The 70s didn’t do things by halves; relive the magic with the decade’s 100 key tracks.Words: Dan Martin, Matthew Horton, Priya Elan, Tim Chester.Because, as one study, published in Evolutionary Psychology, just revealed, 92 percent of songs that make it into the Billboard 100 have "reproductive messages". Hobbs from SUNY-Albany analyzed all the American chart toppers from 2009 and noticed that there are 10.49 sex-related phrases per song on average. She looked at the specific "reproductive messages" in the songs and ranked them.
— but it punched a huge hole in everything that was bullshit about rock music, and everything that was going wrong with the world, too.Watching them at your desk is not time theft because you deserve it; think of it as a nice reward for surviving another work week.But what if you don’t have time to watch every video — maybe you have a deadline, a hungry pet, or other grown-up concerns.We were so we tracked down the full scientific study. About, oh, 100 percent fall into the categories of sex appeal, genitalia, arousal, and sexual prowess.Here are some of the more interesting examples of the categories listed above: Hook Up/Short Term Mating Strategies: "Let's have some fun/ This beat is sick/ I want to take a ride on your disco stick", "Disco Stick" by Lada Gaga [Sidenote: We challenge any researcher to get a study with the phrase "I want to take a ride on your disco stick" published in a reputable scientific journal, like Hobbs did.] Are you surprised to hear sex is in 92 percent of chart toppers?
(produced by PC Music), which is 100 percent killer trap and trop house-influenced pop songs laced with imaginative guest choices and lines like “You know I’m sugar sweet / baby boy gon’ rot your teeth.” She directed the video, with help from Sarah Mc Colgan. Kaitlyn: Thank you for gathering with us, here on , to celebrate a historic day.