(traw.lee.AW.luh.gee) n. The study of the correlation between the contents of a person`s shopping cart (trolley) and that person`s personality.
Think hard before you fill your supermarket trolley. Its contents not only reveal your personality, they also speak volumes about your sex drive.
A person who buys fish fingers is likely to be boring in bed, while someone who stocks up on stir-fry vegetables is bound to be an
experimental lover. ”It is called `trolleyology` - making judgments about people from their shopping,” says top consumer psychologist
Dr David Lewis, who conducted a survey for supermarket chain Somerfield. . . .