Sure, dudes love burgers and bacon and all that greasy, wonderful stuff. But there's something they love apparently even more: sex.
Scientists at University College London spent some quality time with nematode worms (bear with me here) and have concluded that the neurons in the worm's brain are hardwired to seek out sex over food. And, guess what: they're saying dudes (human dudes) work the same way.
"Though the work is carried out in a small worm, it nevertheless gives us a perspective that helps us appreciate and possibly understand the variety of human sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identification," says Professor Scott Emmons from the Departments of Genetics and Neuroscience at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
This might be hard for non-worms to wrap their heads around, but basically, the conclusion of this study suggests that the male human brain could be hardwired like the brains of these phallic little worms. While Mel Gibson proved years ago that men and women think completely differently from each other, this study provides more context and scientific evidence.