November 18, 2007

Who knew pizza could reveal so much?




What Your Pizza Reveals



You have a hearty appetite. You are likely to complain if a restaurant has small portions.



You are a very picky pizza eater. Not any pizza will do. You fit in best in the Northeast part of the US.



You like food that's traditional and well crafted. You aren't impressed with "gourmet" foods.



You are generous, outgoing, and considerate with your choices.



You are a flavorful and bold person. You should consider traveling to Spain.



The stereotype that best fits you is guy or girl next door. Hey, there's nothing wrong with being average.

What Does Your Pizza Say About You?

My responses:

1) Hearty appetite? You know it.

2) Northeast? How accurate is that, eh? Damn right not any pizza will do! The best I've ever eaten in the state of Delaware is from Tivoli To Go in north Wilmington (Naaman's Rd. across from Concord HS).

3) I rarely will eat a "gourmet" pizza.

4) I guess ...

5) Spain? Sounds good. I speak the lingo.

6) I've no problem with that whatsoever.

Posted by Hube at November 18, 2007 09:50 AM | TrackBack

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It told me I was boring. I guess that's cause I said no vegetables and sausage.

Posted by: rightwingprof at November 19, 2007 10:51 AM

Here's mine. Alas, it turns out to be correct about being boring and a geek:

You have a hearty appetite. You are likely to complain if a restaurant has small portions.

You are a very picky pizza eater. Not any pizza will do. You fit in best in the Northeast part of the US.

You like food that's traditional and well crafted. You aren't impressed with "gourmet" foods.

You are generous, outgoing, and considerate with your choices.

You are unadventurous and boring. You should consider staying home when taking a vacation.

The stereotype that best fits you is geek. You're the type most likely to order pizza to avoid leaving your computer.

Posted by: Dana Garrett at November 22, 2007 12:52 PM