Three Drinks All It Takes for Women to Stop ‘Caring for Others’
In a small but hilarious new study, middle-aged women at a “garden club” party were asked a series of questions, given bottomless booze, and then asked the same questions again. Here’s what we learned:
After three or more drinks, Durand writes, “alcohol may allow a woman to drop any social pretext” about “caring for others” and let her express less concern about maintaining “warm relationships.”
Haha. These garden clubs sound like a lot of fun! They are, by the way, “a traditional American social institution — small, frequent get-togethers to exchange gossip and the occasional gardening tip.” Tips like “go fuck yourself” and “die,” presumably.