How many times a day do you think you got at the opposite sex?
Mark Ireland, a researcher from Kodak Lens Vision Center,
carried out a study that interviewed 3,000 British individuals,
questioning females and males on how often they got at the gender they’re attracted to.
Results show man between the ages of 18 and 50
spend an average of 43 minutes a day eyeing members of the opposite sex.
summing up to almost 1 year in an average lifetime.
Women, on the other hand, spend an average of 6 months of their lifetime eyeing males.
Most female participants in the study share it was a fellow dazzling eyes
that first to their days.
With man, it was a lady’s figure.
For man, the top five spots for them to eye of women
超级市场 酒吧 夜总会
are supermarkets, pubs/bars, nightclubs,
work and shops.
For women, the top five spots are
酒吧 商店 公共交通工具
pubs/bars, shops, public transportation,
supermarkets and work.
Though a majority of participants stated that being eyed makes them feel flattered,
28％ said it made them feel happy,
16％ said it made them feel uncomfortable,
and 20％ said it embarrasses them.
Another interesting find was how partners react to
each other’s wandering eyes.
One third of the poll members have argued with their partner over wandering eyes
with one in ten breaking up with their partner because of it.
But on a more positive note,
35％ of brits shared they started a relationship with someone they eyed-up.
And question of the day:
would you be empathic
if you caught your partner staring at another attractive person,
or would you be like the other 1,000 brits who argue with their partners?
Leave that in the comments below.