Monday, May 9, 2011

Contrary to Popular Belief, Men Think About Food and Sleep More Than Sex

The Daily Mail (U.K.) has published an article that debunks some widely-held assumptions.

Rumor has long had it that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.

And it turns out it’s true. Men spend more time thinking about food – and sleep – than they do about sex, a study shows.

They think about all three more often than women do.

The research found that, contrary to popular wisdom, men do not think about sex every seven seconds.

In reality, it is more like once every waking hour.

The study was carried out by Professor Terri Fisher, a psychologist at the Ohio State University in the U.S....

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