The food that significantly drops testosterone, how cute animal pictures affect your feelings toward your significant other, the sex robot study, the story about CrossFit stalkers, and how your coworkers and friends could be ruining your nutrition.
On Our Minds
Chris shares an article from The Morning Chalk Up that's so creepy, he can't get it off his mind: ARTICLE
So we discuss that as well as the ins and outs of social media, why it's exhausting, and how fit pros use it.
This week's quiz is partly on relationships, partly on sex, and partly on some disturbing things. See how you do! And if you want to take a closer look at any of the studies, here ya go!
• How cute animal pictures affect relationships and marriage: Study
• How people perceive those with erect nipples: Study
• How people react to receiving unsolicited D-Pics: Study
• Who's more likely to fall asleep right after sex: Study
• How women would feel about their spouses getting it on with sex robots: Study
Additional stuff we mentioned: Here's that (riveting) TV series called "Humans" which is about AI becoming conscious. And here's the story of the woman who wanted to marry her chandelier: "Woman Loves Her Chandelier So Much That She Names It Lumière And Gets Engaged To It"
We've got two studies this week. The first is from 2013 and it's about sugar's affect on testosterone. If you're trying to keep your testosterone at optimal levels, which is a wise choice for anyone who wants to be happy in life, then you might want to avoid consuming massive sugar bombs. STUDY
I've got Free and Clear Ty-D-Bol in my cart this week. It sounds lame, but everyone uses the toilet, and if you've got dogs or kids, you might want to opt for a cleaning agent that's not making them breathe in bleach.
I won't link to it on Amazon because you can find it at any store. Just be on the lookout for the stuff that lacks the harsh chemicals. Here's some more info on my concerns: "How Your Housecleaning Products Can Be Bad for Your Lungs"
And Chris has cable machine attachment handles in his cart this week. You can find them on Amazon. HERE
If you stuck around for this final bit of the show, we terribly attempted to sing bits and pieces of Total Eclipse of The Heart by Bonnie Tyler. Here's the original video: VIDEO
There's no other word for it than... creepy. I'd love to see her do a commentary on it while it's playing because she'd probably feel the same.