have a favourite glass container style, whether you realize it or not. Take a second to browse this fun list we found and find out what your favourite container style says about you! We did and think Friends of Glass is a dead ringer for Sauce
Boston Round – The Average Joe
You like ordinary. The classic Boston Round is ordinary and has been around as long as dirt. Dirt bares plants. Plants feed animals. And you love yourself a good burger and fries.
Cosmo (Bullet) Round – Runway Wanna-be
In an alternate universe you’re Tyra Banks or David Beckham. You choose to live your runway dreams vicariously through the striking form of Cosmo Round bottles.
Cylinder – A Real Standup Guy
Strong, true and trusty to a fault. Sturdy, reliable and dependable. You’re an icon of stability, a pillar of grace, a strong shoulder to cry on… as is your container counterpart.
Dairy – The Maverick
You work hard from sun up to sundown. And after all the cows have gone home you record voiceover tracks for Maverick gas station commercials. You’re that good, and so are your bottles.
Foamer – The Germ-A-Phobe
Plastic gloves, anyone? You’re a germ-a-phobe and you know it. But you don’t know that we know. Spoiler alert: The foamer bottles are a dead giveaway. The jig is up.
F-Style – The Meathead
You may not be Einstein, but what you lack in brains you’ve got double in brawn. With a massive frame made for heavy lifting, such a union with an F-Style only makes sense.
Honey – The Queen Bee
You’re sweet and want everyone to know it. The sweetness just oozes out of you and sticks to everyone around you. You know what’s going on, sure, but you can keep it to yourself.
Industrial – The Teddy Bear
Behind that tough exterior is a protective heart made of gold. Just like you, the industrial is equipped to protect its own.
Packer – The Pack Rat
You like stuff. Lots of stuff. You never know when you might need it, right? Have you seen the television show “Hoarders”? Maybe you should be on it. Packers are for pack rats, period.
Sprayer – The Prankster
Hey look, it’s Dennis the Menace, all grown up. Just remember, it’s all fun and games till somebody gets shot in the eye with toxic industrial-grade concentrated cleaner.
Sauce – Flavor of the Week
A multi-faceted personality – audacious, brazen and sassy. Not easily understood, but appreciated by all. Frankly, it’s amazing you can get that much flavour into a single bottle.
French Square – The Sensitive Soul
You’re both a sight for sore eyes. You’re refined, yes, but you don’t like to wear it on your sleeve. But like a French Square you’re also delicate and should be handled with care.
Glass Jug – Life of the Party
Someone wearing a NFL shirt is probably a fan. An expensive purse translates to an interest in designer handbags. Purchasing this container foreshadows the season’s best shindig.
Mason Jar – The Backwoods Racer
There’s only one container that can handle swift turns in a cup-holder without asking you to compromise who you are. You stick to your roots, all the way to the bottom of a mason jar.
Jar – The Chameleon
You’re capable of taking on a different persona at the drop of a hat. Just as a jar can easily don a particular label or silk print. The similarities are uncanny.
Tub – Recovering Ice Cream Addict
It’s about the container, not what’s inside. At least that’s what they say at your group meetings. Throw caution to the wind. Embrace the beauty of overindulgence.
Tube – Laid Back Dude
Sweet! Righteous! Groovy! If you find yourself using any of these terms on a daily basis you’re container choice is justified because chances are you’re totally tubular.
Tin – The Steel Trap
Nothing gets past you… they can’t resist your shiny and appealing nature. You lure in your prey (customers) and once they’re in, there’s no hope for escape.
So which container is your true counterpart? Tell us in the comments! Tweet us @GlassFriendsUK or get in touch on Facebook.
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