Comparing bfs to my dad

Even my most misogynistic bfs would admit I am intelligent and “not bad for a woman” iq wise and stuff like that.

Unfortunately I have been finding that men who are smart AND have good jobs (such as programmer, engineer) are usually very full of themselves or narcissistic, and/or don’t care much for relationships (they have too many hobbies/interests and intellectual pursuits are more important to them).

So the past few guys I dated were dumb. I’m not sure if they’re just average intelligence but I notice they seem to be significantly dumber than me.

Not only that but my dad is super smart and intelligent and knowledgeable and active and handy and is always constantly learning new things on his own.

Basically I grew up around a walking encyclopedia and computer genius. Now any guy who isn’t as smart I view as a downgrade and boring and like I don’t belong with him, like he is of a lower class or something.

I dated some intelligent guys but a few of them were sociopaths, only one was actually a good guy but he had mental problems (which I was fine with) and he also was narcissistic (literally told me he wanted to settle down with someone prettier and significantly younger even though I was a year younger than him lol).. he was also significantly below average height for a male but I guess his income was super high so that might be why idk

It’s just rare to find a guy who is as smart as my dad and doesn’t have a good income, and men with good incomes seem to have bigger egos and more options.

Does anyone have advice for me other than get plastic surgery? I feel like I’m extremely past that point. I’ve never been a shallow person who cared about appearance to an extreme extent, and I’m not interested because of the risks as well. I’m at a healthy weight and try my best to take care of myself, honestly not much more I can do physically speaking, unless I go all out and get extensions, fake lashes and other bs.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You'll never be happy

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Go date your dad, its clear you have some sort of weird messiah outlook towards him.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sorry I don’t like literal morons.. how tf am I supposed to enjoy someone’s company if they’re dumb af and don’t understand or know anything

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Trust me, if you're here. You're not much smarter than them. If anything you probably just have a really good ability to parrot shit. If your father was as smart as you say then he would equipped you to look for equally smart men, but he didn't so all I see is grandstanding from you.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          There’s a difference between smart and perfect

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Decide if you wanna be happy or comfortable. If anyone (man or woman) is the smarter and wealthier of the two in a couple, their ego is gonna show. If you can deal with that, pick comfortable.

    If you would rather be happy, pick a "dumb" guy. Guarantee he will have a lot more respect for you given he will look up to you.

    This may be due to your upbringing, but it seems you only rank guys on intelligence. It's a much more noble trait to evaluate than looks, but there's still more to a person than how smart they are. "Dumb" people can be better problem solvers, as they're used to not just knowing the answer, and are often more empathetic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Well actually the last dumb guy I dated was disrespectful as frick

      The “good” smart guy i dated was extremely empathetic..

      Anyways seems you’re speaking out of your ass and have never actually dated someone noticeably dumber than yourself. How tf are you supposed to solve any matter if they’re a moronic dipshit that refuses to use logic or facts for anything.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'm speaking from the knowledge of friends I have in these "categories."

        >The “good” smart guy i dated was extremely empathetic..
        >I dated some intelligent guys but a few of them were sociopaths, only one was actually a good guy but he had mental problems (which I was fine with) and he also was narcissistic (literally told me he wanted to settle down with someone prettier and significantly younger even though I was a year younger than him lol).. he was also significantly below average height for a male but I guess his income was super high so that might be why idk

        I guess empathetic and caring aren't quite the same here. The "good" smart guy here doesn't seem to care about you that much if he openly says to you "I would rather have a woman with traits x y and z."

        I'm sorry to hear that the last dumb guy you dated was disrespectful, but IMO you have an ego issue and that might play a part in it. A lot of the "dumber" people I know are actually really good guys. They make silly mistakes every once in a while, but they care for their friends, and are willing to hear you out.

        >Anyways seems you’re speaking out of your ass and have never actually dated someone noticeably dumber than yourself. How tf are you supposed to solve any matter if they’re a moronic dipshit that refuses to use logic or facts for anything.
        Talking to people like this makes them less respectful of you cause it gives the impression you don't care about what they're saying.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >I guess empathetic and caring aren't quite the same here. The "good" smart guy here doesn't seem to care about you that much if he openly says to you "I would rather have a woman with traits x y and z."
          Actually he cared a lot about, more than almost anyone has

          He is just honest, and a logician

          >I'm sorry to hear that the last dumb guy you dated was disrespectful, but IMO you have an ego issue and that might play a part in it. A lot of the "dumber" people I know are actually really good guys. They make silly mistakes every once in a while, but they care for their friends, and are willing to hear you out.

          Nah he was just not a good guy lol. Also men around their friends are extremely different.

          >Talking to people like this makes them less respectful of you cause it gives the impression you don't care about what they're saying.
          I mean it’s an anonymous forum, I don’t go around talking like this. And yea most of my experiences with dumbasses involves them spouting factually incorrect info and proceeding to argue with me about something they literally have zero knowledge of and claiming I am wrong.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Unfortunately I wouldn't want to date a girl knowing she has a history of being with sociopathic/abusive/dumb men because they were the best she could get. My advice would be to stop dating for a while and work yourself up to a financial and social position such that you're approaching the level as the type of men you want to date. Until then, you're just looking for an easy way out.

    t. engineer

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      lol guess I’ll die alone cause by the time that happens I’ll probably be 40

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not necessarily. You're young, you can work hard and achieve some nice goals in 1, 3, 5 years. But the mentality you currently have is immature, and I think that's also part of the reason you desire smart, wealthy guys.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I’m not young tho

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Huh, for some reason I thought you said you were. Anyway, try finding a stable guy at your income level and then build each other up. You may not become wealthy but you will be happy.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is either bait or you're doing it very wrong. Intellectual men are way more common than intellectual women, and the female IQ distribution is narrower, so there are more high-IQ men.

    >one was actually a good guy
    >he also was narcissistic
    Anon, I...

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, he wasn’t like evil or anything, just had bipolar disorder so he would have extreme highs where he thought he was god and hot shit

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This

      Yeah, he wasn’t like evil or anything, just had bipolar disorder so he would have extreme highs where he thought he was god and hot shit

      Then date your dad.
      The market is insanely, dangerously tilted in your favor, and you still can't figure this shit out?
      Skill issue (woman-brain).

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > I feel like I’m extremely past that point. I’ve never been a shallow person who cared about appearance to an extreme extent, and I’m not interested because of the risks as well.

    You may not see yourself as this, but with the way you've written your post, you come across as an extremely shallow and acrid individual. Hopefully you're not like this around men, or else that's the main reason they treat you like shit. You didn't need to throw barbs at one of your past boyfriends in your post, but you did it anyways. Men notice that shit and start to make you less of a priority in their lives.

    Intelligent men don't give a shit about a woman's intelligence. They may say they do, but that's lip service. Watch who they date. You, however, are explicitly looking for intelligent men. Men want to be around hot women so that they can have sex with them. However, there are other ways you can make men want to be around with you. Flatly speaking, if you're actually like your post on the inside, no man would ever consider seriously dating an acrimonious woman like you. In fact, your posts are filled with so much bile that I'm half tempted to call them bait written by an incel. Forget the appearance mods, go work on being an enjoyable person, both externally and internally

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No idea what part of my posts sounded angry or bitter I just stated my experience? I guess you must’ve automatically projected that since I’ve been “disappointed” in the past

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If that's the case, then your normal language is far more cutting than you even recognize. I get you're trying to be blunt, but stuff like this

        >Even my most misogynistic bfs
        >like he is of a lower class or something.
        >entire spiel about the ex
        >Sorry I don’t like literal morons.. how tf am I supposed to enjoy someone’s company if they’re dumb af
        >speaking out of your ass

        That gets noticed by people, so much so that you seem like a less than pleasant person. As an aside, cut words like "misogynist" and "projecting" unless it truly fits the situation. It has the same valence and impression as a guy talking about "females" and "hitting the wall"

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I mean I don’t speak like this in person I don’t think, but just trying to get my points across in the most understandable way possible

          Maybe I shouldn’t have said the lower class thing but the other stuff was just facts

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Even if the other stuff was true, it's still very charged. To a neutral figure, it sounds like you're poisoning the well on those topics. For example, when it comes to the intelligent-but-short ex, the way you worded it made you sound as if its a sore spot and you're seeking support against him. Honestly, it would've been better if you had left him out of your post because it sounded like an unprompted tit-for-tat. As for your stance on dating lesser intelligent people, you're conflating wisdom with intelligence, and then selecting for intelligence and expecting wisdom. Finding both in a person is exceptionally rare, and extremely sought-after by other women. On that account, if you're looking for a man with both (like your father I assume), you have to recognize your intelligence alone isn't enough to stand equal to that man. If you want to be treated like an equal, you have to also have that level of wisdom. Since you're probably looking for someone wiser and/or smarter than yourself, it has to be recognized that you aren't a co-lead in that relationship. He's the leader.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Intelligent men don't give a shit about a woman's intelligence.

      diff anon here, i have a masters degree to prove my intelligence and i care mostly for intelligence. if a woman is not a good conversational partner i can't give enough fricks about her no matter her looks

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you think a masters degree proves that youre intelligent? lol, lmao even. this proves how moronic you are. (i have one too, and im on my second bachelors now)

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I have an MD. When I wrote that post I was speaking about the majority of intelligent men. I only like smart women myself, but its not worth basing a rule off of an outlier

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >muh salary
    >muh intelligence
    >muh height
    >muh dad
    >muh feelings
    You sound like a complete piece of shit.
    Have a good life.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >he also was narcissistic (literally told me he wanted to settle down with someone prettier and significantly younger even though I was a year younger than him lol)
    LOL to you. I'm average height and I was turned down for a date by a girl who is two inches shorter than me who said wanted a man at least four inches taller than her (that is, two inches taller than me).

    OP, you're not disclosing all your criteria, that's the problem. You're probably lying to us and probably to yourself as well (since you're so smart): you have a whole laundry list of requirements and if a man fails just one then he's "no good." You will eventually be a 40-something bitterly complaining that all the good men are taken.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You are literally stuck in the mindset of a small baby toddler. Grow up you homosexual punk. There wont be a daddy comming for little bubu. Understood? You are nosey reddit tier scum i can smell this through the screen.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There arent many smart guys around in the first place. Just a few percent.
    The best of them get snapped up and taken off the market quick.
    Intelligence also correlates with introversion, and those types also tend to like being alone. Looks also tend to matter less to these guys.
    Honestly, it's probably too late to get the kind of guy you want. They're gone and they aren't really even looking for you either. You would have had to find one in university most likely.
    My suggestion though is to get into some nerdy / geeky hobbies. Those personality type guys join clubs, play games.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They're gone
      Not all. I'm still single (

      >he also was narcissistic (literally told me he wanted to settle down with someone prettier and significantly younger even though I was a year younger than him lol)
      LOL to you. I'm average height and I was turned down for a date by a girl who is two inches shorter than me who said wanted a man at least four inches taller than her (that is, two inches taller than me).

      OP, you're not disclosing all your criteria, that's the problem. You're probably lying to us and probably to yourself as well (since you're so smart): you have a whole laundry list of requirements and if a man fails just one then he's "no good." You will eventually be a 40-something bitterly complaining that all the good men are taken.

      ) and a bit like OP's dad.

      OP could join a fascist/natsoc political group (I don't mean larping) and find very high-quality men (high IQ chads) who have difficulty finding a suitable woman, but she probably won't.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm still single
        That anon's point is that we are hard to find, single or not. Which is true, and also true for smart girls.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        People who openly espouse socially-unacceptable views (regardless of how "right" you believe them to be) tend to be unhinged. A lot of right-wing guys will have those views and be quite upstanding--certainly more committed and disciplined than the typical leftist--but that's typically not the kind of guy to put a big "kick me" sign on the back for 95% of his peers. Not unless he has 'frick you' money and superhuman dedication, which the typical dude giving Roman salutes on a highway overpass doesn't.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Those tend to have very low empathy

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      lol I’m in my late 20s at this point it would be weird to join those groups

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're going to have to actively do something to come into contact with the types of people you want to meet, and they do tend to congregate in similar pastimes.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What pastimes? If they’re working in the big 4 or other tech companies I’d assume they just hang out with their friends doing similar things.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >f they’re working in the big 4 or other tech companies
            Some will be. Some won't.
            The top 2% of men by intelligence is ~3 million guys in the USA. Academia, tech companies only get a tiny, tiny fraction of that population. The rest of them are out there.
            in terms of pastimes... reading will be a big one. Strategy / tabletop games, science/tech as hobby.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    All the guys you are describing are either taken or have mental problems

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You’re not going to find us at this age without a lot of dumb luck. I’m an engineer making damn good money at a fortune 50. I have my own private practice side hustle too. My friends group is locked in from my early twenties and I don’t care to make more outside the odd golfing acquaintances. My routine is set and I have a FWB colleague of mine that tends to my physical needs. I fire up a dating app once every six months MAYBE and that’s only because I want some company for my reservation at my favorite fancy restaurant and I usually never see the woman again.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Not OP but you sound like an butthole anyway.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Hey, someone has to be the golden-handcuffed israelitesucker upper-middle class.
        He is an engineer at a Forbes 50, which automatically means he swallows antiwhite propaganda and plays along with it like a good little goy, just so the big boys allow him to keep his toys. Would you want to do that?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe you just had a string of bad luck, since a lot of guys are shitty, but it comes off like you're specifically attracted to awful traits in men. For example, you described the narcissist (and douchebag who apparently told you you weren't pretty enough) as a "good guy".

      How do you usually meet guys? If you mostly rely on random interactions rather than social circles, hobbies, volunteering, etc., and you wait for guys to approach you first, then it'll generally be the least agreeable, lowest-inhibition guys who ask you out. Try giving men an opportunity, in an appropriate setting, to learn a bit about you and develop an interest beyond the superficial.

      t. postgraduate degree in engineering

      >yeah, I have an FWB, lol
      OP doesn't want to find manprostitutes.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        go back

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Frick plebbit

          My point was that the guys OP is looking for quite simply don’t have the time in the day to maintain a gf. They made that decision a while ago and most likely chose their career instead of going the family man route.

          Depends what she means by "good job". If she means an executive or Fortune 500 employee, sure, these are almost all Type A personalities who do nothing but work.
          But personally, I went into engineering so I would be able to provide for a family. I'd otherwise have gone into something working with animals, but good luck supporting a stay-at-home mom that way.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I think I did mention what it meant. Engineer, programmer etc.

            Like 5000 a month. Depends where you live though I suppose.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        My point was that the guys OP is looking for quite simply don’t have the time in the day to maintain a gf. They made that decision a while ago and most likely chose their career instead of going the family man route.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I mean I met a few of my bfs online, one through mutual friends, one at driving school

        I don’t think where I met them made a difference in their quality honestly

        Before I moved countries I went to a hobby group and met a few guys there but even the shyer ones didn’t seem particularly interested even though I had conversations with them

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Hmm. Could just be bad luck. Online is generally a bad place to look. It takes the negative selection effects to the extreme.

          >even the shyer ones didn’t seem particularly interested even though I had conversations with them
          Higher inhibitions, unfortunately.
          I still think this is your best bet, with patience. The trick is to give a guy you're open to dating a reason to approach (something unique to your personality or character, and if you can manage it, that you're single). You might do this naturally, if you're also trying to find out a little about him, like if you ask about a book he's reading.

          I think I did mention what it meant. Engineer, programmer etc.

          Like 5000 a month. Depends where you live though I suppose.

          Are you American? 60k/year is a fairly low bar anywhere near most medium-sized cities.

          As an aside, some of the guys are dunking on you for your choice of words, but I didn't find anything wrong about how you expressed yourself. I don't think you should feel guilty for having preferences or standards.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Just to mention, the weird extroverted ones were “interested” but they were clearly players lol

            >Online is generally a bad place to look. It takes the negative selection effects to the extreme.
            Yeah but it’s convenient and also opens the possibility of meeting people you wouldn’t normally meet (because they don’t go outside for example, lol)

            >The trick is to give a guy you're open to dating a reason to approach (something unique to your personality or character, and if you can manage it, that you're single).
            Honestly the place which I’ve moved to seems to have a rather poor quality of humans, and though I speak the language I’m worried they won’t accept me with my accent.

            I am not American, but even in parts of America that should be a good enough salary to live off of, for a single person at least

            Yeah idk the word thing was strange..

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Also yes, that guy was good lol. First of all everyone around him noticed how good he was (he was significantly nicer and more empathetic than the average man, and probably woman too). Secondly he did a lot of selfless stuff to help me. I think it’s nice he was honest about his requirements (also I think they at least partly stemmed in ocd which is just mental illness and not because he’s a jerk). Ultimately if the factors/our circumstances at the time were a bit different he might’ve settled for me but unfortunately I just got super unlucky. He was pretty much the perfect bf.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Okay, that sounds better. He just sounds like an autist, then.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just be a virgin and live in your Dad’s house. If your dad is actually as intelligent and active as you believe he is he will find you a perfect partner so just live with him until that day comes, and stay virgin or you’re moronic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      He’s not super social

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i wish i had an answer for you anon, i'm pretty much exactly the type of guy you're looking for but i don't ever leave my house because i work from home and all hobbies involve the computer, so i never leave my house except to go grocery shopping.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What hobbies are they? Couldn’t you meet someone from work?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        i've lived most of my life as a hermit, so most hobbies involve things with a computer. programming, creating stuff, reading, etc. i work as a freelancer, so i do not have coworkers in any meaningful sense. i do not have any way of naturally meeting people, which is a real problem for me actually because i really do want to someday have a family, honestly kinda asap.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    op, you do sound quite insufferable.

    >Even my most misogynistic bfs
    first sentence of a post. why talk shit about your previous partners the very first thing?
    and if they were mysoginist, why fricking date them at all?

    i assure you sociopathy is not a common theme in intelligent people. if indeed you find more such partners than statistically expected, it's again some issue with your partner choices.

    honest advice?
    go see a psychologist. there seem to be some psychological issues you have that you're oblivious of.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Consider stopping choosing men by "intelligence" and instead choose them by humility, kindness, courage, diligence, generousity. Being intelligent is just a cool perk, which ultimately does not matter in interpersonal relationships.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >just a cool perk, which ultimately does not matter in interpersonal relationships.
      anon what

      is being capable of holding a good conversation and acting reasonably in life a cool perk now?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Yes.
        They do not really matter longterm at all, just give you some benefits in the beggining. In the end knowing reason, wont change the emotion, so intelligence does not actually help to solve conflicts. Empathy does.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          dude, you can live without conflicts with your fricking landlord. relationship is about much more than just peace. if all i wanted was just not to be bothered i would choose solitude

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My take instead is the narcissistic it's really, you, so you cant stand anyone that challenges your own self-image behaving in a intelligent way.
    Hope this helps.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine rolling around with a hidden sense of superiority, lacking empathy and accountability.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Does anyone have advice for me other than get plastic surgery?
    the hard truth is that no man is worthy. you'll be happier focusing on female friendships and bettering your community.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Women hate and have zero respect for other women and get jealous and petty of each other

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Well you certainly ain't gonna find a male friend

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        male cope and projection, you guys cry all the time how your friends don't actually care about you

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          No, we like our bros.

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sometimes people are smarter than you think. You only see them as boring because you're not flexible. Not to say that dumb people don't exist but you know what I mean

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You're your own worst enemy. You decry qualities in men that you unknowingly harbor yourself and your vernacular and personality reeks of a male in his 20's. Or perhaps that's just how you come across. If you can't look within, you'll be miserable throughout. More importantly, you need to adopt a different outlook when it comes to mate selection. Long term the best way to look at it is "If I'm happy with 60% of who he is, can I over look the 40% I don't like?" You're never gonna find someone who "ticks all the boxes" and it's a fool errand to say otherwise. Don't get plastic surgery and don't change who you are, the worst outcome of all is to find someone but lose yourself in the process.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Her standards are reasonable. Finding a guy who is intelligent, capable, and of good character is not a crazy thing that she should compromise on. If she were insistent on finding

      >I’m at a healthy weight and try my best to take care of myself,
      I mean... You can start working out? Just being at a healthy weight doesn't mean anything, you could be skinnyfat.

      Men don't generally care that much about women being toned. As long as she's a healthy weight, she's at 95% of her potential, and some guys actively prefer a 'softer' look. Exercise is great for its own sake, of course, but I don't think not doing it would hold OP back by much.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Men don't generally care that much about women being toned. As long as she's a healthy weight, she's at 95% of her potential, and some guys actively prefer a 'softer' look. Exercise is great for its own sake, of course, but I don't think not doing it would hold OP back by much.
        All men want a woman who is healthy. Many women look like shit because their hormones are all fricked up because they don't work out or eat healthy. It goes beyond muscle mass and applies to how their skin, hair, and nails look.

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I’m at a healthy weight and try my best to take care of myself,
    I mean... You can start working out? Just being at a healthy weight doesn't mean anything, you could be skinnyfat.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I read through your post (first mistake right?). I dont believe anything you said is true; mostly lies of omission. How can you hope to think through your problems when your base assumptions are false.

    > I dated some intelligent guys but a few of them were sociopaths, only one was actually a good guy but he had mental problems (which I was fine with) and he also was narcissistic (literally told me he wanted to settle down with someone prettier and significantly younger even though I was a year younger than him lol).. he was also significantly below average height for a male but I guess his income was super high so that might be why idk
    that right there; rambling. all over the place. what are you even saying.

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this is a new one
    >no you don't just need to be smarter, more wealthy, taller, and more connected than me
    >you also need to beat my DAD in every metric!
    no hope for foids

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If daddy is your ideal man then just boink him

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'll date ya. What state are you in?

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I read a little bit and it sounds like you might want some dick (wiener). You can get some at mine, but you best believe I ain't gonna be the one paying the airfare you b***h

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