Up in Smoke: Summer Lovin'

By Vanessa Butler

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Summer love. What is it? Aside from the change in our surroundings, from inside our homes to spending more time outdoors, it’s not as though we’re drastically changing our social circle when the temperature rises. But science shows that when we are exposed to sunlight our brains produce more serotonin, which in turn gives us a major boost of positivity, energy and self-esteem. So those hotties we wouldn’t approach in the winter months appear to be totally approachable. And then there’s the feeling of freedom summer brings that comes with longer days, wild nights, more BBQs and those last few drinks around the fire. Studies have shown people on vacation are more likely to hook up or get frisky with more partners. Blame it on the beer goggles or on a more positive outlook on life; summertime is great for meeting women.

And whatever the case may be, there are already many factors at play even when it isn’t summer. Like red wine drinkers tend to be more frisky, women find geeky men with facial stubble sexually arousing and frivolous spenders are better suited for one-night stands than long-term relationships.

Check out the infographic below; maybe you’ll learn a thing or two.


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