if you’re dead set in going the pizza route, may I advise you to pick your toppings wisely. A recent article by Domino’s explains why…
Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery experts, sought the help of a renowned expert in the field of smell and taste research - director of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago, Dr. Alan Hirsch - to discover what a person’s pizza topping selection says about them.
The Domino’s Pizza “Toppings Tell All” study revealed that:
You Want What on Your Pizza?
Those who prefer non-traditional toppings such as pineapple and onion tend to be aggressive, achievement-oriented, natural leaders. They do not easily suffer fools.
People who prefer traditional, single meat toppings described themselves as being irritable, argumentative, procrastinators, who frequently conveniently “forget” obligations at work and at home.
Those who preferred traditional, multiple meat toppings are dramatic, seductive extroverts who thrive as the center of attention. They crave novelty in all aspects of their life, are fashionable and impeccably groomed.
Only 1 Veggie Please
Pizza eaters who prefer traditional, vegetable, one-topping pizzas are empathetic, understanding, well adjusted and easy going, making them the ideal parents.
Those who prefer multiple vegetable toppings are trustworthy, loyal and dependable. They value friendship as the ultimate manifestation of life’s ideals. They function best in a group environment. They are humble, introverted, and avoid the spotlight.
The study also found that:
- People are passionate about pizza. Forty-four percent of respondents agreed completely that they are passionate about their pizza topping choices.
- I eat pepperoni, therefore I am. Nearly two-thirds of respondents somewhat or completely agreed that their pizza topping choices reflect their personalities.
- Pizza eaters seem stuck in their ways. Forty-eight percent say they would never try new pizza topping combinations, while 38 percent say they order the same pizza every time.
- Meat edges out the veggies. Sixty-seven percent prefer meat and cheese toppings over vegetable and cheese toppings.
- Toppings rule.When asked if their dream pizza would have more or less toppings, nearly 60 percent opted for a fully loaded pizza. Twenty-seven percent think 10 toppings would constitute their dream pizza.
Taken from: http://dominos.eprize.net/pizzaofyourdreams/index.tbapp?method=news_reel&session_id=rdlm4dzn5aijak39
I don’t usually like Domino’s, I’m more of a L’aventina’s kind of guy. But with Domino’s recent lowballing tactics (the 7-7-7 deal) I’m hard pressed not to choose them for my next project. There’s also Costco that sells thier “Kirkland” brand pizza. The world of Pizza making definitely has some ethics problems. Just my opinion.