What Ordering Pepperoni Pizza Says About You

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You can tell a lot about people by how they take their pizza

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Pepperoni folks go with the flow, but also aren't afraid to cut loose on occasion. 

How many slices of pizza do you usually order? Do you load it up with toppings, or do you prefer to keep it plain? Your ideal pizza order says a lot more about your personality than you might think. Here’s an unofficial handbook for interpreting what your pizza order says about you.

Slices

One Slice: You make an effort to eat in moderation, and are most likely in decent shape. You have great self-control.

Two Slices: You’re not a glutton, but you don’t let calorie count get in the way of eating until you’re full.

Three Slices: You’re not afraid to throw caution to the wind. You’re either so young that your metabolism takes care of the excess calories, or you don’t worry about gaining a pound or two here and there.

Toppings

Plain Cheese: You’re a purist. You know that more isn’t always better, and that oftentimes the most logical decision is the best one.

Pepperoni: You tend to go with the flow, and aren’t especially confrontational. You also aren’t afraid to cut loose and get a little wild sometimes.

Peppers, Onions, or Mushrooms: You’re most likely a little health-conscious, and are a leader, not a follower. When it comes time to make big decisions, people turn to you for guidance.

Olives: You’re a free spirit, and think outside the box when there’s a problem to be solved.

Sausage or Meatball: You know what you like, and you aren’t afraid to let the world know. While some might say you’re lazy, you say that you’re just waiting for the right moment to act.

Meat Lovers’: You’re the life of the party, and don’t care about what other people think about you. If there’s a fun time to be had, you’re going to have it, consequences be damned.

Anchovy: You’re not the kind of person who goes with the flow or does things because they’re trendy. You’re a free thinker, and never do anything just because someone tells you it’s cool. 

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