Men Spend One Year Of Their Lives Staring At Women, Study Finds
A recent study carried out by Kodak Lens Vision found that men spend almost one year of their lives staring at women. Men eyeball women for a total of 11 months and 11 days in a lifespan between 18 to 50 years old.
Here are the detailed statistical findings:
--men spend 43 minutes a day, ogling 10 different women
--women, on the other end of gender spectrum, fix their sights on six different men for just over 20 minutes a day
--in conclusion, men look at women twice as long as women look at men
Another surprising finding (or perhaps not) is that the Mecca of "stare-dom" for men is the supermarket, followed by pub and nightclub. Must be that watching women thoughtfully picking out dinner ingredients at a local supermarket feels better than watching them tipsy, dancing at a corner lounge.
Kodak spokesman Mark Ireland commented: "Men are renowned for looking at women but it's interesting to find out exactly how long they spend eyeing girls up. A year of their life is a long time to spend with their eyes fixed on the opposite sex.
The poll of 3,000 Britons revealed that most people felt flattered at being gazed at, but 16 per cent of women said it made them uncomfortable, and 20 per cent said it embarrassed them.