Here’s a new and scientific way of looking sexier, smarter and funnier! Just hold a glass of drink in your hand and you can pretend yourself to be smarter than other.
Yes, according to French Scientists, no matter what others feel about you, how dumb you look to them, but if you carry a glass in your hand then it will make you feel look attractive and good looking. This is a folklore that has been recently confirmed by them.
For revealing this fact about human nature, the psychologists led by Laurent Begue at the Pierre-Mendes France University in the southeastern city of Grenoble conducted out a strange but successful trial in a local bar and then in laboratory conditions.
In the first part, they queried 19 drinkers about what they feel about themselves. Among this group, two-thirds were men and all of them were asked to rate their attractiveness on a scale of one to seven.
Then using a breath-analyzer, their alcohol levels were measured and the results were quite funny but true to the form. The higher the amount of booze that was taken by an individual, the better the self assessment was made by him.
But, then the second part of this self-assessment was even more shocking. Around 94 men were invited and they were given a fruit cocktail. Some of them were given liquor mixed in their drink and for others, it was not. This surprise was announced as a secret to them. Then they were asked to write and deliver a recorded message for advertisement purpose of a new "brand''.
The men who thought they have taken alcoholic-version of fruit drink, despite of whether they had drank it or not, gave a higher assessment for their performance and who thought they have not taken any alcohol gave a lower assessment.
So as a result, Begue said, “The mere fact of believing that you have drunk alcohol makes you feel more attractive. The alcohol dose has no effect in itself”.
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