Deliciousity- the rate of deliciousness vs. time.
In this system, the time take to prepare a food versus how tasty it is is compared. For example, a lobster dinner might only score an "average" deliciosity, compared to something like a well-seared steak, as lobster has a longer preperation time. However, something like a pizza pocket has relatively little "deliciousness", but rates high in terms of cooking time. I should really come up with a decent mathematical equation based upon a statistical analysis of the most common meals and their cooking times. Maybe I'll make a table...
Our apartment has also come up with a rating system for belching so that we can truly apreciate and hone our talents. We dole out up to 2 points for each of the following, with bonus points given for exceptional talent:
- Length (time)
- Volume (decibels)
- Style (altering pitch and tone and general "body")
- Timing (appropriatness - belching after chugging is lame. Belching when hitting on a member of the opposite sex is scored highest.)