Dating by Numbers

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      1. Exactly! I was always “too difficult,” or I spoke my mind too much. Often being told that I don’t think right. What does that even mean?! Oh well!

      2. Not thinking right means not processing and spitting things back out like “normal” people do. You’re not a robot. Congratulations! That is me too, so count yourself blessed to be in such amazing company. πŸ™‚

      3. Well thanks! I kind of figured that, but just never heard it put in such a disturbing way before.

    1. My mother always says that, that marriage is so much better than dating and to just “hold on.” Glad to know she wasn’t just trying to make me feel better about finding all the wrong people! πŸ˜‰

      1. Agreed (or, well, from my single standpoint). It’s more that I seem to randomly attract legitimately creepy people, hahaha, so there’s that. Those experiences make for interesting blog posts, so they weren’t for nothing!

      2. I don’t believe in random attraction. There’s something about people that draw in others, and sometimes your vibe isn’t what you wish it was. Believe me. I’ve been there.

      3. Agreed. Also, I was excited to see the Tennessee connection! I was at Vandy for undergrad. I can’t even imagine what the Philly-Knoxville transition was like.

      4. I can imagine, and for so many reasons… My only Knoxville experience came as a cheerleader, with UT fans throwing bottles at us. O-o

      5. Oh yes, we were the number one party school in the nation when I went to UT-K, and I remember having the whole place shut down on a weekend when there was a game. For a scholar such as myself, that was simply unacceptable. You can guess who won that argument.

      6. Vandy took #1 one year I was there, too, so I get that. “Work hard, play harder” was the mantra there, so at least everyone is very dedicated to studies, social change, career, etc. in addition to alcohol!

      7. Stay tuned; that noble quest is why I abandoned my PhD pursuit. And ditto! I’m glad I found your page.

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