When it comes to surviving life and the countless challenges you face, few qualities can come to be as valued as trust. Through school carnivals, sports, and dating, trust is something that leads you to everything. You need it to be successful: to get this job interview, land that date, relate to others, and sell yourself, it all comes down to the quality so often desired but that so few of us can sincerely admit it has to you, or at least not 24/7.
While trust has long been a trait to be admired in a human being, there is something about having too much of it that causes it to go off en masse. Arrogance has seldom proved to be an attractive quality, and when it comes to overconfidence, this line of thinking can even be dangerous, it certainly would be for these guys.
According to a recent YouGov poll, eight percent of boys believe they could win a game with a lion. The survey brought together 34 different animals and humans in a series of random matches, in which 1,224 U.S. adults were asked who they thought would win in each contest. The results didn’t seem too shocking at first. The elephant came out as the easy favorite with a 74% win percentage. But then things took a pretty surprising turn.
According to the survey, eight percent of men and seven percent of women believe they could beat a lion in a fight, because yes, we understand, Simba was pretty handsome. But to think that you would really have a chance against a lion in real life, well, that’s something we don’t recommend trying at home. Interestingly, this figure rises to nine and eight percent when compared to an elephant or a gorilla. Against a dog, 60% of men thought it would come out victorious easily. Meanwhile, 71% of men surveyed say they would easily win against a goose.
We can only hope that the men surveyed don’t start looking for trouble at the local zoo, as they are overly confident guys we don’t want to see that the daylight has made them fall for a lion with a middle right. hook.