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Topics: Sex, Freckles

Saturday, 3 July 2010

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I love my freckles

Researchers in Boston, Massachusetts have concluded a year-long study into the question of whether or not cute-looking women with freckles are less inhibited when it comes to sexual activity than freckle-less, fair-skinned women.

The results were overwhelming. Women with freckles, especially freckles sprinkled about the nose and cheeks, were more likely to have a one-night stand than any other group and not regret it the next morning. This explains why Lindsay Lohan has so much trouble staying out of trouble.

"The old adage that 'blondes have more fun' has finally been laid to rest," claims chief researcher Patrick O'Malley. "According to our research, girls with freckles are the ones having the most fun. Perhaps that explains why Irish women are considered some of the happiest people on the planet."

In a related study conducted by researchers at Ghent University in Belgium, Irish women are only second behind Norweigan women as being the least depressed women in the world. See story here. Irish Women Shine in Happy League

Breaking down the equation even further, girls with a sprinkling of freckles on their noses and cheeks, coupled with green eyes or hazel eyes, were most likely to get all the action they wanted, when they wanted, wherever they wanted it according to the study.

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