Have you ever noticed that you may have more friends with birthdays in late summer-early fall than any other season? According to the U.S. Census, “more newborns arrive during the late summer and early fall months of July, August, and September than any other time of the year.” It’s what I like to call “seasonal dating.” Think about it, it makes perfect sense. It’s cold right now in most parts of the country, people feel lonelier and hornier. According to studies (and my personal surveys), people tend to have more sex when “Baby, it’s cold outside.”
Psychologically speaking, people also tend to jump into relationships a lot faster in cold seasons than in the flirty seasons of spring and summer. When the holidays hit and we’re bombarded with cheesy nostalgic movies on TV, there’s an increased demand for commitment, stability and love. However, before you end your singledom just yet, be aware that the weather plays a factor. If your relationship can survive the upcoming “slutty” seasons, then you’re in good shape.
For the rest of you bachelors, take advantage of the hornier chicks right now! Go spread your seed (safely, please).