Scientists at the Public Research Institute of Clinical Knowledge believe they may have finally proved what many have long suspected, that other people are definitely arseholes.
Lead author Dr John Anderson who presented his findings at the annual meeting of the National Association of Academies of Science’s in Vancouver said, ‘For many years there has been anecdotal evidence that other people are arseholes - homeopathy, aparthied and the career of Paddy McGuiness. But we believe we have conclusively proved it.’
In the report, researchers cited many detailed examples of other people’s arseholic tendencies. Finding that other people often tend to be late and not apologise, enjoy the work of Jeremy Clarkson and start wars.
Whilst the findings also revealed that perversely, other people seem blissfully unaware of their general arseholery and appear content not to seek any form treatment or therapy. Dr Anderson explained his team’s unsuccessful efforts to confront other people with their condition - ‘we were generally met with blank faces and violence’.
Dr Anderson added that although his team had as yet been unable to find a cure, he hoped that this would save the wasting of valuable time trying to make reasoned judgements about other people - ’take a brief look at the other person, and be safe in the knowledge that they are definitely an arsehole’ he concluded.