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GREG GUTFELD, FOX NEWS HOST: If he likes wearing brands, keep an eye on his hands. A new study finds men who wear luxury clothing with prominent logos are more likely to be dirt bags. That’s science. Well, at least more likely to cheat, according to research from the University of Michigan. They have universities in Michigan? Excellent work, guys. How did you conduct this study? Watch every season of the “Jersey Shore”? I bet they also found out that a man with a giant Nike logo is more likely to just do it.
Study also set out to determine whether women are more attracted to men and flashy clothes or men who are rich. Authors say such clothing helps facilitate mate attraction, but also indicates poor long term parental investment, which is really a complicated way of saying (BLEEP). So, let’s go to the woman on the panel. I always like saying that. That is you Kennedy for today. You identify as a woman today?
LISA KENNEDY MONTGOMERY, FOX NEWS HOST: Indeed, until the women’s restroom is full of men, I have to go to the men’s restroom. Use the loo.
GUTFELD: I identify often as a woman when there’s no line.
MONTGOMERY: Yes, at ballgames.
GUTFELD: Yes, exactly. I get quite indignant. Anyway, where are we?
MONTGOMERY: So, this I, I studied Evolutionary Biology at UCLA, and it was a fascinating subject, because so much of it is about you know, risk aversion and parental investment. And the parental investment for men can be as low as 30 seconds. For women, it’s as low, and we’re talking about, you know, hominids, not anatomically modern humans. For women, it’s the least parental investment is four years. So, you have a lot more if you’re a woman invested in actually getting pregnant, and men want to signal that they can procure resources.