Wednesday, February 14, 2007

One for all and all for nothing

Ah, good old scientists!

"Potential partners who seem undiscriminating are a definite turnoff, and those who evoke the magic of feeling special are a big draw," said Paul W. Eastwick, the lead author of the study and a Northwestern graduate student in psychology.

"It suggests to us that romantic desire comes in two distinct flavors: selective and unselective," Eastwick added. "If your goal is to get someone to notice you, the unselective flavor is going to fail, and fast."

With that in mind, dear reader, I’d just like to say that I love you. Yes, you.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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