WHAT DOES YOUR FAVOURITE FISH DISH SAY ABOUT YOU?Posted 13 January 2014 by The Saucy Fish Co.
Here at The Saucy Fish Co. we’re fans of all fish! But we’ve often been curious about what our choices in fish say about us and our character-fish-tics (sorry, we couldn’t resist)…
So, we teamed up with leading food psychologist Dr Christy Fergusson to tell us what the nation’s favourite fish dishes may suggest about an individuals’ personality. This is what she found...
As well as sharing personality types, the research tells us the best fish to eat in certain situations – for example if you’re on a first date, go for Tilapia as it shows you’re a dare devil and pleasure seeker, whereas if you’re at a business lunch – choose a salmon dish, as this says you’re a high achiever.
TUNA - THE ORGANISER: You're focused, love routine and are extremely competent. Your thrive when in control and become unsettled in unpredictable solutions.
HADDOCK - THE GREAT GIVER: You have fantastic people skills and make decisions based around other's needs. You put other people first and make an excellent friend.
SEA BASS - THE INSPIRER: You're positive intuitive open-minded and listen to your heart more than your head.
PRAWN - THE DOER: You tend to ignore details and focus on producing results. You tend to live fast paced lives, you're great under pressure and hate routine.
PLAICE - THE REBEL: You love to break the rules and living momemnt to moment. Motivated by seeking pleasure, you feel suffocated by routine and predictability.
TILAPIA - THE PLEASURE SEEKER: You want to live your life to the fullest and live for thrill and enjoyment. You love to break the rules and have a fantastic sense of humour.
SALMON - THE DUTIFUL ACHIEVER: You're incredibly organised, meticulous about detail, responsible and hard-working. You strive to achieve in all your roles.
COD - THE NURTURER: You often prioritise others needs before your own. You're both practical and dependable.
What does your favourite fish dish say about you? Let us know over on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #characterfishtics