I’m not saying women post ALL the cat content you see online. But they’re kind of the target market. So this just seems unfair: A new study found women find men less attractive if THEY’RE into cats. Researchers at Colorado State University took photos of various men . . . one by themselves, and one of them holding a cat.
Then over 700 women rated the photos. And when men were holding cats, they were seen as less masculine AND less datable. It applied to both short-term and long-term relationship potential. So they were less datable across the board. And they were seen as “more neurotic” when holding a cat.
There was one key demographic that didn’t care though. Women who described themselves as a “cat person” were just as likely to say a guy was datable, whether he was holding a cat or not. In other words, it didn’t hurt their chances with women who love cats. But it also didn’t help. (Daily Mail / MDPI)
Ian Holm from “Lord of the Rings” and “Alien” Died Friday
British actor IAN HOLM died of complications from Parkinson’s. He was 88. He played Bilbo Baggins in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” movies. His other films included “Alien”, “Brazil”, and “Ratatouille”.
Serious Question: How Do You Make a Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich?
People online have been debating the best way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And some people claim it’s best to put peanut butter on BOTH pieces of bread first to protect it, so the jelly won’t soak in and make it soggy. (The Daily Meal / YouGov)