>be me > 2 years ago >browsing dscuz >this girl keeps bugging me on fb >pretty sure she is into me >I asked you guys if I should date this girl >d says yes >in a relationship for little over a year >in beginning though she is just very shy >nope >just fucking stupid >Lets call her Kate >really good looking tho, a real cutie 9/10 body 7/10 face >thinking of trying to get a smarter girl whilst still together with Kate >no luck, the only smart ones that are into me are 5/10 >couldn't get a boner on a 5 >Kate is still studying but having major difficulties barely pulling though >she has hinted that she wants to live together with me >doubtful as if we do live together she probably won't be able to find a job and will be living off me >often feels like she is a child in a woman's body >doesn't have general knowledge of basic things >the worst thing is that my friends and family doesn't approve of her as they consider her dumb and childish
Here is my question would you date a good looking girl even if she is dumb as a rock?
My main issue is the fact that I'm spending a lot of time on her and idk if I should just dump her and invest my time in finding someone hot and intelligent.
Also, if you want i can post short stories of what she is like
I know her for almost 2 years now
I have strong feeling for her but I would prefer a beautiful and smart girl. Just thinking if I should just enjoy her and then look for something better or do that now?
Fun story >be me >sexytiem.jpg >ask for blowjob >she refuses >at most kisses the tip just to tease me >tells me she is too shy >drop lsd together >she gains my trust >now blows like crazy >literary at least once a week I'll wake up to a blowjob
"All the children's names begin with the letter J, according to court documents that didn't provide their full names."
the scary thing about this is my parents did the same exact thing. They had 12 kids only all the males start with J and the females end in a Y. I'm scared to think how close i could have ended up in a situation like this.
Its a research chem right? And if its not to hard to synthesize i do have chemistry and organic chemistry degrees. Just need glassware, im already in the process of gettin glass for morphine extraction (im,guy with poppys)
>Elementary school bullies >One is dead as a result of abuse from his father, happened when he was around 12 >The other now works as a fireworks salesman at the age of 30, still lives at home with his widowed mother
>Middle school bullies >One dropped off the face of the Earth after being forced to attend a drug camp/rehab type thing after his parents caught him smoking pot >One is now a cart pusher at Walmart >One is now a CSM at Walmart >One killed themselves at 22
>High school bullies >One became a dealer and later apologized to me for what he did. I forgave him, he had a really rough life >Three of them now all work in the same garage in town >One works as a driver for air gas >One now attends the same college as me, she is pursuing a gender studies major.
I am currently pursuing a PhD in computer science.
I never got bullied and was the kinda of guy who just went along with. I was friends with the popular guys even though i was socially handicapped and am butt ugly. But my dad had a big lot and alot of cars, plus we had a couple of dirtbikes, which kinda helps with getting friends when you're thirteen.
The bullies are actually all pretty succesfull, and those that were bullied are young moms and/or still social outcasts.
>>704344 (OP) >1. You don't have to go to college if it's not for you. Find yourself a trade, exceed at it and you'll do just fine. >2. If you are the scholarly type, for fucks sake go to college. Even if you're past college age, it doesn't matter how old you are. >3. Do not fuck around with your credit score. Keep that shit pristine. >4. If you ever get stopped by a police officer, be polite and respectful. They really aren't out there looking to shoot people all willy nilly, and they've got better things to worry about than your little bit of weed. Take the ticket, don't be dumb. >5. They say money can't buy happiness...but it can buy you the things that make you happy. Don't resign yourself to life as a Wendy's chef. Do more. >6. But happiness isn't always about money. Nourish the things you cherish, be it family, hobbies, etc. >7. Hitler was right, but unless another one comes around there's not much we can do about it now.
There's your 7 basic rules to life, youngfags. Pic unrelated except to grab attention.