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Smash or Pass: Things That Are Attractive According To Science


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This week, Sal & Al reveal what the most attractive traits are according to science - and the results may surprise you!

Get ready to feel either validated or offended, because we're playing smash or pass on what makes people attractive according to cold, hard science.

From a ranking of the sexiest accents, hottest jobs and the colour that will most likely get you laid, we reveal what's sxc according to the research & whether we think it's a smash or pass.

LISTEN TO EP #305 Smash Or Pass

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Which Accents Men & Women Find Most Attractive

The Most Attractive Jobs According To Tinder

Traits That People Find Attractive According To Science

Does Wearing Red Really Make You Look Hot?


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Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan

Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh

Editor: Bamby Media

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