Wedding couple statue, Kalpitiya.
Wow. This is a cavalcade of retardation. Via Dinidu, this is advice from The New India Express on choosing a bride. This advice from Dr. Titus Sankaramangalam in insanely dumb, it’s like Scientology in that he uses a lot of scientific sounding words to describe a crazy and offensive thesis. For example: “Look for symmetry. An easy way to find this out is to look at her elbows to see whether they are shapely and symmetrical. Large breasts are no good unless they are of the same size and shape” (How to choose a bride? What science has to offer?).
As you’ll notice the title of the article has a question mark, like, what science has to offer? Really? Because it’s not. This is just such a pack of nonsense that I wonder if it’s a joke. It seems to be all about fertility:
First commandment: The girl should have an hour-glass figure. Sadly, only eight percent of our girls will have an hour-glass figure… An hour-glass figure means that your child will also be intelligent because the girl will have enough omega three fatty acids on her thighs for the child’s brain development during pregnancy. (ibid)
Some other suggestions include looking for someone younger than you, smarter than you, and fair. Apparently 25 is the cut off age. Remember, “Make a closer look at her face if circumstances permit. Look at her eyes from the front.”