Saturday, March 22, 2008

It's Science

Science has recently solved another mystery. The debate is over:
Until very recently, it was a mystery to evolutionary psychology why men prefer women with large breasts, since the size of a woman's breasts has no relationship to her ability to lactate. But Harvard anthropologist Frank Marlowe contends that larger, and hence heavier, breasts sag more conspicuously with age than do smaller breasts. Thus they make it easier for men to judge a woman's age (and her reproductive value) by sight—suggesting why men find women with large breasts more attractive.
This proven fact also enlightens my understanding of the Liberals' push for universal health care and the motivations that propel them. Hillary understands this as crisis of female equality. She desires all females to be created equal. Barack sees this as a crisis of our nation's ecology. He wants to ogle the scenery.

Science and politics; a winning combination.


VanGoghFer said...

I always thought that large breasts indicated that a women would have more body fat hence excess food. So large breasts might mean a healthier women

HeatherRadish said...

Women with large breasts won't force you to go jogging with them, either.