Study says fashionable women get better service

In a shocking new study, it was discovered that women who shower, who dress nicely, who wash and perhaps even brush their hair, get better service when they shop.

This study, no doubt tax-payer funded, was necessary. Why, I have no clue.

A new Ohio State study finds women who get the most attention at clothing stores may the ones least in need of help.

Researchers observed the way customers were treated at three plus-size women’s clothing stores and concluded that women who are well-dressed and well-groomed generally get the best service. Consumer sciences professor and study co-author Sharron Lennon said salespeople at the stores were rated on their congeniality and their speed in greeting customers.She said her team found the clerks were friendlier and often gave faster service to women with more fashionable and attractive clothing, hair and makeup.
Yet another example of why I’m in the wrong business. I should be writing a grant to study if men who shave and shower get better or worse reactions from hot young blondes.

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