In a new British survey, a third of men said they were more attractive to women after a few drinks, but women didn't agree.
Last week, Cancer Research UK released the results of a survey of 4,000 heterosexual adults, finding that only 13% of women found their partner more appealing after a drink. However 42% said that seeing their partner drunk was a turn-off.
One in five men said they were better lovers after a night out drinking, while 43% said they were funnier after a few drinks. Meanwhile, 42% of women said their partner wasn't better between the sheets after drinking and 30% said their partner wasn't funnier either.
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