There are many ways to eat a masala dosa .What ever the way one eats; there
is a very good reason for doing that. It shows some traits of the person
that is you...
Case 1: People who open the masala dosa and eat it: These are the people who
are very open about their life. Everyone one the persons friends would know
all about him/her. I have generally seen guys do this rather than girls.
Some people think that it is a gross way of eating but in truth, these
people are just portraying who they are and how their life is.
Case 2: People who start from both end and approach the masala later: These
are the people who like to wait for the exiting things to come to their
life. Sadly when the times comes, they are not too interested or just do not
know how to enjoy it to the fullest. These are the folks who just want life
as either dry or exiting. They just do not know how to phase their life and
enjoy it no matter what. There are two types of people within this group
Case 2.1: People who do not finish all the masala: These folks just do not
care as much for the fun times as they are already brought down by the harsh
reality of life. The dry periods in their life has left them with so much
scars that they do not want to be really happy when the time is right. They
just take only as much as they needed and end their life. A very sorry state
Case 2.2: People who finish all the masala with the little dosa they have:
These are the folks who just are the extremes. They just go all out in life.
No matter it is dark or bright. They may not enjoy life to the fullest but
they sure make sure that they get every single good and bad thing out of
life. Sometimes these folks are really hard to get along with. They are
either your best friends or your worst enemies. They do not have a middle
path at all.
Case 3: People who start from the middle and proceed to both ends: These are
the people who like to get right to what they think is their best part of
life. Usually these guys finish of the good portions in a hurry and get
stuck with nothing but worst parts of their life. The thing to note among
these people is that the tendency to burn out very early in their life. Like
the above case, there are two kinds of people in this group too.
Case 3.1: People who do not finish the dosa: These folks are really the
saddest of people. They are the ones who tend to end their life as soon as
it hits the bad patch. For them, they only need and want the best things in
life and nothing more. Typically, they are not prepared or tuned to life as
a whole. They just want to enjoy from first till last. Sadly, no one in the
world can live without even an ounce of sadness in life. Not even the
richest of the richest. But to self destruct at the mere sign of distress is
very bad. That is what these guys tend to do. Some learn to live life but
most of them do not.
Case 3.1: People who do finish the dosa: These folks are the typical human
beings. We all enjoy the greatest of times in life and push the sad parts
thinking about the great times in life. Typically the plate is clean and
nothing is left for fate or in life. Happiness and sadness are part of life
and these guys know that and are kind of prepared for it. Life is not always
happy but there are moments of happiness here and there.
Case 4: People who eat the dosa making sure that the masala lasts for the
whole dosa: These people are very rare. These are the people who like to
attain balance in their life. It is hard to displease these people and it is
hard to make them really happy. They like their balance and are very
protective of it. Sadly these are the people who tend to be lonely as anyone
else may upset the balance of their system. Perfectionist to the core and
are very careful. These guys do not make the best company but are needed in
any group to make the group from going hay wire.
Case 5: People who do not share and eat the dosa as if it is precious: These
folks are very protective about their life. They do not want anyone to come
and interfere in their life. They like to hide their true nature and
intensions for their benefit. Beware of such people as they are in every
group for their own need and nothing else.
Case 6: People who offer their first bite to others: These guys are overly
friendly. They do anything to be part of a group and make everyone feel like
the group is important than the individuals. They are the glue that holds
any group together. They are very friendly and bring the best of all the
others in the group. They go out of their way to help other friends. Most
groups should have a person like this and they are the ones who plan the
group outings and other group activities. Once this person is out of the
group, typically the group slowly falls apart.
Case 7: People who take one or two bites and then offer the dosa to others:
These guys care about friends and friendship but they take their time to get
into the group. They take their time in making friends and they typically
are very committed once into the friendship. These guys like to always be in
the side lines and typically do not jump into anything in life. They always
take their time to analyze the situation and then make a decision. These
guys take the better safe than sorry approach.
Case 8: People who wait for others to make the offer first: Typical people I
must say. They are unsure about everything. Even if they wanted to offer,
they will wait till the other person offers the food first. If the other
person is silent, so are these people. They are the followers. They do
terrific idea, they will pitch it to someone else and get their advice
before proceeding. Sadly, most of the elderly world like these types of
Case 9: People who offer dosa only when they cannot finish it on their own:
You all may be familiar with these kinds of people. People who are very
generous only when all their needs are fulfilled. These folks are selfish
but at the same time not misers or greedy. They just want to satisfy
themselves before they give it to the world. They typically do not stuff
themselves nor do they tend to starve. They are very good people who would
give you the best of advices in life. They would make sure that you are not
sad following their advice.
Case 10: People who offer the whole dosa and eat from others plates: These
folks are other extreme. They know what they want, they get what they want
but they cannot enjoy what they want. Instead they tend to settle for other
things in life which satisfies the needs but does not satisfy the person
completely. These guys are termed as born losers cause even when they have
the thing they wanted, they can't stop others from stealing it from them.
So next time you sit with a person eating a masala dosa, look closely and
see if he falls into one of the above categories. You may be surprised
as how much it reveals about the person