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  • A man walks into a bar.

    一個人走進一家酒吧。

  • In a corner seat, a group of women quietly judge him.

    在一個角落的座位上,一群婦女靜靜地評判他。

  • He's ok, not bad-looking, but nothing special.

    他還行,長得不賴,但沒什麼特別的。

  • Fast-forward a couple of hours and those same women that hadn't shown much interest in

    快進了幾個小時,那些沒有表現出什麼興趣的女人也開始對我感興趣。

  • this guy are swooning over him.

    這個人都為他傾倒。

  • They hang on his every word, blush when he looks them in the eyes, and when they leave

    他們聽從他的每一句話,當他看著他們的眼睛時臉紅,當他們離開時

  • the bar, they think about him all night long.

    在酒吧裡,他們整晚都在想他。

  • What's this guy's secret?

    這傢伙的祕密是什麼?

  • What did he do that made him so attractive?

    他做了什麼,使他如此有吸引力?

  • Today we'll reveal all, and perhaps you can also work on being more like him.

    今天我們將揭示一切,也許你也可以努力變得更像他。

  • First of all, what's up with looks, are they really that important?

    首先,外觀是怎麼回事,它們真的那麼重要嗎?

  • Ok, so this is complicated.

    好的,所以這很複雜。

  • A group of young women in one study was asked this question and they all came back with

    在一項研究中,一組年輕女性被問到這個問題,她們都回答說

  • different answers, but the main theme was that they weren't all after that picture-perfect

    不同的答案,但主要的主題是,他們並不都是為了追求那幅完美的畫。

  • guy.

    夥。

  • In fact, many of them said focusing mainly on the body alone wasshallow.”

    事實上,他們中的許多人說,僅主要關注身體是 "淺薄 "的。

  • This is what one woman said, “I'm looking for the personality in the picture of their

    一位女士這樣說:"我在尋找他們照片中的個性。

  • body and I'm not getting that necessarily from someone that posts a picture of their

    我並沒有從那些發佈自己照片的人那裡得到這種感覺。

  • washboard abs.”

    肥厚的腹肌。"

  • While there might be a lot of guys out there that are obsessed with their bodies and post

    雖然可能有很多人痴迷於他們的身體,並將其作為 "我 "和 "我 "之間的橋樑。

  • pictures of their post-work-out muscles at every opportunity, most of the women said

    大多數婦女說,她們一有機會就會給自己運動後的肌肉拍照。

  • men's preoccupation with their bodies doesn't bode well for a long-term relationship.

    男人對自己身體的專注對長期關係來說不是一個好兆頭。

  • In fact, one woman said this, “I really love that dad bods are inthat's the

    事實上,一位女士這樣說:"我真的很喜歡爸爸的身材......這是我的夢想。

  • perfect body, guys who are having fun and a little bit of a tummy.”

    完美的身體,有樂趣的傢伙,還有一點小肚子。"

  • A psychologist named Jeremy Nicholson wrote in Psychology Today that what women find most

    一位名叫Jeremy Nicholson的心理學家在《今日心理學》中寫道,女性認為最重要的是

  • attractive is a man that shows some amount of self-care.

    有吸引力的是一個表現出一定程度的自我照顧的人。

  • He said that a guy who seems like he takes care of himself might show a woman that he

    他說,一個看起來很會照顧自己的男人,可能會讓女人看到他

  • is capable of taking care of her and any future children they might have.

    是有能力照顧她和他們未來可能有的任何孩子。

  • So, it's not about being perfect, it's more about not being a slob.

    是以,這並不是說要做到完美,而是說不要成為一個懶人。

  • Men that really are obsessed with their bodies might give signs to a prospective partner

    真正迷戀自己身體的男人可能會給未來的伴侶帶來一些信號

  • that they care more about themselves than they ever will about her or future offspring.

    他們對自己的關心超過了對她或未來後代的關心。

  • Sure, if the woman is a fitness fanatic she might well want to date someone who is also

    當然,如果女人是一個健身狂,她很可能想和一個也是健身狂的人約會。

  • a fitness fanatic, but in general, a man doesn't need a washboard stomach to attract a woman.

    一個健身狂人,但一般來說,一個男人不需要一個洗衣板的肚子來吸引一個女人。

  • Magazines and movies featuring perfect bodies breed insecurity and insecurity is what companies

    以完美身材為主題的雜誌和電影滋生了不安全感,而不安全感正是公司的目標。

  • want you to feel.

    希望你能感受到。

  • There are some other things, too, such as the majority of women are attracted to men

    也有一些其他的事情,比如大多數女性被男性所吸引

  • that are taller than them.

    比他們更高的人。

  • It's not always the case, but studies have shown it's what most women want.

    這並不總是如此,但研究表明這是大多數女性想要的。

  • As for the face of a man, the average woman will prefer a symmetrical face.

    至於男人的臉,一般女人會喜歡對稱的臉。

  • This might seem weird, but according to science symmetry of the facial features is a sign

    這可能看起來很奇怪,但根據科學,面部特徵的對稱性是一個標誌

  • of healthy genes.

    的健康基因。

  • One scientist wrote that symmetry suggestsfewer genetic and environmental disturbances

    一位科學家寫道,對稱性表明 "較少的遺傳和環境干擾

  • such as diseases, toxins, malnutrition or genetic mutations.”

    如疾病、毒素、營養不良或基因突變"。

  • Women on average also tend to be more attracted to men who have a kind of V-shape body, rather

    平均而言,女性也傾向於更多地被那些擁有V型身材的男性所吸引,而不是

  • than an egg shape.

    比起雞蛋的形狀,它更有可能是一個 "蛋"。

  • Shoulders that are quite large and a waist that doesn't bulge too much are things that

    肩部相當大,腰部不會凸起太多,這些都是可以的。

  • might be attractive, but science also says women tend to focus less on this than men

    可能是有吸引力的,但科學也說,女性往往比男性更少關注這一點。

  • do.

    做。

  • As we said, it's more about taking care of yourself than it is about getting the perfect

    正如我們所說,更多的是照顧好自己,而不是獲得完美的結果。

  • body.

    身體。

  • Studies also say that a masculine face is more attractive to women on average, but that's

    研究還說,平均而言,男性化的臉對女性更有吸引力,但這是

  • not always the case.

    並非總是如此。

  • Research has shown that men with masculine faces often give off signs of dominance to

    研究表明,擁有陽剛面孔的男人往往會向人發出支配性的信號

  • women, which could show they are assertive and competitive and want to dominate in all

    女性,這可能表明她們是自信的、有競爭力的,並希望在所有的領域中占主導地位。

  • that they do.

    他們這樣做。

  • But the same research said these types of men are also assumed to be guys that are better

    但同樣的研究說,這些類型的男人也被認為是比較好的男人。

  • at a fling, a one-night stand, than men with more feminine faces who women tend to think

    比起那些擁有更多女性面孔的男人,他們更傾向於認為自己是個有情調的人,也就是一夜情。

  • have high prestige with their buddies and family.

    在他們的朋友和家人面前有很高的威信。

  • Women might want to have a longer-term relationship with these men due to their psychological

    女性可能希望與這些男性有更長期的關係,因為他們的心理

  • attractiveness, intelligence, their ability to hold a conversation and build rapport.

    吸引力、智力、他們進行對話和建立融洽關係的能力。

  • Sticking with the face, there's a lot you can do to be attractive.

    粘在臉上,你可以做很多事情來提高吸引力。

  • Studies have shown that women are less attracted to guys that look stressed out and don't

    研究表明,女性對那些看起來壓力很大、不善言辭的男人不太感興趣。

  • get enough sleep or look ragged in general.

    得到足夠的睡眠,或在平時看起來衣衫襤褸。

  • Bags under the eyes are not the best thing to have, for the reason that it could mean

    眼袋不是最好的東西,因為它可能意味著

  • elevated stress hormones, which might relate to not having a great immune system.

    壓力荷爾蒙升高,這可能與沒有一個很好的免疫系統有關。

  • One psychologist in Scotland explained it like this, “Women seem to be able to detect

    蘇格蘭的一位心理學家是這樣解釋的:"女性似乎能夠發現

  • the men who've got the strongest immune response, and they seem to find them the most

    有最強的免疫反應的男人,他們似乎發現他們最

  • attractive.”

    有吸引力。"

  • So again, taking care of yourself can be as good as being born with those chiseled features.

    是以,再次強調,照顧好自己可以和生來就有這些鑿鑿的特徵一樣好。

  • As for the hair on the body, this seems to differ from country to country, but in general,

    至於身上的毛髮,這似乎因國家而異,但一般來說。

  • women prefer men with not so much body hair.

    女人喜歡體毛不多的男人。

  • Some studies based in China, the US, and New Zealand seemed to point to this, that not

    一些基於中國、美國和紐西蘭的研究似乎指出了這一點,即不

  • much hair on the chest and other parts of the trunk was the most attractive to women.

    胸部和軀幹其他部位的毛髮多,對婦女最有吸引力。

  • Although women in Britain preferred some hair as opposed to no hair.

    雖然英國的婦女更喜歡一些頭髮,而不是沒有頭髮。

  • In all, keeping that hair in check might be the way to go.

    總而言之,控制好頭髮可能是個好辦法。

  • In one study, a large number of women from Turkey and Slovakia were shown pictures of

    在一項研究中,來自土耳其和斯洛伐克的大量婦女被展示了以下圖片

  • guys with either bald chests or hairy chests.

    胸部光禿禿的人或胸部有毛的人。

  • The men's heads were not in the photos.

    這些人的頭沒有出現在照片上。

  • The thing was, it was the same men in each photo.

    問題是,每張照片中都是同樣的人。

  • In one image he had his chest hair and in the other, he'd shaven it off.

    在一張圖片中,他有胸毛,而在另一張圖片中,他把胸毛刮掉了。

  • Quite incredibly, in both countries, only 20 percent of the women liked the image of

    令人難以置信的是,在這兩個國家中,只有20%的婦女喜歡 "小白 "的形象。

  • the man with a hairy chest.

    那個胸前有毛的男人。

  • Still, different studies have revealed different results, which has made some scientists think

    然而,不同的研究顯示了不同的結果,這讓一些科學家認為

  • there's more to this than meets the eye.

    這個問題比表面上看的要多。

  • Perhaps a hairy chest is fashionable during some periods in certain countries, or perhaps

    也許在某些國家的某些時期,多毛的胸部是很時尚的,或者也許

  • a woman's liking for hair or no hair is affected by her hormones at the time of looking

    女人喜歡頭髮還是不喜歡頭髮是受她在尋找時的荷爾蒙影響的。

  • at the pictures.

    在圖片上。

  • Then there's facial hair, which some studies have suggested is attractive to women if it

    然後是面部毛髮,一些研究表明,如果面部毛髮對女性具有吸引力

  • is well-groomed.

    儀容端正。

  • One Australian study found that men with full beards were designated by female participants

    澳洲的一項研究發現,滿臉鬍鬚的男性被女性參與者指定為

  • as being mature, aggressive, and masculine.

    作為成熟的、有侵略性的和有男子氣概的。

  • Men with only light beards were seen as being dominant, and guys with light stubble won

    只有淺色鬍鬚的男人被視為具有支配性,而有淺色胡茬的傢伙則贏得了

  • out, being the most attractive to the women in the study.

    出,是對研究中的女性最有吸引力的。

  • It might depend on where you live, too.

    這可能也取決於你住的地方。

  • In some countries, beards on men are less liked than smooth skin.

    在一些國家,男人的鬍鬚比光滑的皮膚更不受歡迎。

  • This might just be cultural, but it could also be linked to evolution.

    這可能只是文化方面的原因,但也可能與進化有關。

  • Scientists say that a full beard could make women think of hidden ticks and parasites.

    科學家們說,滿臉的鬍鬚可能使女性想到隱藏的蝨子和寄生蟲。

  • In general, it seems you can't go wrong with a neat bit of stubblealthough it

    一般來說,似乎整齊的胡茬不會出錯--儘管它是

  • should not be patchy.

    不應該是斑駁的。

  • Ok, so to recap.

    好吧,那麼來回顧一下。

  • You might have better luck with a woman who is a bit shorter than you.

    你和比你矮一點的女人在一起可能會有更好的運氣。

  • You don't need to be an Adonis, but your chances with women will be better if you at

    你不需要成為一個阿多尼斯,但如果你能做到以下幾點,你與女性相處的機會就會更大。

  • least groom yourself and get enough sleep.

    至少要修飾自己,保證充足的睡眠。

  • If you like your beard, fine, but in general a bit of stubble is the way to go.

    如果你喜歡你的鬍鬚,很好,但一般來說,有點胡茬才是好的。

  • As for that hair on your trunk, it seems a little is better than lots on average.

    至於你樹幹上的那根頭髮,似乎平均來說,一點點比很多好。

  • You can't really change your facial features, but rest assured, some women will go for feminine

    你無法真正改變你的面部特徵,但請放心,有些女性會選擇女性化的

  • features and others will go for more masculine features.

    追求的目標是:"我們的目標是:"我們的目標是:"我們的目標是:"我們的目標是:"我們的目標是:

  • What's much more important is how to hold yourself, how you speak, what your body movements

    更重要的是如何把握自己,如何說話,你的身體動作是什麼?

  • suggest, and how you come across in general.

    建議,以及你如何在一般情況下出現。

  • All these things you can work on.

    所有這些事情你都可以努力去做。

  • Ok, so let's imagine you've been using a dating site.

    好吧,讓我們想象一下,你一直在使用一個約會網站。

  • One thing we should point out here is that an older man gets a larger dating pool compared

    在這裡我們應該指出的一點是,相比之下,一個年長的男人可以得到更大的約會對象。

  • to women of the same age.

    對同齡的婦女。

  • That's because more women are interested in older men than men are interested in older

    這是因為更多的女性對老年男性感興趣,而男性對老年男性感興趣。

  • women.

    婦女。

  • According to the experts, many women see older men as more financially stable, more mature,

    據專家介紹,許多女性認為年長的男性經濟上更穩定,更成熟。

  • and less prone to cheating so better fathers for children they might have together.

    而且不容易出軌,所以對他們可能一起擁有的孩子來說是更好的父親。

  • We can't really give you a perfect age gap, though.

    不過,我們真的不能給你一個完美的年齡差距。

  • All we can say is if you are say, 35, and she is 25, there's absolutely no reason

    我們只能說,如果你是35歲,而她是25歲,絕對沒有理由

  • you can't have a successful relationship.

    你就不可能有一個成功的關係。

  • And before you start thinking this is all about 'daddy issues', a study involving

    在你開始認為這都是關於 "父親的問題 "之前,一項涉及到的研究表明

  • 173 women who were dating men 10 or more years older than them came to the conclusion that

    173名正在與比她們大10歲或以上的男子約會的婦女得出的結論是

  • this wasn't the case.

    事實並非如此。

  • Many women just like older guys, something that has been called theGeorge Clooney

    許多女性就是喜歡老男人,這一點被稱為 "喬治-克魯尼"。

  • Effect.”

    效果。"

  • Evolutionary psychology research has said that in general women will look for a man

    進化心理學研究說,一般來說,女性會尋找一個男人

  • that is slightly older than her, but you shouldn't sweat it too much regarding the age gap.

    她比她稍大一些,但你不應該為年齡差距太大感到不安。

  • If it feels right for you and for her, and you are both adults, then go for it.

    如果這對你和她來說都是正確的,而且你們都是成年人,那麼就去做吧。

  • Countless studies have shown that age differences can be just fine.

    無數的研究表明,年齡差異可以是很好的。

  • Still, research has said that the older male may have to show that not only is he responsible,

    不過,研究表明,年長的男性可能要表明他不僅要負責任。

  • financially secure, but he may have to have a fair amount of social charisma.

    經濟上有保障,但他可能要有相當大的社會魅力。

  • This charisma is often noticeable when women see you interact with your buddies.

    當女性看到你與你的夥伴們互動時,這種魅力往往是明顯的。

  • It's actually very important, not only what you say to her, but what you say to them.

    其實這很重要,不僅是你對她說的話,還有你對他們說的話。

  • There was a well-known study published in 2010 called, “Men's Sense of Humor and Women's

    2010年發表了一項著名的研究,名為 "男性的幽默感和女性的幽默感"。

  • Responses to Courtship Solicitations: An Experimental Field Study.”

    對求愛請求的反應。一個實驗性的實地研究"。

  • Basically, a scene was set up in which a guy was with two of his friends in a bar.

    基本上,設置了一個場景,一個人和他的兩個朋友在一個酒吧。

  • The guys made themselves noticeable to a group of women who were sat nearby.

    這些人讓坐在附近的一群婦女注意到了自己。

  • What happened next was one guy told a joke and his friends laughed a lot.

    接下來發生的事情是一個人講了一個笑話,他的朋友們笑得很開心。

  • Notably, the jokes were not crude or sexual in nature.

    值得注意的是,這些笑話在性質上並不粗俗或性。

  • Later, the man who had told the joke asked one of the women for her phone number.

    後來,那個講笑話的人向其中一個女人要了她的電話號碼。

  • The same scenario was repeated with other women, except the guy that told the joke changed.

    同樣的場景在其他女性身上重複出現,只是講笑話的人換了。

  • The upshot was that the man who had told the joke had three times more chance of getting

    結果是,講笑話的人有三倍以上的機會獲得獎金。

  • the phone number.

    的電話號碼。

  • Later, the person conducting the study asked the women about the men.

    後來,進行這項研究的人向婦女們詢問了男人們的情況。

  • They agreed that the joke teller seemed more attractive and more intelligent.

    他們一致認為講笑話的人看起來更有吸引力,更有智慧。

  • Showing that you can hold people's attention, showing that you understand the complexities

    表明你能抓住人們的注意力,表明你瞭解複雜的情況

  • of life through humor, is definitely attractive.

    通過幽默來表現生活,無疑是有吸引力的。

  • It also shows that you might make her laugh one day, or make her children laugh.

    這也表明你有一天可能會讓她笑,或者讓她的孩子笑。

  • In a separate study, humor was tested again, and this is what the researchers wrote in

    在另一項研究中,再次對幽默感進行了測試,這是研究人員在報告中寫到的

  • conclusion: “Consistent with the Social Transformation

    結論。"與《社會轉型》相一致

  • Model of Humor introduced in this article, individuals, particularly men, expressing

    本文介紹的幽默模式,個人,尤其是男性,在表達

  • humor were rated as more desirable than non-humorous individuals for a serious relationship and

    幽默的人被評為比不幽默的人更希望有一個嚴肅的關係和

  • marriage.”

    婚姻"。

  • Still, the study also said the men might have to be physically attractive.

    不過,該研究還說,這些男人可能必須在身體上有吸引力。

  • There is also how you interact with strangers.

    還有就是你如何與陌生人互動。

  • Let's say you are on a first date with a woman and you've decided to go to a restaurant.

    假設你正在和一個女人進行第一次約會,你們決定去一家餐館。

  • What do you think it says to her if you are rude to the waitress?

    如果你對女服務員無禮,你認為這對她有什麼影響?

  • It shows her that this might be a personality trait of yours.

    這讓她知道這可能是你的一個個性特徵。

  • Sure, if you show assertiveness and politely send some food back it might be attractive

    當然,如果你表現出自信,禮貌地送回一些食物,可能會有吸引力。

  • to her, but being rude in general is a big turn-off.

    對她,但一般來說,粗魯是一個很大的障礙。

  • There's something called theHalo Effect.”

    有一種叫做 "光環效應 "的東西。

  • This means you might just become more physically attractive to someone because you showed an

    這意味著你可能會變得對某人更有身體上的吸引力,因為你表現出一種

  • attractive personality trait.

    有吸引力的人格特質。

  • In one study called, “Is Kindness Physically Attractive?”, women were showed pictures

    在一項名為 "善良在身體上有吸引力嗎?"的研究中,女性被展示了圖片

  • of men, except each picture came with a word that described the person's personality.

    除了每張照片都有一個描述這個人性格的詞。

  • Sometimes the word would be positive and sometimes it would be negative.

    有時這個詞會是積極的,有時會是消極的。

  • The same pictures had been shown to participants before, except they were asked to rate the

    同樣的圖片之前已經展示給參與者,只是他們被要求對這些圖片進行評價。

  • men without any information about their personality.

    在沒有任何關於他們個性的資訊的情況下,男人。

  • What happened is if a person had a nice word under their photo, they were usually given

    發生的情況是,如果一個人在他們的照片下有一個好詞,他們通常會被給予

  • a higher score for physical attractiveness than if they had no word at all or a negative

    在身體吸引力方面,他們的得分比完全沒有詞或有負面詞的人要高。

  • word.

    字。

  • Men were more handsome when they were deemed good guys.

    當男人被認為是好人時,他們更加英俊。

  • One of the researchers wrote, “These findings indicate that human interior psychological

    其中一位研究人員寫道:"這些發現表明,人類內部的心理學

  • activity is related to exterior physical features, and that a human is the whole entity of psychology

    活動與外部的身體特徵有關,而人是心理學的整個實體。

  • and physiology.”

    和生理學"。

  • If that's a mouthful, it means you might look more handsome if she likes the way you

    如果這是一個口號,它的意思是,如果她喜歡你的方式,你可能看起來更英俊。

  • are.

    是。

  • There was another interesting study related to this in which students on a 6-week summer

    與此相關的另一項有趣的研究是,參加為期6周的暑期課程的學生

  • archaeology course were asked to rate the physical attractiveness of each other on the

    在考古學課程中,他們被要求給對方的身體吸引力打分。

  • first day of class.

    上課的第一天。

  • They then did the same on the last day and the scores were dramatically different.

    然後他們在最後一天做了同樣的事情,分數有很大的不同。

  • One of the researchers said, “Among people who actually know and interact with each other,

    其中一位研究人員說:"在真正認識和相互交流的人中。

  • the perception of physical attractiveness is based largely on traits that cannot be

    對身體吸引力的認識主要是基於不能確定的特徵。

  • detected from physical appearance alone.”

    僅從身體外觀上就能發現。"

  • No doubt a lot of you have already experienced this because you've likely met someone who

    毫無疑問,你們中的很多人已經有這樣的經歷,因為你們很可能遇到過這樣的人

  • at first you didn't seem to think was very attractive at all, but as time went on, you

    起初,你似乎根本不認為他很有吸引力,但隨著時間的推移,你

  • started to re-assess and then tell your friends, actually this person is really good-looking

    開始重新評估,然後告訴你的朋友,其實這個人真的很好看

  • and you just didn't see it at first.

    而你起初只是沒有看到。

  • Never underestimate personality.

    永遠不要低估個性。

  • A super-handsome bully with no sense of humor and little intelligence might be able to get

    一個沒有幽默感、沒有智慧的超級帥氣的惡霸,也許能得到

  • a one-night stand every now and again, but they will definitely not be top of the list

    偶爾會有一夜情,但他們絕對不會是名單上的首要人物。

  • when it comes to long-term relationships.

    當涉及到長期關係時。

  • Then you've probably all heard about women who like guys that take risks, maybe guys

    那麼你們可能都聽說過,女人喜歡冒險的男人,也許男人

  • that act a little rebellious.

    這表現得有點叛逆。

  • This is true to some extent, but not if the guy is totally out of control.

    這在某種程度上是正確的,但如果這個人完全不受控制就不一樣了。

  • Researchers have said that men who takehunter-gatherer riskscan come across as being attractive.

    研究人員說,承擔 "狩獵者-採集者風險 "的男人可以表現得很有吸引力。

  • In one study, women were asked to rate guys on their behavior.

    在一項研究中,女性被要求對男人的行為進行評分。

  • They didn't know that some of the guys were linked to what the researchers calledmodern

    他們不知道有些人與研究人員所說的 "現代 "有關。

  • risksand othershunter-gatherer risks.”

    風險 "和其他 "狩獵者-採集者風險"。

  • The former was risk-taking related to cheating or driving without a seatbelt, and the latter

    前者是與作弊或不繫安全帶駕駛有關的冒險行為,而後者則是

  • was more about doing extreme sports or going alone into a vast forest.

    更多的是做極限運動或獨自進入一個巨大的森林。

  • The researchers wrote in their conclusion, “Results confirmed that modern risks were

    研究人員在結論中寫道:"結果證實,現代風險是

  • rated as unattractive for both sexes, whereas huntergatherer risks were rated as especially

    男女都被評為沒有吸引力,而狩獵採集者的風險則被評為特別有吸引力。

  • attractive when performed by males.”

    當由男性進行時,具有吸引力"。

  • Playing it safe might not always work out the best, but you already know that.

    穩紮穩打可能並不總是最好的結果,但你已經知道了。

  • Just have a brain and don't do something that might hurt you badly, because that also

    只要有頭腦,不要做可能嚴重傷害你的事情,因為那也是

  • isn't attractive regarding long-term partners.

    關於長期合作伙伴,並不具有吸引力。

  • Even scars were preferred in some studies by women, again likely related to risk-taking

    在一些研究中,女性甚至更喜歡疤痕,這也可能與冒險有關。

  • and our past as hunter-gatherers.

    以及我們作為狩獵採集者的過去。

  • In one study, photos of men were showed to women and then the same photos were showed

    在一項研究中,向女性展示了男性的照片,然後又展示了同樣的照片。

  • to other women except a facial scar had been photoshopped to the face.

    除了臉上的疤痕被PS到臉上之外,其他女人都是如此。

  • With the scar, men were ranked higher for short-term relationships but not long-term

    有了疤痕,男性在短期關係中排名較高,但在長期關係中排名不高。

  • relationships.

    關係。

  • Maybe women don't mind having a fling with a rough and tumble kind of man.

    也許女人並不介意和粗暴的男人發生關係。

  • Let's face it, if you're ever going to become a father the woman you are with will

    讓我們面對現實吧,如果你要成為一個父親,你身邊的女人會

  • want you to be a loving father, someone who puts his family before anything else.

    希望你成為一個有愛心的父親,一個把家庭放在第一位的人。

  • Various studies have shown that certain things you do in life can point to you being a caring

    各種研究表明,你在生活中做的某些事情可以表明你是一個有愛心的人。

  • kind of person who has nurturing qualities.

    那種具有養育素質的人。

  • One of them, no kidding, is just walking dogs, or being especially playful and affectionate

    其中一個,不開玩笑,就是遛狗,或者是特別愛玩,特別有感情的人

  • with them.

    與他們。

  • So, you met a girl in the park while playing around with a dog that evidently loves you

    所以,你在公園裡遇到了一個女孩,同時和一隻狗玩耍,顯然是愛你的。

  • more than anything.

    比什麼都重要。

  • You then went out on a date and made her laugh while being very friendly and courteous to

    然後你出去約會,讓她笑,同時對她非常友好和有禮貌。

  • the waiting staff.

    伺候的工作人員。