Dating for smart people
However, the doc really hit a lot of reasons it’s hard to date people who consider themselves to be among the greatest minds of their generation, Ivy or not.Although, as a regular single gal, with an average IQ and a few Ivy League exes, I think there are a few items he left off his list.In March, the site partnered with MLB to create a dating website targeted at baseball fans looking for love.Thombre said the dating website is looking to form further partnerships with specific organizations and groups in the future but would not disclose names.However, this does not prevent Mensans from chatting up non-Mensans on Those who are interested in Mensa but not members can still interact online with members. that help define a person," Amarnarth Thombre, Match.com's president, told "What we've done is combine the technology of Match with these partnerships, where they can not only meet other Match members but also find each other very easily." After receiving requests from members for a Mensa-specific dating pool, Mensa contacted Match.com, who took a poll of its members and found that 80% of them valued high intelligence in a romantic partner.
You might go to plays, join a book club, and get together with intellectually compatible friends. While intellectual compatibility is important, it’s probably more important that your partner be kind, honest, have a compatible sex drive, bring out the best in you, and not be so problemed as to be a poor partner. If she truly loves you I am smart enough to recognize how that matters.
The smarter you are, the harder it is for you to get laid. So, in a piece for the Huffington Post, he gave his five reasons why smarties can’t get in anyone’s pants.
The Ivy League snob believes his fellow private college geniuses (yes, he even listed specific schools that qualify) suffer under the weight of their giant brains.
You brag about yourself, your college, and your achievements at least twice as much as you ask me questions. The only time you don’t take yourself seriously is when you’re so drunk you think you can act out. Instead of trying to compare our accomplishments, why don’t you see how we compliment each other. From your college admissions to your country clubs, everything you do is catered to your class. Then he goes and throws the name around in a way that drags your brand through the low-brow mud, despite its attempt to talk to a high-brow audience.
I know that you’ve been trained to toot your own horn as a way to impress people (like employers), but in a romantic setting, this behavior immediately shows me that you think you’re better than me. I know you think your drunk self is the way you think regular people act, but that’s just makes you seem like an even bigger pretentious d-bag. When are you just going to feel like you can share something? So, really is everyone in the Ivy League club all that?
This means that people are allowed to paste a Mensa badge on their profiles to signify their interest in the society, hopefully attracting fellow enthusiasts.