Ge­orge set­tles with his genes


BOFFINS have dis­cov­ered a gene that de­cides whether you set­tle down with your first girl­friend or play the field for­ever.

Ac­cord­ing to sci­en­tists there is a par­tic­u­lar gene vari­ant that is linked to men who stay sin­gle.

Ba­si­cally, if a man has the mu­ta­tion — dubbed the Ge­orge Clooney gene — they are far less likely to get mar­ried.

Author of the study Hasse Walum, of Swe­den’s Karolin­ska In­sti­tute, said: “Two out of five men have the gene.”

But be­havioural psy­chol­o­gist Robert Plomin, PHD, claims it doesn’t al­ways ap­ply.

He said: “Ge­net­ics usu­ally only ex­plains half the dif­fer­ence be­tween us. The rest is how we were raised and the environment we live in.” WHEN Sport babe Krys­tal Webb won our Search For A Stunna award she cel­e­brated in style – by bed­ding three other girls that night!

The 30FF minx, 21, got down and dirty with blonde bomb­shell Brooke Lee and friends at their Manch­ester ho­tel room af­ter a wild night out.

Krys­tal, from Birm­ing­ham, has had plenty of girl-on­girl ac­tion since then and loves watch­ing porn.

Here she re­veals all about her love of blow-jobs and bondage – and her plans to in­dulge in a golden shower!

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