It seems there’s an online personality profile quiz for just about everything, and pizza is no exception. We’ve compiled some results to give you a summary of what your pizza toppings say about your personality.
You’re dependable, reliable, predictable, and a little resistant to expanding your horizons. After all, pizza is primarily composed of crust, tomato sauce, and cheese. Why would anyone need more?
Popularity is no accident with you. Your friends know you to be caring, fun, and easygoing. If you must put something on top of cheese, it might as well be the most requested topping. That makes your pizza a crowd pleaser, just like you.
Anyone willing to put pineapple atop a pizza is a confident person, unconcerned about conformity. Ham goes great with pineapple, so make it all perfect by putting it on top of a delectable crust. You’re not afraid to be thought of as a little offbeat. You don’t get stuck worrying about what others think when the sweet and savory flavors of Hawaiian pizza are on the menu.
All in, loud and proud marks this pizza personality. If you’re going to eat meat, why not pile on all available options? You don’t shy from expressing your opinions to anyone who’s around. You are proud of who you are and where you come from and celebrate with a heart-stopping combination of sausage, bacon, meatballs, and whatever other red meat options pass your way.
Admit it, you feel a little guilty about eating pizza at all. But you protect your health and virtue with broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, spinach, onions, and olives. You can be strict and a little moralistic, but your friends know your heart is in the right place.
When you’re done composing your pizza, there’s a chance it may not be recognizable as pizza at all. You know better. Chicken, seafood, or gourmet cheeses coupled with barbeque sauce and hot peppers say you’re adventurous and willing to break the rules (as long as you don’t suffer serious consequences).
Pizza is personal. If you’re a foodie who has strong feelings about the proper way to make and top it, you may even have contemplated opening our own pizzeria to prove your point. Whether you’re open to suggestions or anchored to your preferences, pizza is always good for a friendly debate, followed by a satisfied stomach.