Scientists reveal why internet users constantly click on boob pictures
Hypothesis 1) The test subjects were thirsty for milk. Knowing that boobs contain milk the test subjects could be clicking to see if milk squirts out of the screen onto them. To test this hypothesis the test subjects were instructed to drink several glasses of milk prior to internet browsing. The results startled the researchers - despite drinking several glasses of milk the test subjects were still just as likely to click on pictures of boobs.
Hypothesis 2) Proving your not a faggot. Some of the clearly homosexual test subjects would click on boobs then quickly cover their eyes and shriek. According to the scientists data, 3.4-5.1% of subjects were clicking on the boobs in hopes the scientists wouldn't notice they were cock loving faggots.
Hypothesis 3) Boobs are positive magnets and our eyes are negative magnets. The scientists popped out several eyes of the subjects and tested them for negative magnetic material. This theory proved to be incorrect when no negative magnetic material showed present in the eyes of the subjects. Could some people have negative magnets in their eyes? The scientists are unsure but are currently ruling this hypothesis false.
Hypothesis 4) Click spasm. Perhaps the internet users did not intend to click on the boobs but their clicking finger spasmed at the precise time the boobs were present. To test this theory the subjects were given blindfolds and warm coffee was poured in their laps. When the subjects were blindfolded with coffee in their laps they were less likely to click on boobs. Perhaps the coffee in their laps prevented them from wanting milk? The scientists are still studying the data to see if this hypothesis is proven true.
Hypothesis 5) You think clicking on boobs means the boobs will show up in real life. Several of the subjects that clicked on the boobs then looked around the room hoping the boobs would conjure up or walk in through a doorway. 7-10% of test subjects did this each time they clicked on boobs.
The scientists are continually digesting more data but have not yet concluded a complete reason why boobs are so likely to be clicked on during internet browsing. This mystery may never be solved but the scientists at Yale planning on studying more test subjects in hopes of one day finding a reason. The Federal Government plans on issuing a grant to help them continue to study this perplexing issue.