I want my girlfriend to be smarter/dumber than me.

Posted by: Neebie

Guys, which do you prefer?

  • Smarter

  • Dumber

87% 13 votes
13% 2 votes
  • So we can both handle situations together easier. As well as we can both discuss about smart topics, instead of having to explain consistently upon the topic.

  • If I HAD to choose, I'd want her to be smarter, so I can learn some stuff and come out of the relationship with some new information as well as good times.

  • This, or of same intelligence.

    Posted by: gabep
  • My current one is attracted to me for being smarter. If she was smarter ... i might not be on her radar and we might not be together anymore. I don't want that.

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Haroush says2015-07-31T00:52:25.5254330Z
I don't want my partner to be smarter or dumber. I want my fiance to be just as intelligent as I. Also, part of the reason women are having such a hard time finding men is because many of them are looking for men who are smarter than them while supporting an education system that is biased against men. Then there are those stupid women who think they can just get a guy that is dumber then them to feel more comfortable about their insecurity, but fail to realize this is only their perception the guy they are messing with is dumber than them. Which is why many of these type of women get cheated on as the men who have to deal with women like this feel neglected, used, and abused.
Kreakin says2015-07-31T15:47:58.3356204Z
My g/f is smarter at communicating, emotionally more intelligent and better at maths etc. I'm better at technology, sport, music, etc. Intelligence is multifaceted so each is likely more able in different areas, if between you both you have a good rounded intelligence in all areas you should have a pretty powerful relationship as long as you communicate well.
Kreakin says2015-07-31T15:49:38.7250671Z
Each partner compensating for the others deficit in that area.

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