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December 3rd, 2010
A New Study Says Skankiness Is Genetic

A new study says that your DAUGHTER is probably going to give it away to any guy who tosses her two Smirnoff Ices and a ride in his Acura.


Researchers at Binghamton University in New York say they've identified a PROMISCUITY GENE.  In other words, they believe that skankiness is passed down genetically from parents to children.


Quote, "What we found was that individuals with a certain variant of the DRD4 gene were more likely to have a history of uncommitted sex, including one-night stands, and acts of infidelity."

In the study, half of the people with that specific genetic variant reported that they'd cheated on their significant other.  Only 22% of the people without that variant had cheated.

The researchers also made it clear that having the genetic variation shouldn't be an EXCUSE for cheating.  You still have free will and make your own choices.  You're just predisposed to lean toward cheating, and have to fight it harder.

 


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