Recycling Makes One Sexier
Attraction is a funny thing. The qualities you think make someone the hottest thing on the planet might make your best friend give you some serious side-eye. What makes one person attracted to another person can be so varied, and that’s what makes it such an interesting subject—which is probably the reason why scientists and researchers are constantly doing different studies about it.
Here’s one such study: a recent PepsiCo survey found that recycling, which is something
that seems very unsexy, can actually make you seem even sexier. According to Glamour, a research team polled more than 1,140 Americans over the age of 18 and found that recycling and showing concern about the environment can make you seem way more attractive. It almost sounds too easy!
Out of everyone polled, 40 percent said they would think more highly of someone after finding out that they recycled. Only 25 percent said they would be more attracted to someone with a graduate degree, 18 percent said an impressive job would make someone seem more attractive, and only 8 percent were more into a hefty bank account.
Futhermore, 21 percent of the people said they would be turned off if they found out a
first date didn’t recycle at all, and 22 percent said they had expressed obvious disappointment when witnessing someone not recycling. In conclusion, two in five of the people surveyed were looking for a significant other who cares about the environment.
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