Study: Bottom Size Does Not Correlate With Arrogance



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Proctologists from Johns Hopkins University have disproved earlier claims of a correlation between bottom size and arrogance. "For a long time," says Dr. Carl Sheen, "people have thought that big bottoms tend to be associated with arrogance. But these early studies were flawed. They only compared the United States with the world average, and of course that Americans tend to have bigger behinds and bigger egos than people in the rest of the world." The new research, however, demonstrates how these early studies were flawed. "By more carefully studying other countries it appears that bottom size does not correlate with arrogance. For instance, the French also tend to be arrogant and yet most have a small bottom."


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