LONDON, June 28 (UPI) -- A study indicates Scottish men have a high opinion of themselves when it comes to sex, the Daily Record reported Monday.
Whereas four out of five British men, or 85 percent, think they are good lovers, 94 percent of Scottish men say they are good lovers, a survey by research firm ICM said.
And in a possibly related finding, Scottish men deemed themselves well-endowed. Whereas 25 percent of British men said their penis size was above average, 38 percent of Scottish men hold that opinion.
In other findings, the ICM survey revealed:
-- Men are more likely to cry than pick a fight;
-- Men mostly think they should still be the main breadwinner in their relationships; and
-- Men (79 percent) and women (82 percent) alike believe the "treat them mean, keep them keen" motto still works.
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