A recent in-depth study, conducted by The University of Surrey, has found that people who drink between 3 and 5 cups of coffee a day were far less likely to shout at a hairdresser than their non-coffee drinking counterparts.
A spokesman for the study group told us last night “Our findings are conclusive proof that hairdressers are far more at risk of being shouted at by a non-coffee drinker than by someone who consumes a moderate amount per day.
We spoke to one hairdresser, Tracy Dell, 18, from Whitechapel in East London, who backed up the report: “I definitely get shouted at a lot more by non-coffee drinkers” she confirmed.
“Only yesterday, a woman called me an ugly fat bitch when I was getting off the bus at Aldgate East and I wouldn’t mind betting that she was a tea drinker with absolutely no coffee in her system at all. What more proof do you need than that?”
This study comes just 2 weeks after research conducted by Colorado University in The United States, found that women who eat mushrooms are far less likely to rub themselves up against somebody with a wooden leg in later life.