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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    What's being called a twerp by a twerp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    When you gave advice, did you just want to hear yourself talk, or were you actually trying to help?
    Lol. So you are trying to prove to everyone you are a douche then. Carry on. And also, it is "let's hear it" not "let's here it"... Since you are supposed to pretend you are smart on this board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    it's not your cockiness that bugged people, it's your twerpiness
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    You're just wrong brah.
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    Learn, buddy!
    Forget these fools, Wilton. They don't know what it's like to be superior in every way to all the people around them like you do. They have never been an island of spectacular, sparkling genius in a sea of dull, paisley averageness like you are. You asked for advice and they didn't answer with the exact thing you wanted to hear, so they're obviously wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisepassion View Post
    Lol. So you are trying to prove to everyone you are a douche then. Carry on. And also, it is "let's hear it" not "let's here it"... Since you are supposed to pretend you are smart on this board.
    It bet that makes you feel so good.

    If you were actually following along with the whole conversation and listening to me, you would have seen that I wasn't being rejected by girls because of my intelligence, therefore your advice was useless. I was just bored and not connecting, which I said a few posts back was actually because I was closed off emotionally.

    After that and your snobby correction, I'm just going to assume you're full of hot air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    Forget these fools, Wilton. They don't know what it's like to be superior in every way to all the people around them like you do. They have never been an island of spectacular, sparkling genius in a sea of dull, paisley averageness like you are. You asked for advice and they didn't answer with the exact thing you wanted to hear, so they're obviously wrong.
    I don't recall asking for advice... I was and always am open to it if it makes sense, but I didn't shut them down because I think I'm superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloodorchid View Post
    When is a door not a door?
    When it's a jar. What's the difference between a virgin and a washing machine?

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    I was just bored and not connecting, which I said a few posts back was actually because I was closed off emotionally.
    There is an edge to certain types of really smart, well educated people that I don't respond well to. It's not a problem with them, it's just a bit of a personality trait I don't care for.

    It sounds like you enjoy the company of women in Florida who are probably a little more down to earth than women in California (you are from California, correct?). I feel like southerners and Midwesterners tend to get a long, while east coasters and west coasters tend to get along.

    Honestly, maybe you just need a change of geography. I mean, at some point you meet people you can relate to, but you need to keep your mind open and keep meeting different types until something clicks. But you also have to realize that if you don't connect with someone, that the problem is not with them (or you), it's just a miss. For example, artsy, hipster people make me cringe. It's not that they are bad, I just prefer the company of redneck types, LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    Seriously, Wilt, check out the exchange turquoisepassion and I had up there. Fun, light, easy. And we're both pretty smart folks. And now there's a hot Asian girl who will totally make out with me on her next Colorado hiking trip, or when we run into each other in Austin. Learn, buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    For example, artsy, hipster people make me cringe. It's not that they are bad, I just prefer the company of redneck types
    You can hate hipsters with impunity. That's what they get for stealing PBR and flannel shirts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    There is an edge to certain types of really smart, well educated people that I don't respond well to. It's not a problem with them, it's just a bit of a personality trait I don't care for.

    It sounds like you enjoy the company of women in Florida who are probably a little more down to earth than women in California (you are from California, correct?). I feel like southerners and Midwesterners tend to get a long, while east coasters and west coasters tend to get along.

    Honestly, maybe you just need a change of geography. I mean, at some point you meet people you can relate to, but you need to keep your mind open and keep meeting different types until something clicks. But you also have to realize that if you don't connect with someone, that the problem is not with them (or you), it's just a miss. For example, artsy, hipster people make me cringe. It's not that they are bad, I just prefer the company of redneck types, LOL!
    I hate that term 'down to earth'. It feels like celebrated stupidity the way I often hear it used.

    Anyways, I think women in California are more power hungry, and women in Florida are sweeter, less fearful, less stuck up. It's not really accurate to call it feminism either. I met a couple girls last night who believed in feminist ideals yet retained their ladiness.

    You're basically right on the part about 'misses'.

    Actually, I met a couple guys at the bar that I had good conversations with too, and now I'm thinking that this phenomenon is not limited to females. But of course we are generalizing hardcore right now.
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