You likely have a fleece-only wardrobe, refuse to leave the house without a thermos of hot tea, and sleep with upwards of twelve dogs. You’re into coziness, in other words, and it’s reflected in your personality: You’re incredibly warm—and you’d do anything for your friends. Like taking them on 96-hour driving tours of fall foliage. Or inundating them with incredibly dense homemade bran muffins. Sure, they might say, “Let me out of this car,” or, “My doctor says its not good for humans to eat this much fiber,” but you know what really ails them: a textbook case of coziness deficiency.