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New Research Finds Bumping Uglies Only Burns 21 Calories — Dibs on Telling Richard Simmons
New Research Finds Bumping Uglies Only Burns 21 Calories — Dibs on Telling Richard Simmons
If you've always lived your life by the age-old myth that you can burn 300 calories every time you knock athletic shoes with your partner in carnal knowledge, a new study suggests that you might want to start bumping uglies on a stationary bike or elliptical machine – recent findings show the average person only burns roughly 21 calories while barely sweating it out in the sack.
Want to Smash Cute Animals? Researchers Say You May Be Normal, But We Still Think You’re Sick
Want to Smash Cute Animals? Researchers Say You May Be Normal, But We Still Think You’re Sick
Having the uncontrollable urge to smoosh your neighbor’s adorable puppy or punch a random kitten in the face is "completely normal," according to a new study. So basically, researchers have found that the human race is full of psychopaths with a naturally aggressive response to things they find adorably vulnerable. Excellent.

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