Wednesday, January 15th, 2014
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Scientists Identify "Maleness"

"A new research study has discovered that people can reliably sense when a change had occurred in a person, even when they could not see exactly what had changed. University of Melbourne researchers believe this capacity explains what is commonly called a sixth sense, or extrasensory perception (ESP). For example, a person might notice a general change in someone’s appearance but not be able to identify that the person had had a haircut."

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whizz_dumb (#10,650)

Women definitely have a strong 6th sense. They always see through my bullshit.

KarenUhOh (#19)

If I need ESP to tell if a person got a haircut the first person I'm calling is my optometrist.

BadUncle (#153)

I use telekinesis to lift my hand to pay my barber.
Suck it, Kreskin.

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