Study claims you can tell from a girl's eyes if she wants a one-night stand
Now for the science bit! Researchers asked 700 men and women in their early 20s to look at photos of members of the opposite sex and to assess how attractive they were and what their attitudes to sex could be, e.g. were they looking for a quickie in the bog or wedded bliss. The boffins then compared the answers with the actual behaviour and attitudes of the people in the photos.
If the study is to be believed, and who could doubt the methodology outlined above, doe-eyed women are gagging for it while pretty boys are more likely to be looking to clamp a ball and chain onto any female passers by.
The other groundbreaking fact that the survey gave to humanity was the discovery that men are more attracted to women who are looking for a quick shag while it claims that women look for feminine-looking men as they are considered more caring and less likely to play away.
The head of the study Dr Lynda Boothroyd said: "Even although the men couldn't always tell which women were more strongly interested in short-term sex, they were very strongly attracted to the women who were."
That's all well and good Dr but did you really need to go to the trouble of carrying out a 'scientific' survey to find out that the majority of blokes are attracted to girls who want to ride them sideways?