Pareto Calculates the Love Quotient


Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto first noted that 80 percent of the wealth in Italy, was held by 20 percent of the people. Since his observations, the 80/20 rule has been applied to nearly everything involving humans.

20 percent of the people you work with cause 80 percent of the aggravation of going to work. 20 percent of the movies coming out of Hollywood are worth seeing, and they rack up 80 percent of all theatre showings. 80 percent of the people in a restaurant will order only the most popular 20 percent of items on the menu. You get the idea.

Pareto’s principle is EVERYWHERE. But, as far as I know, I’m the first to apply it to women.

Men, in general, don’t understand women. And men generally accept that. But every now and then, a woman comes along that makes perfect sense. In fact, you find that you enjoy talking to her as much as you enjoy sneaking a peek down her blouse. (Yes, sometimes, life IS good).

So here’s the theory: if you believe you could enjoy any woman’s company at least 80 percent of the time, she’s one of the 20 percent worth keeping.

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