You are what you eat.
Well, actually... yeah... sort of.
Neurologist Alan Hirsch, author of "What's Your Food Sign? How to Use Food Cues to Find True Love," has discovered that he can tell a lot about a person by looking at what she prefers to eat. He gave personality tests to 18,631 married people and asked them to choose their favorites from a variety of foods. He calls his theory a "food Rorschach test" and said his findings are true 95% of the time.
So, what's your favorite food?
Here's a taste of how the New York Post reported it:
Coffee ice cream lovers live life with gusto. They don't vest too much time thinking about the future. Most compatible with strawberry lovers.
Double chocolate chunkers are self-absorbed drama-queens who may be charming, seductive and flirtatious. They might be gullible and trusting, so thrive best in intimate, close relationships. Compatible with butter pecans or chocolate chips.
Vanillas are dependent, needy idealists who are most com-fortable in a secure relationship. Compatible with rocky roads and other vanillas.
If you like pretzels, you're over-committed, fad-following, quirky and fun. You're good with other pretzels, but may fall for chips and cheese curls.
Tortilla chips: You're a justice-minded perfectionist who's always on time. Stick with other tortilla chips.
Potato chips: You're a competitive high-achiever. Compatible with chips and pretzels.
VEGETABLES & FRUITS
If you prefer fresh apples, pineapple glaze and corn on the cob, you don't like taking "no" for an answer and have a work-hard, play-hard ethic.
If you like most of the following items: bananas, broiled fish, fruit, honey, tapioca, nuts and hot curry, you're a natural optimist who values friends and is easy to work with. If you don't like most of those foods? You're a suspicious pessimist with trust issues.
Men who favor strawberries tend to be insecure and suffer from feelings of inadequacy. They also like to be dominated.
Like spicy pickles? You're probably a pessimist.
Now, that's some food for thought.