Today, the CSIRO released a scientific study into virginity amongst young men above the age of 30, with certain cultural attitudes and economic indicators. Or something like that.
We weren’t really listening, if we’re being honest.
We were too busy getting ready to tag our mates, in an act that is nothing short of pure comedy gold.
If you’ve read this far into the article, and you’re not tagging dozens of your friends, claiming ‘Mate, looks like the CSIRO is studying you,’ or ‘Fella, was this inspired by your effort on Saturday night,’ then we don’t know what’s wrong with you.
Do we need to say it again?
A study into virginity was released. VIRGINITY. AKA, the funniest thing known to humankind.
Could there be anything funnier than accusing your friends of not having had sexual relations in the public cauldron of Facebook? If there is, let us know, because we try to write funny articles all day and still nothing comes close to the genuinely orgasmic act of tagging three friends in an article about virginity.
Yeah, sure, an article about someone being too close to their pet is a bit funny to tag someone in.
And okay, we’ll agree that clips from reality shows about awkward dates can be good tagging fodder.
But at the end of the day, if you’re not making public accusations of celibacy, are you really human?
Lest we say it again.
The CSIRO released a study into virginity. Get tagging. Or die trying.