Non-Sexual Things Women Do That Turn Men On, According To Science

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Obviously, if you're a woman, you know some of the go-to, textbook ways to turn a man on.

Show your boobs. Touch his arm. Make some sultry eye contact. Wear something sexy. Maybe take a page out of Elle Woods' book and treat him to a little bend and snap.

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But what about the things we do that AREN'T super sexual?

How do we turn men on when we don't even realize we're doing it? In an exclusive study called "Atypical Arousal," Superdrug Online Doctor found people's most atypical turn-ons, and we have them here for you.

HINT: Wear lots of perfume — he's into it.

What you're doing to turn him on:

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Some of these aren't that shocking to me. Maid uniform? School uniform? Pigtails? LE DUH.

But things like wearing your glasses or wearing... socks? Those are pretty fascinating.

And in case you missed it, perfumes and colognes were number one for both sexes, so no matter who you are DON'T SMELL GROSS.

Also, I would say wearing a bun makes me feel my sloppiest, and wearing choker necklaces makes me feel like a basic bitch. But apparently, if I do those two things and slap on some perfume, I'm IRRESISTIBLE TO MEN.

BOW CHICKA WOW WOW.

Is that smile you're giving the random guy on the train working?

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YES!

He's turned on by that smile you shot him from across the room, like 59.1 percent of other men, so KEEP ON SMILIN', SISTA. GO YOU.

The best LOCATIONS to randomly turn him on:

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Don't feel creepy for having those X-rated fantasies about your work crush at your totally G-rated office.

As you can see in this handy dandy infographic, work is the NUMBER ONE place to experience nonsexual arousal for 18.5 percent of people.

And if you feel a little *tingle* when you're watching Corey and Topanga kiss in a shitty, old "Boy Meets World" episode you're watching on YouTube, don't worry! YOU'RE STILL NOT WEIRD.

Watching a nonsexual show or movie is the second most popular nonsexual place to feel aroused, with 14.4 percent of the total responses.

The bottom line here? We live in a sexy, sexy world, people. Get used to it.