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Qualities of your significant other?
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Posted 5/5/13
Compassionate with a playful sense of adventure. Those two would probably be the biggest deal for me. I can list any number of qualities that I find attractive in a woman, but I think most people I've met have them; like a sense of humour, independent, family-oriented, etc.

Well, perhaps another trait would be financially responsible. Not meaning a rich woman, I'm not looking for a sugar mama, more along the lines of a woman who doesn't gamble or unnecessarily throw away money. That's more in line with the notion of maintaining a stable relationship though...

Common interests not necessary, but are certainly a welcome bonus.
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My ideal woman is beautiful, playful, and also highly intelligent and ambitious. Empathy is a foreign concept to her, and she can't deal with people who make a spectacle of their emotions, She is fair to a fault and tolerant of the shortcomings of others, but once she loses her patience she has an explosive temper, resulting in the occasional bar fight. She is extremely independent and has a mean sense of humor. She is a terrible cook and hates housework, but loves dark beer and kung fu movies. She is easily bored and can't tolerate clingy or needy people. For some reason she likes me a lot, which is lucky for me.
Posted 5/14/13
Intelligent, not ignorant, similar personality to me, understanding, just HIMSELF.... glad I found him already.
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jeizii wrote:

Intelligent, not ignorant, similar personality to me, understanding, just HIMSELF.... glad I found him already. :)


LIkewise, my perfection really ^_^

Amazing, smart, open minded, confident, understanding, gorgeous in every single way imaginable and my other half! What more can I say ;3
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DragonArcane wrote:


jeizii wrote:

Intelligent, not ignorant, similar personality to me, understanding, just HIMSELF.... glad I found him already. :)


LIkewise, my perfection really ^_^

Amazing, smart, open minded, confident, understanding, gorgeous in every single way imaginable and my other half! What more can I say ;3


Are you two dating each other?
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mhibicke wrote:


DragonArcane wrote:


jeizii wrote:

Intelligent, not ignorant, similar personality to me, understanding, just HIMSELF.... glad I found him already. :)


LIkewise, my perfection really ^_^

Amazing, smart, open minded, confident, understanding, gorgeous in every single way imaginable and my other half! What more can I say ;3


Are you two dating each other?


Shhh...they are being subtle about it. It isn't supposed to be noticed.
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:
Shhh...they are being subtle about it. It isn't supposed to be noticed.

Maybe it's an Aincrad marriage, only on CR.
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Ugly, poor and obedient.


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Eh. To post something on topic here I suppose I will say that if I were to be looking for someone they would just have to be fun to be around. They can't take things too seriously and if their humor matched mine it would be even better. It would be nice if they kept cool in most situations and didn't overreact to stuff. I would want them to at least be smart enough to hold a conversation. I guess that's about it.
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My biggest thing is that I couldn't date a girl who's like my family. I tend to talk a lot, and since I'm constantly studying something that nobody really has much of an interest in, when I talk with my family they tend to dismiss everything I say because they "can't understand it" (won't TRY to understand it), or they tend to tease me about it. Both are fine in moderation, but it gets irritating when someone else won't at least try to listen. That's probably my biggest yes-factor. Other than that, I'd just want them to be fun or outgoing. I couldn't really handle being around someone who's too sedate all the time.
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starlightpriestess wrote:

Ugly, poor and obedient.




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SirJonathanMP wrote:

My biggest thing is that I couldn't date a girl who's like my family. I tend to talk a lot, and since I'm constantly studying something that nobody really has much of an interest in, when I talk with my family they tend to dismiss everything I say because they "can't understand it" (won't TRY to understand it), or they tend to tease me about it. Both are fine in moderation, but it gets irritating when someone else won't at least try to listen. That's probably my biggest yes-factor. Other than that, I'd just want them to be fun or outgoing. I couldn't really handle being around someone who's too sedate all the time.


What are you studying/talking about that nobody wants to pay attention to?
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What are you studying/talking about that nobody wants to pay attention to?



I spend a lot of time reading ancient/medieval renaissance literature. I always wanted to teach it as a college professor, so I've read TONS of it, and my family just can't relate at all. I'm also taking AP Calculus and Physics courses, and whenever I even MENTION that they call me Sheldon (referencing Big Bang Theory). Though, to be honest, they do that with just about anything. If I learn about something random like databasing (for instance) and work it into the conversation, they just skirt around it and carry on the conversation like nothing happened.
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Posted 5/14/13
Someone interesting.
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SirJonathanMP wrote:

I spend a lot of time reading ancient/medieval renaissance literature. I always wanted to teach it as a college professor, so I've read TONS of it, and my family just can't relate at all. I'm also taking AP Calculus and Physics courses, and whenever I even MENTION that they call me Sheldon (referencing Big Bang Theory). Though, to be honest, they do that with just about anything. If I learn about something random like databasing (for instance) and work it into the conversation, they just skirt around it and carry on the conversation like nothing happened.


If it is too far out of their area of expertise though it can be understandable as to why they wouldn't want to discuss it too much. If they never had too much interest in it and don't care to learn about it then the conversation is basically just what you know about it and some people might feel as though they aren't as smart because they can't keep up with the conversation very well.
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