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Monday, May 07, 2007

Science Proves My Wife is Gorgeous

Psychology Today: Mixed Race, Pretty Face?
"Eurasians may possess genetic advantages that lead to greater health and, as a result, enhanced attractiveness. That's according to a study, the first to find that hapa faces are rated as more beautiful than European or Japanese faces. Researchers say the finding may extend to other racial mixes as well.

The experiment by Gillian Rhodes, a psychologist at the University of Western Australia, found that when Caucasian and Japanese volunteers looked at photos of Caucasian, Japanese and Eurasian faces, both groups rated the Eurasian faces as most attractive. These visages were created by first digitally blending a series of faces from each race into 'composites' to create average, middle-of-the-road features typical of each race. Past studies show that 'average' features are consistently rated as more attractive than exaggerated features—such as an unusually wide forehead or a small chin."


Lovely

I knew all along, but it's nice to have the numbers to back it up. Science, other than not finding UFOs or the Soul, is there anything it can't do. BTW, Ale is 1/4 Chinese, 1/4 Portuguese, 1/2 Italian, and 100% Brazilian. Plus she's very sweet and incredibly smart. Me am Lucky.

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Science FTW!
 
We didn't need science to prove it. I've had a harmless crush on her ever since you first gave us a glimpse.
She just......glows.
You are very lucky, brother, but I'm sure she feels the same way about you.
 
Thankee Sai,
I've passed the word along, she says "Thanks".

And yeah, she does glow.

Speaking of harmless crushes...at least I think they are Niq's legs...

From the few photos I've seen, Niq is quite loverly herself.

Let us break our arms patting ourselves on the shoulders.

And yes, Mr. CLD, Great Catch! A pretty Nerd Girl. Hooray!
 
those are her legs alright!
 
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