Good news if you're a Cajun!
A new study found people who love spicy food have almost twice as much sex as people who hate it.
Results showed spicy palates could arguably correlate to a sense of adventure with those marking themselves as hot on the spice range more likely to say they love roller coasters, listen to loud music, and even drive fast down a winding road.
In fact, hot and spicy food lovers were 45 percent more likely to have traveled out of the country, and more likely to have also gone skydiving, gone on a rafting trip, and gone scuba diving.
Spicy food lovers are even six times more likely (2 percent to 12 percent) to have gone bungee jumping than those who don’t like any spice.
Results showed people who enjoy their food to be hot were the most likely to rate their happiness level at a perfect ten than any other spicy preference, and that also goes with how happy they are in their current job.
And those who liked spicier food did also show higher scores for being sociable and extroverted, with hot food enjoyers more likely to say they love meeting new people and more likely to rate themselves as a good public speaker.
Perhaps most interesting, though, is how on top of their life people who prefer hot spice tend to be, when compared to those who don’t.
The hot spice lovers were very goal oriented and 29 percent more likely to have a dream they’re currently working towards.