6/29/2012 01:13:00 PM

Pizza Week: What Your Pizza Style Says About You

Pizzeria Mozza pie; Image via Flickr/chotda
Let's face it - we’d all be lying if we said we didn’t judge our friends, enemies, business associates and family members, (pretty much everyone), for their food choices. (If you’ve ever gone to a hibachi steakhouse with someone, and they announced with a straight face that they’d “just have the edamame,” you know what we mean). So the reverse goes without saying, too: we ourselves are judged all the time on the restaurants we frequent and the dishes we agree to pay good money for.

Perhaps because pizza is so ubiquitous here in the U.S.(not to mention varied), pizza-style preferences seem to speak volumes about a person. Beyond just the classic thin crust-vs-deep dish debate (child’s play in the realm of pizza-personality tests!), there are nuances to your pie choices that serve as clear indicators regarding the choices you’re making in the other areas of your life. We know, we know: you are layered and quirky and refuse to be "boxed in" (pun intended), but you may still want to know what message you’re putting out there when you order that honey-drizzled brunch pie at the urban co-op joint, or the thick sausage pie at the sports-bar-esque Chicago eatery. So what exactly is your pizza-night choice saying about you? We’re so glad you asked.

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