Friday, 5 December 2008

Attention, lady readers!

'They can often be overlooked in favour of their handsome counterparts.

But brainboxes should stop despairing because research shows they are more virile than other men.

Scientists have shown that bright men have better sperm.

They produce more of it and it is of higher quality, suggesting they are better-equipped to start a family than their intellectually inferior friends and colleagues.'

More: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1092302/Intelligent-men-better-quality-sperm-research-finds.html

9 comments:

Newspaceman said...

So you can't be handsome and intelligent at the same time ?

cheers

Ben Fairhall said...

Apparently not, Brian. Fortunately, in my case, God made an exception.



ATB,
Ben

Citius64 said...

Hehe, these humble English, as usual they the best... ;-) Interesting, but at least in the memes wars, they won long time ago, maybe since Queen Elizabeth´s rule...

Newspaceman said...

And mine, glad to see you are back.

cheers

Therese said...

But Ladies often prefer a man who is not TOO bright, as then they can boss him around. If he is handsome as well, then that is an extra.

Ben Fairhall said...

That must be why I'm single then, Therese.



ATB,
Ben

Angelswords said...

It depends what the man is required for.

Ben Fairhall said...

Very leading remark, Ange1swords... Care to elaborate? :)



ATB,
Ben

Angelswords said...

It depends, for example, whether you're looking for someone to help complete a cryptic crossword or to give a good massage.

Agreed good-looking and intelligent is the hottest combination, though quite a rarity, surely that applies to women as well as men?

I'm not sure that being less bright necessarily makes a man easier to boss around, Therese.

Intelligent, sensitive but timid men can sometimes be on the submissive side. However these tend not to be the handsome ones.

Re the original post, any more info on how these intelligent men manage to produce more sperm and in what way is it of better quality? I'm sure you can elaborate on that one B.

Personally I generally prefer quality over quantity.

I can see how a DNA sample from a quick-witted man might be quicker off the mark from the word go. Extra care needed there then.