Scott Allen

What Your Brunch Order Says About You

What Your Brunch Order Says About You

Are you a sucker for a good brunch? I am. Nothing’s better on Sunday morning than stumbling downstairs for breakfast.

What you have for brunch is more than just a food preference, it’s a deeply revealing eye into your personality. Or so says Huffington Post, which has published a column featuring various brunch items and what they say about the person ordering them click link for the full list:

  • Eggs Benedict. “You’re indulgent…You’re a cocktail at breakfast kind of person.”
  • Scrambled Eggs. “You’re traditional–sometimes to a fault.“
  • Pancakes. “You always look great, even if you’re not in the best mood or feeling so hot.”
  • Breakfast Burrito. “You’re a party animal and you’re not afraid to show it.“
  • Bagel & Lox. “You’re a New Yorker–or you should be.“
  • Burger. “You’re aggressive.“ Also: Maybe Burger King’s not crazy!
  • Waffles. “You’re irresistible. People want to be with you at all times.“
  • Huevos Rancheros. “You’re a thrill-seeker. If you’re not living on the edge, you’re not living at all.“

The Truth About What Your Brunch Order Says About You 

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