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16 Mar 2017, 4:01 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
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Because men generally don't care about income when choosing a partner.


and that sucks because I would rather be judged on my achievements (also awesome degree ≠ income)



How much is your salary?


0 thats why i said income does not equal degree. I am currently working in a lab unpaid because i am a postgrad research student. I assumed that when he said income he was referring to the degree



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16 Mar 2017, 5:39 pm

Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
Closet Genious wrote:

Because men generally don't care about income when choosing a partner.


and that sucks because I would rather be judged on my achievements (also awesome degree ≠ income)



How much is your salary?


0 thats why i said income does not equal degree. I am currently working in a lab unpaid because i am a postgrad research student. I assumed that when he said income he was referring to the degree


I recall you live with your bf currently?
If yes, then who pays the rent and bills? Your boyfriend?

:shameonyou: If I was a typical woman, I would have rejected you, zero income is a no no.

In dating, the income usually matter more than the degree - and it doesn't feel good to be judged as a wallet. So I don't understand why you envy us.



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16 Mar 2017, 5:59 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
Closet Genious wrote:

Because men generally don't care about income when choosing a partner.


and that sucks because I would rather be judged on my achievements (also awesome degree ≠ income)



How much is your salary?


0 thats why i said income does not equal degree. I am currently working in a lab unpaid because i am a postgrad research student. I assumed that when he said income he was referring to the degree


I recall you live with your bf currently?
If yes, then who pays the rent and bills? Your boyfriend?

:shameonyou: If I was a typical woman, I would have rejected you, zero income is a no no.

In dating, the income usually matter more than the degree - and it doesn't feel good to be judged as a wallet. So I don't understand why you envy us.


No actually I do using my student loan. I am actually supporting him while he goes to college (which you cannot get a loan for). So you are incorrect. Also a women would also be attracted to a man studying because it shows ambition and future wealth (although I accept not at your age)

Jumping too assumptions much :roll:



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16 Mar 2017, 6:12 pm

Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
Closet Genious wrote:

Because men generally don't care about income when choosing a partner.


and that sucks because I would rather be judged on my achievements (also awesome degree ≠ income)



How much is your salary?


0 thats why i said income does not equal degree. I am currently working in a lab unpaid because i am a postgrad research student. I assumed that when he said income he was referring to the degree


I recall you live with your bf currently?
If yes, then who pays the rent and bills? Your boyfriend?

:shameonyou: If I was a typical woman, I would have rejected you, zero income is a no no.

In dating, the income usually matter more than the degree - and it doesn't feel good to be judged as a wallet. So I don't understand why you envy us.


No actually I do using my student loan. I am actually supporting him while he goes to college (which you cannot get a loan for). So you are incorrect. Also a women would also be attracted to a man studying because it shows ambition and future wealth (although I accept not at your age)

Jumping too assumptions much :roll:


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(although I accept not at your age)


I am working and studying at a night college at the same time. :|

Ok, don't accept, I don't give a damn. :mrgreen:



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16 Mar 2017, 7:07 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:
Closet Genious wrote:

Because men generally don't care about income when choosing a partner.


and that sucks because I would rather be judged on my achievements (also awesome degree ≠ income)



How much is your salary?


0 thats why i said income does not equal degree. I am currently working in a lab unpaid because i am a postgrad research student. I assumed that when he said income he was referring to the degree


I recall you live with your bf currently?
If yes, then who pays the rent and bills? Your boyfriend?

:shameonyou: If I was a typical woman, I would have rejected you, zero income is a no no.

In dating, the income usually matter more than the degree - and it doesn't feel good to be judged as a wallet. So I don't understand why you envy us.


No actually I do using my student loan. I am actually supporting him while he goes to college (which you cannot get a loan for). So you are incorrect. Also a women would also be attracted to a man studying because it shows ambition and future wealth (although I accept not at your age)

Jumping too assumptions much :roll:


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(although I accept not at your age)


I am working and studying at a night college at the same time. :|

Ok, don't accept, I don't give a damn. :mrgreen:


I meant women around your age may expect more than someone studying but I don't really know what women are like in your part of the world tbh.

(It's late and I'm on a mobile so forgive my s**t grammar :) )


Nothing to say about the assumption you made?



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17 Mar 2017, 1:09 am

I agree with Boo that being judged on the size of your wallet, is no less cynical than being judged on looks. I am starting to reach the conclusion that us humans are just as primitive and selfish as all other animal species. It's is quite depressing.



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17 Mar 2017, 1:18 am

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I agree with Boo that being judged on the size of your wallet, is no less cynical than being judged on looks. I am starting to reach the conclusion that us humans are just as primitive and selfish as all other animal species. It's is quite depressing.


No, just as lovable and sophisticated as all the other animal species.



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17 Mar 2017, 1:49 am

ZachGoodwin wrote:
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I agree with Boo that being judged on the size of your wallet, is no less cynical than being judged on looks. I am starting to reach the conclusion that us humans are just as primitive and selfish as all other animal species. It's is quite depressing.


No, just as lovable and sophisticated as all the other animal species.


In many regards. Just not as sophisticated when it comes to partner selection. I admire your optimism though, mine is certainly long gone. I fear once I start making good money in a couple of years, my sekpticism will simply increase towards any interest I get.



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17 Mar 2017, 2:41 am

Maybe at that point I should start dressing like a poor bloke, to help distinguish between real love and utility based interest.



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17 Mar 2017, 2:47 am

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Maybe at that point I should start dressing like a poor bloke, to help distinguish between real love and utility based interest.

That will only work if there is a difference.



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17 Mar 2017, 2:56 am

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Nothing to say about the assumption you made?



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17 Mar 2017, 2:59 am

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That will only work if there is a difference.


it may be easier to find when looking that the love that occurs between parent and child, compared to more lustful romance between adults.


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17 Mar 2017, 3:01 am

314pe wrote:
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Maybe at that point I should start dressing like a poor bloke, to help distinguish between real love and utility based interest.

That will only work if there is a difference.


Good point. I honestly don't know if there is.
But if there is, hypothetically the chance of attracting the wrong women will decrease quite a bit.
I've been thinking about dressing more like a dork, because I seem to attract shallow girls I have nothing in common with.



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19 Mar 2017, 9:43 am

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
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Nothing to say about the assumption you made?



**cricket sounds***


Its a sad day when a grown man can't apologise for making an assumption



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19 Mar 2017, 9:47 am

Alliekit wrote:
The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
Alliekit wrote:

Nothing to say about the assumption you made?



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Its a sad day when a grown man can't apologise for making an assumption


Acting as a grown man here is boring.

And at "sad day"...lol give me a break, you're too serious.