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It's unlikely that a man with no degree would be confident enough to seriously date me. 
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Originally posted by Derri Derri wrote:

As long as he has a thirst for knowledge and truth, and seeks to build his environment up I could care less if he went to post secondary or not. I know an identity cannot be found on paper.

I worked in real estate and all of my clients who were doctors and lawyers wanted me to call them Dr. so and so. But wait, we are not in your office, you are in my office, secondly, you are not my Dr. and you are not at work so why must the person selling you a home call you Dr. or judge?

'I am a DOCTOR, so when are you coming to collect this Sold sign off my property???'



People and their egos are too much, and I find school and ego goes hand in hand a lot of the time, like the value of their life went up or something.
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Originally posted by Derri Derri wrote:




People and their egos are too much, and I find school and ego goes hand in hand a lot of the time, like the value of their life went up or something.

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Originally posted by Spokenword Spokenword wrote:

@sexyandfamous - so you think that social workers really wanted to be lawyers and doctors but chose that field because it was easier?

and they have to "settle" for being social workers? wow! what a slap in the face and total disrespect to those fields.


No, I do not. But I have met people (foster kids) who have done that: they wanted to be lawyers but settled with what they thought would be easier such as social work.


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Originally posted by trudawg trudawg wrote:

I also tend to notice those who discredit degrees the most consequently lack them. TBH, I was one of them before I invested the time an effort into getting them myself.


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Originally posted by Yardgirl Yardgirl wrote:

It's unlikely that a man with no degree would be confident enough to seriously date me. 
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Originally posted by Derri Derri wrote:

As long as he has a thirst for knowledge and truth, and seeks to build his environment up I could care less if he went to post secondary or not. I know an identity cannot be found on paper.

I worked in real estate and all of my clients who were doctors and lawyers wanted me to call them Dr. so and so. But wait, we are not in your office, you are in my office, secondly, you are not my Dr. and you are not at work so why must the person selling you a home call you Dr. or judge?

'I am a DOCTOR, so when are you coming to collect this Sold sign off my property???'



People and their egos are too much, and I find school and ego goes hand in hand a lot of the time, like the value of their life went up or something.


wow that's a bit too much.
question: were those people white or black?
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Since we are doing all of these dating/marrying threads, can someone make a 'Would you date a man who was a recovering drug addict' thread? Evil Smile
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Originally posted by juicifruit89 juicifruit89 wrote:


Completing a degree program is an amazing personal achievement, and shows commitment at completing a long-term project--people may complain about the debt, but I think very few truly regret going to college.




I think the ones who don't regret going to college are the ones who truly learned something and enjoyed the experience, or got a great job after graduating, or after 5-10 years have no more loans to pay, or met their soul mate.
The ones who just went without any goals, spent their first 2 years trying to figure out what they liked and then settled for anything just 'cause, most likely only enjoyed the parties, but regretted not making wiser choices.
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