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Bearded men + tattooed women = PASSION KILLERS!

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Some real groundbreaking data driven findings here. Somehow I don't think me and my beardo, @DJDeepFried, are the only horrible couple on LST who are defying the laws of passion as reported by worthy news source Mail Online. All we can say is it's a good thing we found each other and are able to see past these grotesque flaws. ;)

Why bearded men and tattooed women are guaranteed passion killers | Mail Online

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It depends on the tattoos. I was with a girl who had a Tinkerbell tramp stamp and that was kind of a turn off. I just couldn't stop thinking about why she would get that. If it would've been a phoenix back piece, it would've been a big turn on. Oh well, maybe some guys enjoy Disney characters.

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This article says that it's only nearly a third (of the what, twenty morons on the dating website they polled?) that don't like tattooed women, so this piece is extra dumb. But what bothers me is that they say women don't like cowboy boots?!

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I hate these studies. Everyone has varied preferences. And usually these douchebags just poll their own close-minded friends.

Agreed.. Not sure if I'd even consider it a study. Douchebags asking douchebags questions.

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Biggest turn-off for me is hoof shoes. Ladies, you are the height you are. Heals make your legs look nice. Platforms don't add anything but altitude.

Now, if this had been in Huff Post, it would have made NBC Evening News!

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Like my grandpa always said "there's an ass for every seat". They probably interviewed a handful of squares. Good thing is, all the tattooed women and bearded men will be available for each other, and not have to waste their time on closed-minded, shallow idiots.

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First thing I did when I got divorced 12 years ago was grow a beard and get more tattoos. Am happily married now and my wife, no ink (lives vicariously through my ink), encourages me to cover-up my old tattoos with new bolder, larger ones. Guess they got us wrong too.

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