What Your Chip and Dip Preference Says About You

Chips and dip might seem perfectly innocuous to you. Something you casually enjoy at a party without a second thought. You can tell a lot about a person based on their chip and dip preference, though. It might seem like you’re just mindlessly snacking, but what you choose to snack on is very telling. This is what your chip and dip preference says about you.

Pita Chips and Hummus

pita chips and hummus

You’re in college (be it physically or mentally). Stacy’s and Sabra is the closest you get to an actual meal. You house it like your life depends on it. In a way, your life does! Other than this combo, you’re mostly consuming cans of Celsius. Study hard and enjoy your hummus!

Blue Corn Tortilla Chips and Guacamole

blue corn tortilla chips and guacamole

You’re an almond mom. You’re having a light snack on a Friday night while you catch up on The Bachelorette. You exclusively buy blue corn tortilla chips because you’re convinced that they’re so much healthier than regular white or yellow corn tortilla chips (they’re not).

Plain Kettle Cooked Potato Chips & Onion Dip

potato chips and onion dip

You do not like to rock the boat. You don’t ask for any modifications at restaurants and you would rather jump into the ocean than have any type of confrontation. You have good taste, but nothing about you is controversial.

Regular Tortilla Chips & Hot Buffalo Chicken Dip

tortilla chips and buffalo chicken dip

You live life on the edge. You aren’t afraid of spice or spilling bright red dip all over your shirt. You weren’t just invited to the party, you are the party. As you’re going to take a bite of the buffalo chicken dip, people are yelling, “Be careful! It’s really hot!” and you are shoving it into your mouth with reckless abandon. You are a nightmare to date, but you are very fun.

Fritos & Bean Dip

fritos and bean dip

You are confident. You will take down a bowl of Fritos and bean dip at a party and not care that you will be farting all night long and that your breath now smells like an onion. That won’t stop you from asking out the hottest person at the party. And you should ask out the hottest person at the party! You’re great!

About the Author

Jordan Myrick

Jordan is an L.A.-based writer and comedian who believes all food should come with extra sauce. When they're not writing for Sporked, Jordan is at the movies or sharing an order of french fries with their elderly chihuahua.

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