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George Clooney, Jen Aniston top fantasy sex list in doomsday scenario
November 13, 2012
In preparation for the return of season two in National Geographic Channel 's hot new series, "Doomsday Preppers," research was released on November 13 that shows 90 percent of Americans anticipate a disaster and they want to go out with a roll in the hay and a drink.
58 percent would like that last romp to be with a significant other, but nearly one in four wants that last hoorah to be with a celebrity. Jennifer Aniston and George Clooney top that list, but check out the top seven contenders for doomsday dreamboats in today's slideshow.
Robert Downey Jr's 'Iron Man' character has what it takes in a crisis say 25 percent of Americans ...Fortunately Americans have the good sense to know that looks aren't all you need in a crisis. 25 percent of Americans name "Iron Man" star Robert Downey, Jr. as the action hero most likely to have what it takes to help mankind survive a major catastrophe.
So far as the cocktail of choice, one in five (21%) of Americans aged 21 and over selected Sex on the Beach, presumably to be sipped while one is living up to the drink's name. Other favorites include:
•Hurricane (rum and fruit juices) at 13 percent
•Bloody Mary (vodka, tomato juice, hot sauce) at 9 percent
•Dark & Stormy (rum and ginger beer) at 6 percent
The research shows that despite the fact they are unprepared, more citizens believe that the U.S. might experience a significant hurricane (58%) or a major earthquake (53%), versus a terrorist attack (51%). All of the above are major calamities, but don't rule out the possibilities for a financial collapse (49%), epic blackout (33%), pandemic (25%) and/or nuclear fallout (13%). If a major disaster were to happen, almost seven in ten (69%) predict that it would be a natural disaster, not a man-made event.
The cause of this uncertainty about the state of the world comes from many causes but nearly one in four Americans cite TV shows such as reality hits "Jersey Shore" (24%), "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" (23%) or "Toddlers & Tiaras" (19%) as proof that the end of the world is near.
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