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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Eiji View Post
    boosting to ask something.....
    why aren't these women trying the local MENSA chapter??
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Long story short, it's the same old argument. They're having trouble finding a man and it's all our fault because...

    Yeah, right. Not one of them shows any self reflection. She'd probably say, "Self reflection? What's that?"

    I've heard this argument before and 20 years ago it was all bullshit. Still is.
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    I'm a fairly intelligent man. I'm not going to get too into my credentials, but I mean I have a doctorate degree in a STEM field, and I've been upper 90th percentile in damn near every standardized exam or other intellectual pursuit that was graded. That should give enough of my background, and give you an idea of how I compare to most women.

    Suffice to say, I've met very few women who were even close to my intellectual level, and dated even fewer. However, I have dated LOTS of women who THOUGHT they were on my level, (if not higher) with unimpressive academic credentials and even less impressive ideas or original thoughts.

    Wanna know what I thought of those girls? I thought they were pretentious, shallow, egotistical, and unattractive. Then I went on to date girls who were much more attractive than them, who weren't trying to overcompensate, compete with me, or prove that they were smarter than me, and those girls were infinitely better. Ironically, a lot of those girls were actually smarter than the "intellectual" girls I dated too, and I could have much better conversations with them.

    I'm sure all of those girls I dumped went on to think that they were just too clever for me, but I've got news for you...I never gave a fuck about their intelligence level to begin with. I really don't care, just like I don't care how physically strong they are or how much money they make. I care more about what kind of person they are. I care more about being able to spend time with them, talk to them, enjoy affection from them. I care more about how feminine and physically attractive they are. I care more about how honest and loyal they can be. You can probably see why I don't date much anymore...but I digress.

    My point is, those girls don't really want a partner, they want to compete against a man. They get off on that. And they win by proving they are better than him, or driving him off so she can THINK she was better. If they actually found a man who was way smarter than them, and she couldn't "win" in a debate with him, (which is what they think a conversation is, a debate) they would hate that guy. I know because I've BEEN that guy. And if they actually find a guy who can tolerate them, they will lose respect for these guys because they allow themselves to be emasculated on a daily basis.

    These chicks will ultimately get what they want though, which is to end up single, with a superiority complex, thinking they are better than literally every guy they've ever met. I guess if you can't be attractive, decent, and charming, being able to convince yourself that you are better than everyone else is a nice consolation prize. Or not. I really don't know, I can't imagine being that insecure and wrapped up in my own ego.

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Fuck, I'm in Mensa and we don't want them, either! Nobody likes a conceited, condescending know-it-all! Don't send them our way! LOL
    point well taken, Program..... I dont see anything wrong in showing some pride in having a degree... but there is such a thing as "overdoing it"....
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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Humility is overrated when you're better than everyone!

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    Re: We're just too clever to find a boyfriend! It may sound insufferably smug, but these women say their high intellect means they struggle to meet someone

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Fuck, I'm in Mensa and we don't want them, either! Nobody likes a conceited, condescending know-it-all! Don't send them our way! LOL
    I dont think there's any danger of that.... just one more thing that's too simple for women to do.......
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    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")


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