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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

A UCLA Study

UCLA STUDY (very interesting and short)

A study worth sharing with friends both male and female:

A study conducted by UCLA's Department of Psychiatry has revealed that the kind of face a woman finds attractive on a man can differ depending on where she is in her menstrual cycle. For example: if she is ovulating, she is attracted to men with rugged and masculine features. However, if she is menstruating or menopausal, she tends to be more attracted to a man with duct tape over his mouth and a spear lodged in his chest with a bat up his ass while he is on fire.

No further studies are expected on this subject.


Management with a sense of humor.

Guess Where This Is?

Viagra head office-----seriously!


LD said...

That's really the viagra headquarters? Hilarious!

Anonymous said...

Hilarious! Especially those erect trees in front of the Viagra headquarters! lol

Janie said...

I love the study results. And the Viagra office is great!

Splendid Little Stars said...

OK. I totally laughed out loud!

Serline said...

Pretty sure that is NOT Pfizer Inc's head office ;-P

George said...

I enjoyed the photo of Viagara office more than I did the study! Thanks for the laughs.

Louis la Vache said...

Pfizer and Pepsi are teaming up to make a liquid version of Viagra. They will call it "Mount and Do"

Anonymous said...

I'm glad I wasn't drinking coffee when I read this, because I'd be cleaning my screen yet again. Too, too funny.

Kelly @ Impowerage said...

Interestingly enough there is a real study out that women are more attractive to men during their period. It has something to do with men being attracted to young and fertile women.

Unfortunately, for men the time they are most attracted to women is apparently a bad time to approach them based on the above study.

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