26 May 2011

Prancing around in Art Museums Improves Mood, Health, Study Says

According to a study released in the May 23 issue of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, swanning about in theaters and concerts, prancing around museums and galleries, and generally flitting from one sissified cultural activity to another can yield significant health benefits, particularly among men, or, to use the scientific term, humanoids who used to be manly until they started participating in loser studies like this one.

The study found that benefits were less noteworthy among women, maybe on account of they were girly already to begin with.

The health benefits derived from behaving like a freaking pansy can lead to greater longevity, experts say. What the study does not suggest, however, is why anybody would want to live longer, if they had to do stuff like this all the time.

These poor fools are probably going to live forever.

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