Mornings with Dave & Jen

Guy Talk
Guy Talk

You may think men think (and talk) about sex ALL DAY LONG.

NOT so, according to a new study in the Daily Mail!

Here’s what guys REALLY talk about:

1.  News and current events

2.  Sports

3.  Work

4.  Family

5.  TV

6.  Food and drink

7.  Movies

8.  Relationships

9.  Music

10.  Sex

How does YOUR man rank ’em?

D&J

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