A new report on wasteful government spending is out, and covers 50 items and more than $5 billion in spending.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers takes a look at what it contains:

Republican senator Jeff Flake's wasteful spending report named "Wastebook: PORKemon Go" looks at the money spent on outrageous government programs and frivolous projects...

Like $300,000 for the National Eye Institute and National Science Foundation to study whether women or men spent more time playing with Barbie dolls when they were children.

Vanderbilt University studied whether women were able to identify the real Barbie in a lineup:

(Barbie) "We're into Barbie!"

The National Insitutes of Health spent more than $3 million on hamster cage matches, while researchers at Northeastern University pumped hamsters full of steroids to see how vicious they become:

(Fight Club) "First rule of fight club is, you don't talk about fight club."

The NIH also spent $5 million to study the partying habits of fraternities and sororities.

Spoiler alert: Frat boys tend to sleep in late.

And the National Science Foundation and Department of Defense spent almost half a million to create a computer to watch 'Desperate Housewives':

(Desperate Housewives) "You look beautiful. Oh, you're just saying that because it's obvious."

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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