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(Neatorama)   Scientists use MRI to measure precisely how a woman's butt moves when she sits down. Cancer can wait for this one   ( divider line
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1782 clicks; posted to Geek » on 15 Jul 2014 at 12:47 PM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-07-15 10:03:49 AM  
Will the nonstop MRA culture of chauvinism never cease?
2014-07-15 10:12:30 AM  
That study was actually one of the first applications of the Xerox machine. But it's always fun to repeat it.
2014-07-15 10:28:12 AM  
Lead scientist in the study:
2014-07-15 12:51:04 PM  
Way more accurate then the 'lipstick' approach.
2014-07-15 01:04:36 PM
2014-07-15 02:09:46 PM  
I sure I am not the only one anxiously awaiting the results of their study of how women's breasts jiggle as they climb stairs.
2014-07-15 02:32:48 PM  
Able-bodied woman, eh?

Just how able was her body? Inquiring minds need to know. For science and all...
2014-07-15 03:32:12 PM
2014-07-15 04:20:42 PM
2014-07-15 06:17:12 PM  
Ha; the TSA got you beat from years ago...
2014-07-15 06:50:34 PM  
Couldn't they have just used a clear chair?
2014-07-15 11:06:05 PM  
Wait a minute... Study author....  "S. Mix-A-Lot"?  FTA
2014-07-15 11:59:04 PM  
I have the weirdest boner right now.
2014-07-16 12:26:17 AM  
Let me save you hours of hard work. It moves beautifully.
2014-07-16 02:21:45 AM  

justanothersumguy: Wait a minute... Study author....  "S. Mix-A-Lot"?  FTA

Just a joke by the writer of TFA. It's not in the paper.
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