Ladies, here’s something you might want to know before you go all out to “fix” your face. It turns out most guys don’t WANT you to.
A new survey found the ten things women do to their bodies that guys hate most . . .
- Too much make-up. 31% of guys said it’s their least-favorite look.
- Botox, 17%.
- A fake tan, 13%.
- Plumped-up lips, 11%.
- Fake eyelashes, 8%.
- Hair extensions, 6%.
- Huge fake boobs, 5%.
- Drawn-on eyebrows, 4%.
- Tattoos, 3%.
- Bright red lipstick, 2%.
And check this out. While 52% of women would consider having plastic surgery on their face, 63% of men wouldn’t even want their wife or girlfriend to have a minor procedure like Botox. And 23% said they’d be embarrassed if they did.
A new survey of 2,544 women found that CHUBBY GUYS are the best in bed. Here are the top three reasons why . . .
- They seem more eager to please the woman than themselves.
- They’re more caring and gentle.
- They make women feel less self-conscious about their bodies.
Here are the rankings for all five body types in the survey . . .
- Overweight and plus size men . . . 38% of women say they’re the best in bed.
- Athletic and muscular men, 21%.
- Men over six feet tall, 13%.
- Men under five-foot-eight, 10%.
- Slim and petite men, 9%.
The survey comes from England, so we can’t guarantee it applies over here. But guys, let’s PRAY our women see eye-to-eye with the British women on this.
The average person looks down at their phone up to 150 times a day . . . and we’re getting to the point where now, our bodies are FIGHTING BACK.
A study just found that we’re developing all sorts of unattractive side effects from always looking down at our phones.
Constantly bending your neck leads to sagging skin . . . drooping jowls . . . and wrinkles at the bottom of your neck that shouldn’t show up until you’re much, much older.
A dermatologist out of London who helped on the study says, quote, “Neck skin starts off finer . . . [so] it wrinkles more readily and the fat of the neck may sag.”
There are all sorts of creams and stuff you can buy to help fight the effects of staring at your phone . . . or, you know, you could just NOT stare down at it so much.