A couple of week’s ago we were invited to try out the great new app from Domino’s Pizza. Called the ‘Tummy Translator’ it is free to download on any android or IOS device.
Based on research conducted at the University of Wyoming on ‘gastro-acoustic-enterology’, the app translates all of those rumblings of pizza-induced hunger and brings up a handy list of order suggestions for you.
With so much to choose from, this is one nifty gadget so, with Grace having her friend Jess over for a play date on Friday evening, we decided to have a bit of a Comic Relief day pizza party and put the new tummy translator to the test.
The idea is really straightforward. You simply chose a number of options based on the size of your hunger, your diet and if you are thirsty then, hold the device up against your tummy and press translate. After a number of interesting noises, it brings up your list and, even better, a fantastic discount voucher code! Domino’s have even got a video which gives you a peek into the science behind this great new idea.
The girls had a wonderful time using this gadget. Both Grace and Jess entered different options on the translator to see what it would come up with. Here are just some of the images:
Domino’s has a huge menu of different options but, in the end, this is the list we chose (we even ordered two extra wraps for lunch the following day!):
What was even better is that we put our discount voucher to good use and managed to get a hefty £10 off of our final bill.
I went to collect the order from our most convenient store, based in Yeovil. I opted for a wrap. (I am refeeding myself off of a TFR diet and don’t really want to bring massive amounts of bread and carbs back in for now).
Upon my return, we all sat down to enjoy our food and have a few giggles in front of the television. I have to say that I heartily recommend the Meatball wrap – plenty of filling, but not too filling!
Disclosure: We were compensated for this review, however, all words and images are our own and have not been influenced in any way.