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Ponchy Tiger
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


intelligence

I have known plenty of women who were educated and still dumb as a stump.






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ArRazElle
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


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yellowfin


On my way.






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lsunurse
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If you're working as a nurse you had to earn some sort of degree/certification right? I think that counts as educated.




But I still do not have a college degree. I went to nursing school, got a diploma in nursing and took boards and received my nursing license.




But I don't have a degree. So based on your "I could never marry someone without a degree" I wouldn't qualify, correct?






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AngryBeavers
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correct, I think most people were full of piss and vinegar and thought they were hot shite the first few years after graduating college. I would probably be agreeing with angrybird 10 years ago but with age comes knowledge


It's obvious you all are much much older and wiser. I yield to all of you






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Gaston
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


Whichever one had better shaped boobs.





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AngryBeavers
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


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lsunurse


Probably yes. Is that what you are fishing for?






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Salmon
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


just trying to give you a little perspective

now go home to your roommate in your mid priced midtown apartment and fight over the good PS3 controller






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lsunurse
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


Just pointing out that not having a degree doesn't necessarily mean the person is a cashier at Walmart.







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DanTiger
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


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It's obvious you all are much much older and wiser. I yield to all of you


This is a message board and everyone here realizes that both sides feel compelled to take the most extreme point of view possible in order to get the point across. I am sure you associate with plenty of women without degrees on a daily basis and they understand every single word in your vocabulary.






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LouisianaLady
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?




I don't agree with everything he's saying .. or at least not the way he's saying it..
But I can certainly see where people in their early-mid 20s couldn't be with someone who never went to college if they did themselves.

Most everyone I know from home that never went to college does COMPLETELY different things in their free time than I do, has a different idea of what constitutes a fun weekend, has vastly different hobbies than me, don't care as much about LSU games or things that you come to love as a student, etc. Obviously that's not everyone.

I can absolutely see how that would change as you get older and you meet more established people. Let's face it.. at my age, people with AND without degrees are still working "jobs" for the most part.. not careers.






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AngryBeavers
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now go home to your roommate in your mid priced midtown apartment


Townhome sir






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VetteGuy
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DaSaltyTiger
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


Would you date a woman with only a h.s. education? NO

Would you marry a woman with only a h.s. education? NO

What's more important - intelligence or education? Both are equally important. Yeah, fricking is good. However, I want her to have a brain outside of the bedroom.






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VetteGuy
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


When I married my first wife I told her I was gonna f her brains out.
By the time I divorced her, I'm pretty sure I succeeded.






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chinhoyang
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


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When I married my first wife I told her I was gonna f her brains out.
By the time I divorced her, I'm pretty sure I succeeded.






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LSUwag
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


I'm late to this party but here is my opinion based on being meddle aged and having been married for 20 years.

When I was younger, the college education was very important. I married a woman who has an equal education and who has been very successful in her career.

As time has gone on, I would take a sweet, kind and loving woman any day of the week over a highly educated career minded woman. No offense to my wife, but, she is still to this day career minded and she puts her career first above everything else in her life. She is now a middle aged woman who can't figure out why she is unhappy. She has few friends and even her sister and mother have very strained relationships with her. It is all because of her attitude of always putting her career first and others in her life second. It is no way to live.

So short answer, I would take a less sophisticated woman any day of the week.






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houstontiger
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


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So short answer, I would take a less sophisticated woman any day of the week.


a traditional wife is much more appealing that the feminist version.






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LT
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


The correct answer is the one with the biggest tits.





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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


Answer the damn question? Intelligence or education.

I did lol though






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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: In a woman, assuming equal looks, is education or intelligence more important?


Elle





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