At work we have some powerful survey software called "Mosaic" and even though it's only formed of ones and zeros it's the nearest thing to dark sorcery you are likely to come across. If you type in your postcode it will to a spooky level of accuracy be able to describe your lifestyle/demographic to a Big Brother level of scariness, you may protest but deep down you know you spend 60 quid a week at Waitrose or own a people carrier or work in Arts industry. This software costs a fair few quid to licence but we could save all this I fear by using a far more powerful social divining tool...... Masterchef.
So let's see on Master Chef (and in life) all web designers are also surfers (and like prawns). Recent graduates are always over confident and yet don't know their " a from their e" or in this case coriander from parsley , even if they are widely travelled (cue pantomime looks from the "boys").
It goes on big boned Geordie lads always cook "traditional English food", slightly pinched sales execs called Verity are always "hyper organised" (also is there anyone in the M4 corridor not in sales) and of cause "experimental" chefs always fall at the first hurdle.
No great incident tonight although we had further prove that the professional cooking stage proves nowt when it comes to Hinge and Bracket's (sorry Greg and John's) final decision.