Do you shower like other people? You probably assume you do, but you don’t ACTUALLY know. So a new survey by Buzzfeed tried to figure out exactly what the average person does in the shower. Check it out . . .
- 79% of people stand . . . but 6% shower sitting down. The other 15% stand most of the time, but sit to shave their legs.
- 68% face away from the shower head . . . 32% stand toward it.
- 55% make the water as hot as possible, and 45% keep it warm but not hot.
- Only 31% wash their hair with shampoo every day. 54% do it a few times a week . . . 12% do it once a week or less . . . and 1% NEVER do.
- 81% of people always wash their hair first, then their body.
- 76% always use conditioner after they shampoo. And 8% never use it.
- And finally, believe it or not, 72% of people say they pee in the shower.
No wonder the ZZ Top guys get all the chicks.
According to a new study, women are the most attracted to guys with FULL BEARDS . . . because they think they’re the best bet for a long-term relationship.
The researchers think it’s because beards are a biological sign of being tough, masculine, aggressive, and having high social status . . . and all of those things are worth a lot of points in a long-term relationship.
But what about when women aren’t looking to settle down and just want to have a good time? They STILL prefer someone with facial hair over someone clean-shaven . . . only they prefer stubble.
In other words, being clean-shaven really doesn’t get you anywhere.
In case you’re creeping other people out, we found a scientific study that’s going to be useful. Not for me . . . I’m suave and amazing. For OTHER people.
A new study by the British Psychological Society found the habits and qualities that make someone seem CREEPY. Here are the top 10 . . .
- Wearing strange or dirty clothes.
- Having pale skin.
- Bags under your eyes.
- Messy hair.
- Steering a conversation toward one topic . . . especially sex.
- Asking to take a picture of someone.
- Greasy hair.
- Standing too close to people.
- An unusual smile.
- Bulging eyes.
The study also found the four creepiest jobs are clown . . . taxidermist . . . sex shop owner . . . and funeral director. The creepiest hobby is collecting something weird, like fingernails or insects.
Dr. Patricia Quinlan
It’s been decades since “MacGyver” was on TV, but we’re glad to see people like this keeping its spirit alive . . . in the best way possible.
Dr. Patricia Quinlan of Center Valley, Pennsylvania was on a United flight from Philadelphia to San Francisco on Thanksgiving, when a 59-year-old man sitting in front of her fell out of his seat. When he didn’t get up, she realized something was wrong.
She used the plane’s defibrillator to figure out his heart didn’t have a blockage . . . but found his pulse was off, his blood pressure was dangerously low, and he was seriously dehydrated. So she had to use what was available to save his life.
She used her HAIR TIE as a tourniquet on his arm . . . used some little airplane bottles of whiskey to disinfect a needle . . . hooked him up to the plane’s IV bag . . . and had passengers shine the flashlights from their phones to give her enough light to work.
The guy finally came to after about 20 minutes, and he was able to walk off the plane when it landed in San Francisco.
Four Reasons to Date a Guy Who Participates in Movember
It’s November . . . a.k.a. Movember . . . where guys grow mustaches for charity. So here are four great qualities of guys who participate in Movember.
- He’s a philanthropist. It’s one thing to make a cash donation to charity, but it’s another level to grow your facial hair for a month, and ask your family and friends to sponsor you to do it.
- He’s health conscious. Movember isn’t just about raising money for research into men’s health issues, it’s also about raising AWARENESS. And because of that, he’s more likely to take care of his OWN health.
- He has a sense of humor. Growing a moustache for charity means he doesn’t take himself too seriously.
- He can commit. Movember lasts a whole month, so if he can stay the course it shows has some serious staying power.