Funny Men Prefer Pain Over Being Alone, Study Finds
A new study revealed that most men would rather be in pain than be alone with their own thoughts. Researchers left people alone in a room for 15 minutes with a device that gives off a small electric shock. About a quarter of women compared to two-thirds of men shocked themselves over sitting there.
So are men more sensation-seeking than women? Brian Kilmeade, today’s #oneluckyguy on Outnumbered, weighed in.
“There’s a chance we don’t have anything to think about,” Kilmeade said, adding that being alone is a talent.
Fox News contributor Stacey Dash suspected that most men have “alone issues,” whereas Kilmeade argued that most men are programmed to be productive.
Things took a turn when Sandra Smith recalled another #oneluckyguy, Tucker Carlson, saying that if women knew what men were thinking, they’d never speak to each other again.
Watch the hilarious, and reflective, segment above! Plus, watch the new after show ‘Outnumbered Overtime,’ Monday-Thursday, at 1p ET here.