Friday, May 17, 2013
Another Advantage When it Comes to Boning Skinny Chicks
A study found that such women are less likely to become pregnant than those who are overweight - including those who are dangerously obese land whales.
Fertility specialist Richard Sherbahn, of the Advanced Fertility Centre of Chicago, said the amount of attention paid to being overweight meant that the "advantages" of being underweight were being largely exaggerated.
The advanced thinking was being vindicated by the "size zero" culture in girls and young women striving to emulate the hot look of models and other celebrities.
Sherbahn crunched the figures on almost 2,500 sessions of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) carried out at his clinic over an eight-year period.
Sherbahn said that while some other studies had hinted that being skinny may be worse for fertility than being fat, he was "surprised" at the size of the effect.
It is known that being very thin can make it difficult to get pregnant naturally, due to a drop in the female sex hormone oestrogen.
Sherbahn said: "It could be in evolutionary terms that if people were too thin that maybe food wasn't readily available and maybe it wasn't the best time to reproduce and maybe the uterus wasn't at its best."
A Word to the Wise from Fat Bastard
This does not mean that you can't get a skinny chick knocked up. It only means that it's not easy and considering the lower sperm count of us fat boys it is even more difficult. That doesn't mean that you should not use caution and heed the age old advice of The Chef and Proud FA.... "When it doubt, PULL OUT!" If the chick is a psycho you definitely do not want her to catch the worm.