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Every year, hordes of featherless beings spend stacks of that green crunchy paper trying to alter and streamline their round shapes.
Yet new breaking research suggests that round, feathery shapes actually score highest in “prettiness polls.”
While this may not change behavior anytime soon in the ones without feathers (who tend to be rather slow to catch on to these things anyway) poll after poll continues to confirm the validity of this new research.
As such, for beings who desire to enhance their personal prettiness, the research team heading up these ground-breaking studies is now recommending the addition of more feathers rather than further attempts to eradicate roundness.
This, they state, will produce much more favorable results in future polls.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts