Women Swear More Than Men While Driving. Here Are the Five Things Most Likely to Make Us Curse!
3/12/2013 2:09:00 PM
According to a new survey by Direct Line car insurance, women are more likely than men to swear while driving. Nearly HALF of all women, or 48% admit to cursing behind the wheel. Only 40% of men do. Here are the five things most likely to make us swear:
#1.) The GPS: 55% of people who use one say they've sworn at it.
#2.) Getting cut off by another driver.
#3.) People who don't use their turn signal when turning or changing lanes.
#4.) People who talk on their cell phone while driving.
#5.) Someone driving slow in the fast lane. This is the ONLY thing that MEN were more likely to swear at than women. 15% of men mentioned it, while only 7% of women did.
What Cup Size is the Most Attractive, According to Men?
3/12/2013 2:07:00 PM
We guess this proves you're into GWEN STEFANI for her music and KEIRA KNIGHTLEY for her acting. In a new study by the University of Westminster in England, men fell nicely in line with stereotypes about their preferences when it comes to breast size, and voted A-CUP BREASTS their LEAST favorite. Check out the rankings . . .
#1.) 32.7% picked C-cup breasts as the most attractive.
#2.) 24.4% picked D-cups.
#3.) 19.1% picked DOUBLE-Ds or larger.
#4.) 15.5% picked B-cups.
#5.) And 8.3% picked A-cups or smaller.
The study also found a strong connection between how SEXIST a man is and the types of breasts he prefers. The more sexist a guy is, the more likely he is to be into LARGE BREASTS.
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More Than Half Of Women Are Willing To Ask A Guy Out!
3/11/2013 1:44:00 PM
According to a new survey by a dating site called Loveagain.com, a majority of single women are now willing to make the first move when it comes to dating. More than half of women say they'd be willing to ask a guy out on a date, instead of waiting for him to figure out she's interested and ask her.
And after the date, instead of waiting for the guy to call her, two out of three women say they'd call HIM, and let him know they had a good time and wanted to go out again. But women still like some dating traditions: 80% say they still want a man to hold the door for them and offer his coat if they get cold. And a majority of women say you should wait FOUR dates before having sex.
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Four Studies That Challenge Stereotypes About Men and Women!
3/11/2013 1:42:00 PM
If you believe the stereotypes about how men are more practical and women are more emotional, check this out. Here are four things researchers have found that might change your mind.
#1.) Women Are Not More Emotionally Wrapped Up in Relationships. Researchers at Florida State found that between the ages of 18 and 23, men are much more likely to be emotionally affected by a break-up or a relationship issue. It's partly because for most men, especially YOUNG men, relationships are their only source of intimacy. Meaning, they're only open about their feelings with one person, their girlfriend. And when there's drama in a relationship, men are less likely to get emotional support from their friends and family, because they just don't talk about it. Also, men are more likely to go online to OBSESS over a relationship. According to one study, 46% of men have ...
One in Seven Women Throw Out Their Boyfriend or Husband's Clothes Without Telling Him!
3/6/2013 5:35:00 PM
According to a survey by the British Heart Foundation, the average woman has 16 items of clothing that she NEVER wears, but that doesn't stop her from getting rid of her husband or boyfriend's stuff. One in seven women have thrown out their husband or boyfriend's clothes without telling him, because they don't like the way he looks in them.
One in SIX people, men and women, have thrown something out and later found out it would have been worth a lot of money. And one in four people have gone through the garbage to find something they'd thrown out.
One in four people think that a good time to clean out their closet and throw things out is after a break up. And they don't just get rid of their OWN stuff.
One in seven women say that they've thrown out clothing that belonged to an ex out of ...