It seems like every time we turn around there's another study telling us what our habits say about our personality. From what kind of ice cream we like, to our go-to shoes and now this, the way we eat our pizza.

I may have been born on the west coast, but I've lived in the state of New York for 20 of my 38 years on this earth, and so I think it's completely acceptable that consider myself to be a New Yorker. However, I've never eaten a slice of pizza by folding it. I do like to eat it with a fork and knife though, and apparently, that makes me strange...or so say, my friends and family.

Patti Wood is a body language expert and she says that the way we eat our pizza says a lot about who were are as a person and who would know better than someone who literally studies such things for a living?

Patti told Cosmopolitan that if you tend to eat your pizza with a fork and knife like I do, you're a "supporter." This means that you're reliable, loyal, and enjoy pleasing people.

If folding your slice is the way you like to eat pizza, you're awesome at multitasking but the downside is that you're so busy that you don't really let yourself stop and enjoy the little things in life.

Love crust? Good, I'll give you mine because I could totally do without it. Those who eat their crust first tend to be dramatic, seek attention, and talk really, really loud.

If you don't do any of the above mentioned and simply take bites out of your pizza, you're a perfectionist who doesn't like to mess things up.

[via Cosmopolitan]