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Stressed-Out Men Prefer Heavier Women

A new British study found that men placed in stressful situations tended to rate photographs of females with higher body mass indexes as more attractive than did stress-free men who were shown the same images. What do you think?

  • “That’s accurate. After a long day at work, I’ll masturbate to just about anything.”

    Arnie Goldblat
    Padding Gluer
  • “And everyone knows that women of all sizes prefer stressed-out, basket-case men, so it all works out.”

    Jill Tenvik
    Judge
  • “Wow. I had no idea how stressed my brother was.”

    Bruce Byrd
    Nut Roaster
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