So you’re talking to a girl at some bar only to get rejected for your efforts. It hurts right? Well, a University of Kansas research might have found the cure for you: Tylenol. The study scanned the participants brain after social rejection and the test showed Tylenol takers were less hurt than the people that took placebo. Scientists are thinking that there’s a correlation between physical pain and social rejection. So if you’re not feeling pain, you’re more than less likely to be sensitive.
So next time I go out, I’ll be sure to take a couple of Tylenol’s beforehand and bring a 50 capsule bottle with me. This way I can get rejected 50 times and not cry about it…well maybe a little.