Men facts

Unfaithful men have lower IQs according to a scientific study.

Men spend almost a year of their lives staring at women, a survey found.

Half of all women who die from homicide are killed by their current or former husbands or partners.

Men lie 6 times a day, twice as often as women.

50% is the lifetime risk of developing Cancer for a man in the U.S.

If your laptop feels hot, don’t put it on your lap if you’re a man, it may cause infertility.

In his lifetime, a man spends almost six months shaving.

Men with shaved heads are perceived as an inch taller and 13% stronger than men with hair.

Men with attractive wives report higher levels of satisfaction with their marriages, a study says.

A 99-year-old man divorced his 96-year-old wife after 77 years of marriage because he discovered an affair she had in the 1940s.

The first time two men kissed on-screen was in 1927.

Women blink 19 times per minute, compared to 11 for men.

Smoking can lead to impotence in men.

Men were the first to wear high heels around the 1600s. Women began wearing them to look more masculine.

The average man is 4-5 inches taller than the average woman.

More than a third of single Italian men between the ages of 30 and 35 live with their parents.

By 2020, China could have between 30 million and 40 million men who cannot find wives.

A man walks about 7% slower when with wives or girlfriends, and speeds up when with other men.

Men can lactate too, but only under extreme circumstances.

Breast Cancer kills 450 men in the U.S. every year.

Despite popular belief, studies show men are not more flatulent than women.

Men are more likely to say “I love you” first than women are, a study found.

Men are less promiscuous when women are scarce.

For Valentine’s Day, a poll found men spend an average of US$154 on fiances while they spend US$136 on wives.

Men are struck by lightning five times more often than women.

Men account for 74.4% of lead roles in Hollywood movies.

A man is 35% more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than a woman is to be diagnosed with breast cancer.

Men sweat up to twice as much as women.



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