Men like to look at chests, you guys. Chests! WHO KNEW?

According to a new study wherein people wore eye tracking gear while looking at pictures of models with different body types, men look at chests and waists for longer periods of time than they look at faces. And since they spend so much time staring at that general area, women with hourglass figures were not only looked at more, they were rated as having better personalities. Because just like Sir Mix-a-Lot says, if she’s got an itty-bitty waist and a round thing in your face, her personality is also probably scintillating.

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Now, to be fair to men, who have been accused of never looking at our eyes since the dawn of the time, they aren’t alone. Women actually looked at other women the same way, i.e., straight in the chest. So in conclusion: Maybe you want to look into that whole boob makeup thing after all?

It should be noted that this study was very small, but like, come on. We’ve all been mentally conducting this study since our first training bra, and it’s true. Move on, science. Study something chest-related we can’t figure out, like why it’s 2013 and no one has invented a good bra that doesn’t properly support me without eventually stabbing me to death with underwire. Or, um, breast cancer.

Do you ever notice yourself staring at other women’s chests (or waists, I guess) instead of their face? I don’t feel like I even need to ask if you’ve ever noticed men doing so to you.