How could you not love Christmas presents like these ones?
Christmas is a special time that comes around every year. Unfortunately for these Christmas theme parks though, people don’t want to be reminded of Christmas all year long.
These people have overdosed on holiday spirit.
Back in 1958 the Air Force accidentally dropped an atomic bomb on Mars Bluffs, South Carolina. Miraculously no one was killed and there’s a crater in the town that reminds everyone of the horrific accident.
Hot girls in bikinis, you just can’t argue with the fact that these two things go great together.
The wedding photo crasher
The girl who can’t pump gas
The person that thinks they drive a shopping cart
The woman who can’t figure out sliding doors
This girl that doesn’t know what eyebrows are shaped like
The person that is wondering why their bike is always stolen
The double headphone guy
The person that shouldn’t have passed their road test
The mom that thinks her kid is cargo
The person who swears they have it plugged in
The woman vacuuming the grass
The man that forgot how to umbrella
The coach that couldn’t celebrate
The guy who mistook his car for the boat
The person in charge of this building’s security
The person working out at the gym
The hockey player that failed at gatorade
The person who forgot plastic melts
The driver that doesn’t go around the roundabout
This singer that forgot how to hold the mic
The person who didn’t understand how selfies work
The professor who puts her computer to sleep by lying it down
The person who thought this bar of soap was a liquid
The guy who thought 10 MPG was green
Whoever thought you could use any candle as a birthday candle
The person that doesn’t know how checks work
The guy who is more concerned about his hair’s safety
The person who refilled these
Whether women’s preference is indeed solely responsible for driving the way penises look today remains an open-ended question, however,
Size does matter, Nature reports, at least to some extent. A new paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that female preference likely helped shape the size and thickness of the human penis through natural selection.
Human penises are longer and wider than the penises of other primates. Biologists know that penises of other species reveal information about what shaped a particular animal’s evolution, and they figured humans should be no exception. To try and get at what drove human males to develop such comparatively long penises, the study authors created virtual images of males combining different heights, shoulder-to-hip ratios and penis lengths. They showed 53 of the life-size images to 105 women and asked them to rate the computer-generated men by their sexual attractiveness, Nature explains.
The ladies preferred taller men with larger shoulder-to-hip ratios and longer penises to be the most attractive—though, as Nature points out, that preference had its limits. Once the men exceeded a threshold for extreme size, the women ranked their attractiveness as only slightly above average.
Study leader Brian Mautz, a biologist now at the University of Ottawa in Canada, says that there seems to be a ceiling effect for each trait — a point of theoretical peak attractiveness, beyond which women’s ratings will begin to decline. The team’s model predicts that the most attractive penis would measure 12.8–14.2 centimetres in its flaccid state. Mautz notes that this ideal size is relatively closer to the population average (of 9 centimetres) than are the predicted ideals for the other traits, implying that women prefer more extreme shoulder-to-hip ratio and tallness but less extreme penis size.
But, as Nature writes, women’s preference for partners with larger penises doesn’t necessarily mean they can take credit for the evolution of men’s members. There’s still this question to answer: Do these men tend to father more children who carry those large penis genes?