In a BBC study out today, 40% of readers surveyed in England lied about something they’d read “to impress friends or potential partners.”
On the other hand:
The men polled said they would be most impressed by women who read news websites, Shakespeare or song lyrics. Women said men should have read Nelson Mandela’s biography or Shakespeare.
There you have it women: Put us in your bookmarks and men, a little Shakespeare wouldn’t hurt you.
After all, “Love looks not with the eyes but with the mind, and therefore is winged cupid painted blind.”
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