Study: Women Who Drink Are Less Likely To Gain Weight, More Likely To Gain Pregnancy
Sure you gain weight when you're pregnant, but you gotta work with me here. Also, the pregnancy thing wasn't actually proven in the study, it's just my own hypothesis. One that's 100% true. GW's Law of Knocking Up Drunk Womens.
The risk of becoming overweight or obese falls as alcohol consumption rises, even when factors such as smoking, fruit and vegetable consumption, and physical activity are taken into account, the study found.
Women who consumed between 1.5 and 3 drinks daily had a 27 percent and 61 percent lower risk of becoming overweight or obese, respectively, than women who didn't drink at all, according to the study, which was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
The study goes on to mention all the potentially negative effects that drinking can have, but women do love their skinny jeans. Fun fact: did you know I wear women's jeans because they flare below the knee the way I like and none of the guy's jeans do? It's true, I just hate the tiny front pockets. And I am NOT carrying a purse. I'll fannypack before I purse any day because, I don't know if you knew this about me or not, BUT I AM ALL MAN. Like a tiger that can get lions pregnant with its gaze alone and wears Bedazzled jeans.
Thanks to Milkman, who -- you know, my son looks an awful lot like you.