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Any girls that like guys with short hair?
Posted 6/14/12

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MokaForTheWin wrote:

i hope your joking
dreads make you look like a stoned hippie


Opinions! Subjectivity! What are they?!
Why can't I like my men looking all rasta?




i'm not saying you can't but if i was a girl i would prefer a man with high class not a stoned highschool dropout looking hippie
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Posted 6/14/12

MokaForTheWin wrote:

i'm not saying you can't but if i was a girl i would prefer a man with high class not a stoned highschool dropout looking hippie


I prefer a man who's smart enough to not judge others based on appearance alone.
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DiamondsForever wrote:


MokaForTheWin wrote:

i'm not saying you can't but if i was a girl i would prefer a man with high class not a stoned highschool dropout looking hippie


I prefer a man who's smart enough to not judge others based on appearance alone.


well i'm not judging based on physical appearance but cmon lets be honest, how many doctors are lawyers have a "rasta" look? they all dress in tuxedos, you cannot find someone who makes 100k or more a year but then runs around screaming "swaaaag" like most idiots do, i guess to each their own opinion
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Posted 6/14/12

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well i'm not judging based on physical appearance but cmon lets be honest, how many doctors are lawyers have a "rasta" look? they all dress in tuxedos, you cannot find someone who makes 100k or more a year but then runs around screaming "swaaaag" like most idiots do, i guess to each their own opinion


You know, I'm not going to lie. I have a myriad of bad qualities, but avarice isn't one of them.
Sure, having a doctor or a lawyer as a life partner would get me sorted in terms of wealth, but I'd prefer a guy who didn't have a job where he had to work fuck knows how many hours a day and couldn't be there for me. I'd prefer someone who I could travel around the world with and do insane, stupid things with.

And besides, why should I have to rely on the man to earn 100k a year when I'm confident that I can get a decent enough job to support myself and, later on, a family?

Lawyers and doctors are usually cunts, anyway. Not judging, there are always exceptions...but usually, they are.
Posted 6/14/12

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MokaForTheWin wrote:

well i'm not judging based on physical appearance but cmon lets be honest, how many doctors are lawyers have a "rasta" look? they all dress in tuxedos, you cannot find someone who makes 100k or more a year but then runs around screaming "swaaaag" like most idiots do, i guess to each their own opinion


You know, I'm not going to lie. I have a myriad of bad qualities, but avarice isn't one of them.
Sure, having a doctor or a lawyer as a life partner would get me sorted in terms of wealth, but I'd prefer a guy who didn't have a job where he had to work fuck knows how many hours a day and couldn't be there for me. I'd prefer someone who I could travel around the world with and do insane, stupid things with.

And besides, why should I have to rely on the man to earn 100k a year when I'm confident that I can get a decent enough job to support myself and, later on, a family?

Lawyers and doctors are usually cunts, anyway. Not judging, there are always exceptions...but usually, they are.


well i guess if you put it that way then its fine
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Posted 6/14/12

MokaForTheWin wrote:
well i guess if you put it that way then its fine :)


Well, I'm ever so grateful for your approval.
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MokaForTheWin wrote:
well i guess if you put it that way then its fine :)


Well, I'm ever so grateful for your approval.


thats awesome, listening to my wisdom and knowledge shows how wise you are
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Posted 6/14/12

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thats awesome, listening to my wisdom and knowledge shows how wise you are


Relationship advice from a 16 year old is exactly what I need!
Please, tell me more, oh experienced master!
Teach me your ways of seducing 'classy' doctors and lawyers and tell me how stupid and disgusting men with dreadlocks are!
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Posted 6/14/12

DiamondsForever wrote:


MokaForTheWin wrote:

thats awesome, listening to my wisdom and knowledge shows how wise you are


Relationship advice from a 16 year old is exactly what I need!
Please, tell me more, oh experienced master!
Teach me your ways of seducing 'classy' doctors and lawyers and tell me how stupid and disgusting men with dreadlocks are!


Your both entitled to your own opinions !!!
Dreadlocks are a peronsal taste, and people with high end jobs usually exhibit good qualities like intelligence and good morals, anyone can be a doctor/lawyer, they dont need to be classy....
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Posted 6/14/12

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Your both entitled to your own opinions !!!
Dreadlocks are a peronsal taste, and people with high end jobs usually exhibit good qualities like intelligence and good morals, anyone can be a doctor/lawyer, they dont need to be classy....


Well, actually, no. Appearance does matter if you want to be a doctor or lawyer.
That's why tattoos reduce your chance of getting hired for a job if they're somewhere noticeable.
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Posted 6/14/12

DiamondsForever wrote:


Punk29 wrote:
Your both entitled to your own opinions !!!
Dreadlocks are a peronsal taste, and people with high end jobs usually exhibit good qualities like intelligence and good morals, anyone can be a doctor/lawyer, they dont need to be classy....


Well, actually, no. Appearance does matter if you want to be a doctor or lawyer.
That's why tattoos reduce your chance of getting hired for a job if they're somewhere noticeable.


Hmmmm, yeah I guess if you turned up for your job interview looking like you've been dragged through a hedge backwards you might not get the job. But all in all it doesnt take someone of particually high calibour or apperance, just a normal person
And surely people intelligant enough to become a lawyer and doctor would know that if you get tattoos on your wrists your jobs are limited, thats basic knowledge.
But you make a good point, its respectable.
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Hmmmm, yeah I guess if you turned up for your job interview looking like you've been dragged through a hedge backwards you might not get the job. But all in all it doesnt take someone of particually high calibour or apperance, just a normal person
And surely people intelligant enough to become a lawyer and doctor would know that if you get tattoos on your wrists your jobs are limited, thats basic knowledge.
But you make a good point, its respectable.


Ahh, I didn't mean that doctors/lawyers are always classy. It's just that the guy I was debating with mentioned that if he were female he'd want someone high class, like a lawyer or a doctor. I was essentially just quoting what he said.

He did have a point though. If a guy has dreadlocks, he's not very likely to be employed in those kinds of positions. I mean, in terms of professionalism, I don't think many patients would be happy entirely happy to have their life in the hands of a guy with dreads. It's just a sad truth that people always judge based on appearance.
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Posted 6/14/12

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Hmmmm, yeah I guess if you turned up for your job interview looking like you've been dragged through a hedge backwards you might not get the job. But all in all it doesnt take someone of particually high calibour or apperance, just a normal person
And surely people intelligant enough to become a lawyer and doctor would know that if you get tattoos on your wrists your jobs are limited, thats basic knowledge.
But you make a good point, its respectable.


Ahh, I didn't mean that doctors/lawyers are always classy. It's just that the guy I was debating with mentioned that if he were female he'd want someone high class, like a lawyer or a doctor. I was essentially just quoting what he said.

He did have a point though. If a guy has dreadlocks, he's not very likely to be employed in those kinds of positions. I mean, in terms of professionalism, I don't think many patients would be happy entirely happy to have their life in the hands of a guy with dreads. It's just a sad truth that people always judge based on appearance.


Hahahaaaa, sorry ... probually misread your quote -_-, you get a headache and bam all common sense disappears.
Yeah it's sad that people judge upon apperances. I personally attempt not to on most occasions.
I guess a guy with dreads could purely be misunderstood on every level because of his hair style. I don't know, the styles not for me ..
It does essentially come across as scruffy, but im a hypocrite because im scruffy myself. Ohhh well, keeping on topic, long hair just keeps me drooling.
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Posted 6/14/12

DiamondsForever wrote:


MokaForTheWin wrote:

thats awesome, listening to my wisdom and knowledge shows how wise you are


Relationship advice from a 16 year old is exactly what I need!
Please, tell me more, oh experienced master!
Teach me your ways of seducing 'classy' doctors and lawyers and tell me how stupid and disgusting men with dreadlocks are!


Haha, stop arguing with idiots, your better than that and getting dragged down to their level of conversation/debates!

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Haha, stop arguing with idiots, your better than that and getting dragged down to their level of conversation/debates!



B-but...they might keep believing that they're actually right D:
It's immature, but I can't have anyone thinking that I'm EVER wrong.
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