Average American male body compared to other countries

Todd, the average American man.

Todd is a typical American man. His proportions are based on averages from CDC anthropometric data. As a U.S. male age 30 to 39, his body mass index (BMI) is 29; just one shy of the medical definition of obese. At five-feet-nine-inches tall, his waist is 39 inches.

 

 

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Average faces of women from around the world

The results of a recent experiment have been published by FaceResearch.org. Experimental psychologists at the University of Glasgow in Scotland have combined the faces of women around the world to approximate the “average face” of each country. Multiple images of faces are aligned and composited together to form the final result using a modern version of the technique that Sir Francis Galton pioneered in the 1800′s.

 

 

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Men Prefer “The Girl Next Door” Look

Men Prefer “The Girl Next Door” Look Men Prefer

The average girl-next-door, right, with the ‘average’ shape is what men are looking for according to a new study

It is a finding that will quicken the hearts of size 14 women everywhere – gentlemen prefer Miss Average.

Men find the average shape of the girl-next-door more appealing than the ‘perfect’ proportions of models and centrefolds, a study found.
 

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Average-Looking Men Are the Most Trusted

Average-Looking Men Are the Most Trusted

Average-looking men with good manners are among the most trusted, while good-looking men are trusted the least, says a new survey.

The survey, conducted in Canada and US by public relations firm Ketchum Global Research Network and brand development firm MARC Research, showed men with good manners are considered more attractive than those without.

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