A team of German and British scientists have invented a new nasal spray that makes men more 'empathetic.'
Now ask yourself, how useful would this be when you ask your man to attend 'Sex and The City 2' or you want to go shoe shopping all afternoon?
Could this thing be too good to be true? Apparently not. It seems to genuinely work. But how does it work?
Let’s find out:
'Researchers found that inhaling the so-called 'cuddle hormone' oxytocin made men just as empathetic as women. The study in 48 volunteers also showed that the spray boosted the ability of men to learn from positive feedback.'
OK, sign me up for a caseload.
Writing in the Journal of Neuroscience, the researchers said that Oxytocin is a naturally produced hormone, most well-known for triggering labour pains and promoting bonding between mother and baby.
The drug that makes men compassionate. It's been a fantasy for women for centuries and finally its actually real. Maybe now they'll discover what it feels like for a girl. Oh what a brave new world lies ahead of us.