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Note to self: Spend weekend checking out the facial structure of men

Don't know about all of the science behind this. A scientist I am not.

But, according to a new study, women can tell if a guy likes kids and would be a good long-term partner by looking at his face.

I was blowing this whole study off when I saw the following comment:

"They were surprisingly accurate in judging men's interest in infants, as well as their masculinity," said University of Chicago behavioral biologist Dario Maestripieri, a co-author of the study.

The masculine guys with high testosterone levels tended to have prominent face bones, like actor Mickey Rourke, while those who liked baby pictures tended to have rounder faces, like actor Tom Hanks, Maestripieri said.

Oh hell, is that why I like cuddly guys with round faces?



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