Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Shocking Behavior

Most men would rather shock themselves than be alone with their thoughts - The Washington Post
" . . . when left alone in the room for a 15-minute thinking session, the participants exhibited some shocking behavior. One man (whose data was left out of the study) shocked himself 190 times. “I have no idea what was going on there,” Wilson said. “But for most people, it was more like seven times.”
" And while only 6 of the 24 women shocked themselves, 12 of the 18 men did so. "
H/T - Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me!

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