Originally Posted by Jennihul
I would say, as an intelligent girl, if you have to ask that question, you just don't have the skills.
Then you would be wrong, girl-who-claims-to-be-intelligent. There's nothing wrong with asking for advice.
I bet you've asked for advice on how to date intelligent guys.
That is very funny! Reminds me of that old saying, "If you have to ask the price, you can't afford it."
There have been lots of times I've been in a store, asked the price, and been able to pay. Stuid expression, IMO.
(No offense to you personally, Angela.)
If you want to be in a relationship with an intelligent girl, look for the intelligence in all girls. Be committed to finding intelligence of some kind in every girl you talk to. Be a guy who shines light on intelligence, even when you think it's hard to find. That would be an intelligent thing to do
But not every girl is intelligent. It's a bigger percentage than most American men think...but it's a smaller percentage than most feminists think.
When I say 'intelligence', I'm talking about a having an IQ that's above average in some way.
Most girls are average--like most men.
You can still have a very high standard for yourself about having an intelligent partner, but you won't be locked into the straightjacket of looking at intelligence as your first indicator of who would be the perfect girl for you. You could easily make a mistake doing that, you know; you might meet a brilliant Rhodes Scholar on a day she is woozy because she just got over the flu, or you might think a woman is perfect for you because she can explain Shakespeare's tragedies and has a degree in physics (but she's a republican )!
lol, I couldn't agree more.
I've fallen into this trap with 'intelligent' university girls, myself.
One of the girls I fell for turned out to be Catholic