Saturday, 19 March 2005
Another Nashman Experimental Psychology Study
The experiment: Put two beautiful university coeds in a controlled environment. The environment: A room with a lot of poles. The result: Two extremely fit, sober, drug-free, above average IQ homo sapiens sapiens of the female sex instinctively surround a pole and make territorial motions, going around the pole several times, often displaying characteristics similar to a cat marking his territory (see top frame). Then, girls grab onto a pole and start making carefully choreographed dances, wrapping their legs onto pole, undulating, and teasing (see middle frame). Then, one girl moves to find next pole while the other remains to continue gyrating around pole (see bottom frame). Conclusions: I find it as no surprise that female homo sapiens sapiens instinctively pole-dance to get attention of male species. This is to be expected as this trait is entirely genetically conserved in females. But, contrary to previous theories, my study conclusively shows that you do NOT need to get females drunk or to give them hallucinogenic drugs to produce slutty behavior. It is also surprising that said slutty behavior was not induced through force or the suggestion of punishment of the subjects. The study was carried out in broad daylight in a public space with poles. Researcher proposes to undertake a similar study at night, or in darkness as this has been suggested to elicit a natural tendency in females to shed off their clothing.
at 1:26 p.m.