Normally I would've glanced right over this article, but the first line had me intrigued.
One reason so many American women are overweight may be that we are vacuuming and doing laundry less often, according to a new study that, while scrupulously even-handed, is likely to stir controversy and emotions.BWAHAHAHAHA! No shit it will! It's also likely to result in some rookie dumbass sleeping on the couch and jackin' off to infomercials on the Mexican channel at 3:00 am for a month because he sent it to his wife from his phone trying to impress his buddies while in a drunken stupor at the bar.
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Actually the article isn't that bad, and it isn't really a rip on chicks doing wimmin's work, but most women I know would rather not have to hear that shit; especially from their other half.
Which reminds me of a funny joke my Uncle Jim told at the dinner table when I was a kid:
Q: Why did the woman cross the road?
A: Who cares? What the hell was she doing out of the kitchen in the first place? (rim shot)
"Studies" like this make me laugh because someone actually took all the time and did all the work to compile the data from the last 50 fuggin years, analyze the data only to try and validate their
UPDATE: Mike sent me the below image to add to this post for a good visual aide.