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Ha ha ha ha ha! Hilarious!
your statements are witty, honest, and accurate... but the will not change reality.And the reality is... I love my Zune!
Man, you're good.
There's a difference between ignoring a smart girl and happening to not notice her. It'd be hard to deliberately cast off a smart girl because they can have all sorts of looks. Generally, it seems universal to all girls to be passive rather than aggressive because they don't like being rejected either (probably moreso than guys) so much so that eventually the guys that'd dig smart just get passive as well, and then everyone's alone.It all works out though!
I'm feeling depressed after reading Anonymous's comment :-)Just as well I have an ipod, which, from your diagram I have decided is also a pretty, smart girl - obviously hidden in the Extras menu...
Love zune? Is that for reals?Been following your observations for a while, even started using your diagrams in conversation to explain things now. Agreed. Brilliant.
There's a quote from someone or other (I can't find it on google, it might have been a friend); 'Beautiful, Smart, Crazy. Pick two.' Related, perhaps the subject for another card.
pretty sure that should be "pretty, smart, NOT crazy, pick two"
Stupid nice guys.
Nice guys always finish last... I would know.
HAhhah pretty good portrait of what iPod is.
someone explain, please.
well, according to your graph...a very small percentage of pretty girls ignore the "nice guys", a very small percentage of nice men ignore the "smart girls". Seeing that these percentages appear to be so small we can imagine them to be inconsequential (is that a word?)... as some "pretty girls" are indifferent to "nice guys" and again some "pretty girls" like "nice guys", and some "pretty girls" love "nice guys" apply same to "nice guys" reaction to "smart girls"
This graph looks like boobs! Coincidence...?
The iPod-calibur women ignore nice guys too, it seems.
Story of my life, Jessica!Have you heard the Pelle Carlberg song Clever Girls Like Clever Boys Much More Than Clever Boys Like Clever Girls?A sad reality.
"It'd be hard to deliberately cast off a smart girl because they can have all sorts of looks."I think Jess is at least crediting the guys with talking with the girl before deciding on her intelligence--rather than judging on looks alone. A generous thought on her part.
Haha. Some time ago I wrote an article which seems somewhat appropriate here.Thank you for making graphs what they should be: superfuntastichappytime!
daniel and anonymous directly below daniel: "Looks, brains, personality, athleticism; pick two." At least that's how I've heard it.
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