Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Art Can Give Same Pleasure As Love, Says Neuroscientist Balls-Deep In A Henry Moore

It crossed your mind, didn't it
Viewing art triggers the same responses in the brain as love and desire, according to a leading neurobiologist, Professor Sexi Semi of University College London, who gasped out his claim as he energetically thrust his organ rhythmically in and out of the sensual hole in one of Henry Moore’s abstract sculptures.

“It appears that when viewing da Vinci’s seminal Mona Lisa, for example, the aesthete’s brain is triggered into sending an autonomic signal to the gonads, which respond by releasing large quantities of the neurotransmitter which we scientists call Idegiver-1,” sighed the professor later over a cigarette. “Sorry, is that Tracey Emin’s spunky bed over there? Ooh… ahhh.”

Nick Clegg, meanwhile, has announced that he has grave misgivings.

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