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posted 10/2/2008 12:04:11 AM |
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  HxCfAn

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I would love to have some feedback from the lovely ladies of this site.
Does a man in college fair better than a blue colored worker?
Meaning.....Do men, that have spent more time in college getting a higher education have more luck with you than a man that has spent most of his life as a regular blue collar worker?

I have wondered that for ages now. I personally am in the final stages of a bachelors degree in science/business and for the luck of me I cannot find a female interested at all. It seems the random gas clerk that barely speaks English has more "pull" with the females than a highly educated person as myself.

To the men, who have attended college even for 1 semester, can you shed some light as to your struggles or successes with the opposite sex?

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Looking4ever

Oct 2 @ 12:13AM  
Personally, I find a man with a brain (that he actually uses) a MAJOR turn on. However, that does not mean I am impressed by a piece of paper. Having a degree does not necessarily mean a man uses his brain. And, on the flip side, not having a degree does not make a man less intelligent. I am all for brains over brawn.
lunanegra

Oct 2 @ 12:20AM  
What LFE said.

Also,I come to find that not all who attend college are necessarily seeking higher education;some are there to party or because of familial pressure..this is from an anecdotal standpoint. I haven't really met too many college kids who were typically "bright",lol.
evild614

Oct 2 @ 12:22AM  
Depends on the woman. The ones who are in school as well, you have a better chance with because you have something in common. On the other hand, there are women out there who see the blue-collar lifestyle as a sign of hard-edged masculinity- something popular culture rarely associates with being an intellectual.

But this all changes when you get older and start using that piece of sheepskin to rake in some cash. Then the younger girls from both sides of the tracks will be at your feet.

So I guess you could say that college has the same effect on your sex life as it does on your wallet- you have to endure four years of lean times as an investment for riches later on down the road.
HxCfAn

Oct 2 @ 12:25AM  
Well I can say without sounding like a complete bullshit artist, that my college experiences have not been filled with drunken episodes and random "where are my pants" mornings. Would I mind? Not at all. For me it has been about bettering myself anyway I can. And college seemed the better choice for me. Most however tend to take the party life in college way to serious and go "balls to the wall" diving in head first with keg parties and shit like that. To me a nice night at a bar with good music is much better than a bunch of moronic assholes trying to compete for vagina.
HxCfAn

Oct 2 @ 12:27AM  
Well put evil.... ROCK ON \,,/
Pornosaurus

Oct 2 @ 1:04AM  
I was denied admissions to one of the worst universities in the nation, then I carried a 4.0 in the honors program, with all my classes having been for honors credit...

I've been laid more times after college, than before, if that were a consolation.
StraddleMyNose

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Oct 2 @ 1:08AM  
To the men, who have attended college even for 1 semester, can you shed some light as to your struggles or successes with the opposite sex?

I went to college, and I never really noticed any difference. I have never had any trouble getting women.
HxCfAn

Oct 2 @ 1:11AM  
I guess I am the special one then. No sex from the normal college hookers that get fucked on pool tables, the random " your a college guy? Fuck me now" groupie, or the I am smart but I have a very dirty side bookworm bitch. Sucks to be me sometimes. Oh well.
dmbchick420

Oct 2 @ 9:49AM  
It doesn't matter to me whether he has a college education or not. What matters most is how he uses his brain, how he treats me, and whether or not he is employed....if he is a rocket scientist or a gas station clerk makes no difference to me!

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