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Attraction - New Study Post by :rjbowman Category :Funny Stories Author :Unknown Date :April 2012 Read :1927

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Attraction - New Study

A study conducted by UCLA's Department of Psychiatry has revealed that the kind of male face a woman finds attractive can differ depending on where she is in her menstrual cycle.

For instance, if she is ovulating she is attracted to men with rugged & masculine features.

However, if she is menstruating, or menopausal, she is more prone to be attracted to a man who is on fire with scissors lodged in his temple & a bat jammed up his ass.

Further studies are expected.

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