Today's lifestyle has changed a lot. Dating, romance affairs have become commonplace for all these people today. But one in four girls go on a date with the intention of romance and long relationship, not with the intention of having free food. This is not us but a study saying. This new phenomenon is called a 'foody call' where girls date someone they love not just to love and enjoy free food. Know about them.
In fact, according to research, 23 to 33 per cent of girls in an online study admitted that they were engaged in 'foody calls'. Researchers from the California-based Azusa Pacific University and the University of California-Merid found that girls who scored high on the 'Dark Triad' of personality traits (psychopathic, macanism, narcissism), as well as traditional role beliefs expressed. They are included in the list of a 'foodie call'.
Similarly, Brian Colison of The Ezusa Pacific University said in an article, "Many dark traits have been linked to deceptive and exploitative behavior in romantic relationships, including one night stand, experiencing false sexual intercourse or sending unwanted sexual photos."
For details, the first study involved 820 girls. He answered a series of questions that measure his personality traits, confidence about gender roles and his "food call" history. He was also asked if he thinks the 'foodie call' is socially acceptable. The first group that 23 per cent of the girls admitted that they were involved in a 'food call'.
According to information, "Most did it occasionally or rarely. However, women who were busy with a foodie call believed it was more acceptable. Also most girls believe that foodie calls are extremely unacceptable."