Top 10 drinks myths

Beer goggles

Researchers over at the University of Manchester came up with a concrete formula to work out why this famous phenomenon occurs.

img_myths_04According to the scientists from the Department of Clinical Optometry, all you need to know is how much you’ve drank (An), the level of light in the room (L) the visibility levels and smokiness of the room (S), how good your vision is (Vo), plus the distance (d) between you and the potential object of desire.

Obviously, operating a calculator when you might be needing this formula most would be tricky, but it’s worth a shot.

A low score rates as having little effect at all. But once you get over a factor of 50 is going in the right direction, while numbers in the 90s have the capability to produce visions of supermodels.

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