Useless but interesting statistics: Tits or Ass?

vendredi 18 juin 2010 ·

Before I start, I would like to apologize to every female readers of this blog (if there are any!). This post is not meant for you.

So, do men prefer tits or ass? I got asked this question recently and the girl (best friend of my girlfriend) was surprised I asnwered: tits. For me it was a no brainer. She told me that all the other guys answered ass. I then went and did what any academic person would do: look for statistics!

So I found that men prefer ass to tits in a ratio of 60-40.

But at the same time, it turns out that the cup-size distribution is as follow:

Average Bust Size
The average bust line for American women is 35.9 inches (91.2 cm). The typical bra size is 34B, with the proportions of women's cup sizes breaks down to the following: A-15%, B-44%, C-28%, D-10%, while the remaining 3% are AA, AAA, DD and beyond. Interestingly, manufacturers of women's clothing agree that the average American woman's bust size has expanded in recent decades, if only by fractions of an inch, due to improved diet and birth control pills.

So, could it be that the 60% of guys who prefer ass have never been with a girl with cup-size C or bigger? After all, A+B gives almost exactly 60%!

I just might have found the topic of my ph.d dissertation!

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Bryan Breguet est candidat au doctorat en sciences économiques à l’université de Colombie-Britannique. D’origine Suisse, il a passé les cinq dernières années au Québec au cours desquelles il s’est engagé en politique provinciale malgré le fait qu’il ne possédait pas encore la citoyenneté canadienne. Il détient un B.Sc en économie et politique ainsi qu’une maitrise en sciences économiques de l’université de Montréal. Récipiendaire de plusieurs prix d’excellences et bourses, il connaît bien les méthodes quantitatives et leurs applications à la politique.







Vincent Geloso holds a master’s degree in economic history from the London School of Economics, with a focus on business cycles, international development, labor markets in preindustrial Europe and the new institutional economics. His research work examined the economic history of the province of Quebec from 1920 to 1960. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the Université de Montréal. He has also studied in the United States at the Washington Centre for Academic Seminars and Internships. Mr. Geloso has been an intern for the Prime Minister’s cabinet in Ottawa and for the National Post. He has also been the recipient of a fellowship from the Institute for Humane Studies and an international mobility bursary from the Ministère des Relations internationales du Québec. Currently, he is an economist at the Montreal Economic Institute.

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