"Not intelligent" as in it's often hard for her to understand things and a lot of the things she says are incorrect.
I would date a sweet person who was "not intelligent"... but I would not date a fool.
That's a good way to think about it. So far, you're the very first person to say that. Everyone else has said they would lose interest.
I mean I don't have a college degree, so why should I expect someone else to?
That makes sense!
But let's be real... if we can't have deep conversations about ourselves or our relationship, then I might reconsider.
Thanks for MHO.
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I was a bit surprised by the results! I hadn't thought most guys would care about that.
@AmandaYVR @Flower7 I think the men who did not care if an attractive woman was not intelligent (assuming ceteris paribus) are inexperienced or not successful with women.
@Inbox Maybe so. Also, intelligence is not one of their assets, so why would they try for a higher weight class, so to speak. I've seen this pattern.
As long as you're both okay with it, I guess that's all that matters!
What if she begins to grow to hate the role she's put herself in, and takes it out on me?
What if she misused words without realizing like saying proportions when talking about food when proportions is related to physical body parts and portions is when you talk about food.
Not to be confrontational or argumentative, but I don't think the definition of proportions supports that notion.But hypothetically speaking, if that was correct, I certainly wouldn't mind that at all. In fact, I'd even prefer it if she was even less capable than something as simple as that. I also feel like that would be a rather easy thing to mistake, and not necessarily an indication of poor intelligence/education.
I probably misused the word I am still learning English excuse me
No worries, I understand.
@ChiTown33 Am I pretty? LMFAO
A little bit of both? Somewhere in between those.