We may well live in the information age, however, that doesn’t appear to have positively impacted men’s knowledge of the female anatomy.
To prove the point, US talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel sent a roving reporter into the streets to see if men could tell their uteruses from their ovaries.
The segment, called “What Do You Know About The Female Body?”, saw men asked questions such as how many ovaries a woman has to what is the point of a mammogram.
As you’ll see from the video below, it appears blokes have absolutely no idea.
Highlights include “What does PMS stand for?” To which one bloke answers “Post Mental Syndrome!”
Or, another hapless chap and his wife who reveals she’s actually a gynaecologist!
Watch the disaster unfold below. And check for a very strange appearance by a Star Wars stormtrooper at the one-minute, five-second mark.
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