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#366352 - 17th Nov 2009 11:15am Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies...
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Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies to attract men'


THAT dress!

Women should wear clothes that bare 40 per cent of their flesh to maximise their chances of attracting men, new scientific research indicates.

Striking the right balance between revealing too much and being too conservative in how much skin is on show has long been a dilemma for women when choosing the right outfit for a night out.
However, a study by experts at the University of Leeds has come to the rescue by calculating the exact proportion of the body that should be exposed for optimum allure.
The findings were based on work by four female researchers, who discreetly observed women at one of the city’s biggest nightclubs from a balcony above the dance floor.
Using tape recorders hidden in their handbags, the researchers took note of what female clubbers were wearing and how many times they were approached by men asking them to dance.
For the purposes of the study, each arm accounted for 10 per cent of the body, each leg for 15 per cent and the torso for 50 per cent.
Women who revealed around 40 per cent of their skin attracted twice as many men as those who covered up.
However, those who exposed any more than this also fared worse. Experts believe that showing too much flesh puts men off because it suggests they might be unfaithful.
Psychologist Dr Colin Hendrie, who led the study, told the Daily Mail: “Any more than 40 per cent and the signal changes from ‘allure’ to one indicating general availability and future infidelity.
“Show some leg, show some arm, but not any more than that.”
The study, published in the journal Behaviour, found that the most popular women combined the 40 per cent rule with tight clothing and provocative dancing. The 15 per cent that combined all three criteria were approached by 40 men each.
However, the 40 per cent rule would rule out several celebrity wardrobe choices, including actress Liz Hurley's famous safety pin dress, designed by Gianni Versace.
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#366377 - 17th Nov 2009 11:54am Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: ]
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apart from the beach, where you can expect it, then nobody really likes to look at rolls of bare flesh (and I have my share) with cellulite and rashes and ecsezma and all the other
motley imperfections. Let's face it, even when it's covered with lycra it is hardly edifying. I take folks as I find them but bloody hell!
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#366396 - 17th Nov 2009 12:26pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: ]
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I'll put a suitably edited one up on pictures later, I'm a natural alright, pmsl, and I agree that being yourself is what it's all about but you've still got to present yourself as being civilised (that's the only word I could think of for it). There's a thread going round in Canada about Wallmart people, it's hilarious. Someone just takes pictures of people out shopping and puts them on the web. It makes you wonder who dresses them in the morning. I'm just here in T shirt and greens but I put proper kecks and shirt on when I go out. Ah well, it keeps the thread going.
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#366401 - 17th Nov 2009 12:38pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: BandyCoot]
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I've done it summer, on Members Pictures, if I get any hate mail I'll know who to blame. Remember though that it was a beach, permissable.

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#366424 - 17th Nov 2009 1:58pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: BandyCoot]
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They should keep covered up in case they get splashed with hot fat in the kitchen.
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#366477 - 17th Nov 2009 4:17pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bert1]
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#366494 - 17th Nov 2009 4:41pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: StuyMac]
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I'm only thinking Health and Safety, got to look after the filly's.
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#366496 - 17th Nov 2009 4:42pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: StuyMac]
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I thought the 'rule' was legs OR tats. Never both at same time.
Likewise for make-up, only 'heavy' on either lips or eyes.
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#366501 - 17th Nov 2009 4:51pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bert1]
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The dish water washes the fat off.... I'm right behind you, Bert...

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#366503 - 17th Nov 2009 4:55pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bri445]
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Originally Posted By: bri445
The dish water washes the fat off.... I'm right behind you, Bert...
omg Bums to the wall bert omg
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#366504 - 17th Nov 2009 4:56pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bri445]
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Thanks Bri, but I'd rather you rephrase the last bit. shocked
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#366506 - 17th Nov 2009 4:59pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bert1]
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He's not alone - there's a big Pole with him, called Vlad.
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#366517 - 17th Nov 2009 5:17pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: bert1]
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I meant I was running away in the same direction.... anyway, he runs faster than me. grin

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#407874 - 14th May 2010 8:09pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
I thought the 'rule' was legs OR tats. Never both at same time.
Likewise for make-up, only 'heavy' on either lips or eyes.


apparently it's okay to do both for both now!

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#407889 - 14th May 2010 8:35pm Re: Women 'should bare 40 per cent of their bodies... [Re: GrandMasterFlash]
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Oh! Gawd!
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