Men and women are different

Figures show distracted motorists cause an average of 2,525 crashes every day – the equivalent of 921,840 per year.

Researchers found drivers crash their cars into lampposts or shunt other vehicles more in the summer when men and women are wearing less clothing.

A study of 2,142 drivers found 60 per cent of men admitted being distracted by attractive women while 12 per cent of women said they took their eyes off the road to leer at good looking men.

The difficulty is in knowing what they are different at.

Is ogling? Or lying about ogling?

9 thoughts on “Men and women are different”

  1. Philip Scott Thomas

    I suspect driving in Russia in any season is f*cking dangerous, if all those Russian dash-cam clips on YouTube are anything to go by.

  2. 1) Don’t women have slightly better peripheral vision than men ? Makes ogling and keeping an eye on the road easier.

    2) More shunts in the summer. Possibly because people are driving in flip-flops ?

  3. If they only asked the wenches whether they were eyeing up the geezers, not surprising they got those results. Everyone knows it’s other women most women concentrate on, congratulating themselves when they see a pair of flabby cellulite thighs displayed below an ill chosen frock, raging at lissom, suntanned legs topped by a chic number they can’t afford.

  4. Anyone know how many “crashes” there are every day in Britain. I’m using scare quotes because I suspect the figure they gave includes very minor knocks which may not normally be described as a crash.

  5. Women are better at not being seen to be seeing. They are also better at being seen by those who want to be seen seeing.

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