You might want to date all or any of them, but I am just curious: which of these three women would you MOST be more willing to date (or be more interested in)?
Girl 1: Has a degree and works as a nurse. She works long, hard hours and doesn't have a lot of time to date, except on her two (or maybe one) days off. She is attractive, eats healthy and goes for early morning runs to keep fit. She has her own apartment and her own vehicle. She is friendly, but doesn't have a sense of humor and little patience. She enjoys romantic comedy movies, pop music especially Taylor Swift music and some country music. Downside - she can be moody, and hold grudges.
Girl 2: She doesn't have a degree, but is a hard worker. She works full time as an administrative assisstant (her hours are good, but not overwhelming). She is attractive, eats what she wants and goes to the gym 5 days a week. She has an apartment she shares with a roommate, and her own vehicle. She is very outgoing, bubbly, but not the brightest. She enjoys sports (like watching the game on tv or in a stadium) and listens to alternative rock and r&b. Downside - she can be mean, and drops people quickly.
Girl 3: Has a degree and works in the creative field. She is able to set her own hours and can work from home. She is attractive, eats healthy, and works out at home 6 days a week. She has her own 2 bedroom house and her own vehicle. She is quiet and shy, but sweet with a great sense of humor. She enjoys horror and fanasy type of movies, and listens to a lot of different types of music. Downside - non contagious genetic disorder that makes her sick occassionally, but nothing too serious.
- Girl 1 (Nurse)Vote A
- Girl 2 (Administrative assistant)Vote B
- Girl 3 (Creative professional)Vote C
Girls can not vote on this poll
Most Helpful Guy
I go with Girl 3. I don't like moody people (Girl 1), nor mean people (Girl 2), and I wouldn't want my partner to drop me quickly! I don't like watching sports, nor the people who watch them (Girl 2). I can live with my partner getting sick every now and then; I can take care of her.2