Wednesday, August 15, 2007

What does your Pizza say about you?

KaysThinkingCap Blog had this link and I thought it was funny.

I had blogged yesterday about funerals*, and right when I was about to publish my post, my flying fingers hit some key and everything went blue and was erased. So I think the Universe just didn't want me to post that one.

*The reason for blogging about funerals, was because I had just served lunch for a mourning family at our church. Because I serve in the Relief Society Presidency in our Church, that is one of our more unfortunate/fortunate parts of our calling. I hate to spend/waste an entire day doing this, but the rewards are good, in that you are serving a group of people who really cannot think about food preparation at this time and most have traveled a LONG way to come and need to get back onto the road.

With that said, I will dispense of my thoughts on funerals, my family already knows how I feel anyway, and make my blog a lighter topic.
This is how my test turned out, then you can go to the bottom link and see what yours says. I like the part about Vienna on mine.


What Your Pizza Reveals

People may tell you that you have a small appetite... but you aren't under eating. You just aren't a pig.

You aren't particularly picky about pizza. It's so good... how could you be? You fit in best in the Western part of the US.

Your taste in food tends to favor what's rich and comforting. You prefer food that will definitely satisfy you.

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

You are cultured and intellectual. You should consider traveling to Vienna.

The stereotype that best fits you is upper class preppy. You don't anything too ordinary or vulgar.


Kay Dennison said...

So when are we heading to Vienna?

Sailor said...

Hi Friend,
Well, I guess we can fly together to Munich or so, then you can go to Vienna, but I am heading to Spain. Must be the peppers. Kind of a fun little test. Ole'

RisibleGirl said...

That's one of the great things about the church- the support that is given to the sick and grieving.

Tough stuff, to be sure- but the rewards are great.


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