Study finds ‘Blokes Advice’ has unlocked the secret to the male brain – show ‘em norks first, then the relevant information.

A study out of Australia’s most reputable think tank, Drunkensober Community College, has found that the Facebook site ‘Blokes Advice’ is leading the way in men’s education. Associate Professor Maffew Sheargold (pictured), believes that we are on the cusp of a male revolution when it comes to teaching males. 

“These guys have cracked the code,” said A.P. Maffew. “Normally men cannot concentrate for long periods of time – except for test matches of course – but by using strategically placed fun bags along with the information, our research showed a 6000% increase in male attention. It’s like, “Here’s some jugs – by the way, get your prostate checked’ actually works.”

Drunkensober Community College isn’t the only one agreeing with their approach, as industry is cottoning on to the benefits of showing some titties. “We run inductions with PowerPoint presentations that last 12 hours and they’re dry as,” said shutdown team leader, Greg Jones, 37. “But ever since we adopted the B.A. model, and put a pair of baps between each slide, the lads can’t get enough. Although we have learned not to put the pics in the handout, as we noticed the number of toilet breaks increased exponentially.”

As expected, not everyone is happy with this approach, and Drunkensober Community College’s three resident campus feminists – Ariel Coont, Urealia Overweight and Hasa Massivegunt – are outraged at the B.A. approach. “This is an outrage,” repeated Ariel, a statement she makes about any and everything. Upon hearing the news, Ariel and the two others organised a mass protest – not mass as in large numbers, more mass in their combined body weights.

For now, B.A. is getting men’s attention and improving their lives, which is a great thing, so no one really gives a toss what three cranky feminists think.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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