We all love to draw conclusions about what one’s preferences say about their personality, whether scientifically accurate or not, but a recent study of more than a thousand Britons revealed how ordering eggs says a lot more about a person than simply that they’re hungry.
Here’s a small sampling of the findings as reported by The Telegraph:
- It was discovered that the average poached egg-eater is likely to have two children and no more than one sibling and is more likely to be a woman than a man.
- Boiled egg-eaters had a tendency to be careless and impulsive.
- Fried egg-eaters are most likely to be younger and male and most frequently found among the skilled working classes.
- Scrambled egg-eaters are more likely than other types to be in managerial or senior-level jobs and also to own their own home, and omelette eaters are likely to have a tidy home.
Full story at The Telegraph.
Scrambling up some pop psychology.
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