People who wear sunglasses remain just the same unsophisticated and boring nobodies they were before they donned their sunglasses, a study by the University of Brighton has found.
‘We studied a group of men and women, assessing their personalities before and after they donned sunglasses,’ said Dr Sheila Smith, who led the research. ‘We found that the sunglasses made not the slightest difference. The group remained the same boring, unsexy, unsophisticated and deeply unattractive individuals despite their belief to the contrary.’
Dr Smith added that her findings applied equally to people who wore sunglasses on top of the head.