Before i begin, i must apologize in advance to the guys, as I've blocked you from answering...and that's only because i asked a similar question like this a couple days ago, and i hardly got any answers from women, and that's what I was actually looking for. Anyhow, what I'm looking for here are women's perspective on my dateability by the time im like 30ish. These days, I've found it very difficult to do anything outside of studying, because I need to study at least 10 hours a day MINIMUM in order to get through my med school classes, so I literally have no time for dating, as much as I want to. I'm kinda worried though that by the time I'm finished med school (by the time I'm 29 - 30), I'll be really inexperienced. I guess its kind of the price you pay for taking the route I've chosen for myself. The hard thing about trying to be a doctor is that you have to sit by and watch all of your friends start their lives at like 23, some of which are already married with kids..and I partly feel like life is passing me by. I feel like by the time I'm finished, a lot of the good gals might alreayd be taken, and I may be too inexperienced with dating to actually attract them anyways.
So for this question, I'm asking you guys to sort of give me an assessment of my dateability in the future. In the question i asked like a day or two ago, I pointed out a couple unchangeable physical traits about me that have in the past made it harder for me to date...but I'm going to list my positives and negatives, and what I want you to do is not give me an answer like "girls would love you/hate you"....make it personal, about you and what you like/dislike in men. And if you have any general feedback on what I should do about my situation, you can throw that in also. Feel free to look at my profile as there is some additional stuff about me there...and most of you already know what I look like, so you've got a lot to work with. Cheers.
Fun hobbies (making apps, gaming, novel writing)
Open minded and down to earth
Short (I'm 5'5)
Race (controversial, but its been a recurring problem b4, so i mention it here)
Not athletic (I'm alright at soccer but im no jock)
Skinny (fixable, but no time to tackle it atm)
- Yes I would be your typeVote A
- No I am not your type (feel free to explain)Vote B
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Sorry, I totally forgot you asked me to answer this. Lol
Okay, here's my honest, unbiased opinion. First of all, I voted A and most of what I'm about to say is more about what I've picked up on from being friends with you rather than simply what you have stated here in this question.
-I think you're attractive
-You're very intelligent and that's something I look for in a guy.
-You're absolutely hilarious, a guy who can make me laugh is golden.
-I love to read and I know you read and are into writing as well so that's something we have in common.
-I like that you are compassionate and don't mind sharing your feelings, I don't like when guys feel like they're too "tough" to show their emotional side so that's definitely a plus.
-You're very goal-oriented and I think that's a great trait for a man to have.
-We share the same religion so that's good too.
-Sometimes I feel like you sell yourself short and tend to have a cynical outlook on things. I wish you were more positive rather than looking down on yourself so much. I don't really like when guys do that. If someone seems to always be negative, it turns me off from viewing them as a dating prospect (even though I'm in a relationship, you know what I mean Lol)
-I know you love video games but I don't share that hobby so I don't think I would want to be with someone who talks about video games a lot or always seems to be playing them (not that you personally do that, just stating an example).
-Being a doctor may take up a lot of your time. For me, I'm not sure how I would feel about dating someone who is always busy with work, I know being a doctor is a very demanding career.
However, overall, your positive qualities FAR outweigh the negative ones. I'm sure tons of women would be happy to date you when you have more time to date in the future :)2