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I was at lunch yesterday, and I noticed the bartender was eating her luch at the same time I was. No big deal. But then I noticed she cut her sandwich in 4 small squares. I asked her why she cut it that way? She said "My mom always cut it this way, so I guess it just stuck." Now when I cut my sandiwches, I cut them at an angle. But there are a ton of ways to cut your sandiwch. But what does it say about your personality?
People who cut their sandwiches diagonally are “aesthetic-inspired and detail-oriented personalities focused on the experience, and making it their own,” said Boghossian in an e-mail to Kitchn. “To them a task is an inspiring opportunity to give it their personal touch – to make their mark. They partake in gossip because they need to know why, figure things out, immersed in details.”
And how about those for whom sandwiches only see straight cuts? These folks are “practical, matter-of-fact personalities that focus on big picture, and care less about details or minutia. To them a task is a task – complete it and move on, no emotional ties as their work is not viewed as their masterpiece but a rote project.”
So how do you cut your sadwich? Makes you think now doesn't it?