Flipping through the news last night, this story caught my eye. My mom was shocked; I, on the other hand, I found the research data predictable. Whether it be because sex is not as satisfying for many women or because women really do love shopping more than anything, this is an interesting topic. Let’s open it up for a fun discussion; I would love to hear all of your thoughts.
A Giorgio over a Brad Pitt?
In a survey conducted by Unilever, the consumer products giant, found women on average would abstain from sex for a Prada, a Bisou-Bisou or an Armani.
In fact, in a questionnaire of a thousand women, in ten major cities, women would forego sex for, say, about 15 months, in exchange for new apparel.
And two percent of the women took haute couture to the extreme complete makeover, claiming, for a new closet full of clothes, they would give up the thrill of sex for three years.
For men, it may be more than a Bud Light for those dark and lonely nights.
Sixty-one percent of the women polled said they’d lose it, if they lost their favorite outfit, and claim that it would be worse than losing the chance at love-making for a month.
When asked which wears better, over time, well, it wasn’t relationships. The average woman has hung to her most adored attire for 12 years, which is one year longer than the average woman’s longest relationship.
Love’s not forever lost, however, about seventy percent of the women in this survey, do believe in ‘love at first sight’.