Hello Brian,I am a girl (as far as I know), this is true, but I don't know enough about you or enough about what it is you are looking for to tell you what you need to do in order to meet a female. I will tell you that it's not necessarily a bad thing that you haven't met someone yet. You're only 21 (not old on the scale of things) and it's better to wait and be sure that you're compatible with the person you find to date than settle for any old snatch and date some vapid ho who talks endlessly about her fingernails all day long. You sound like a dork so you had better seek out a dork woman. Despite popular belief, we do exist. You might have to look in a place that you ordinarily consider to be a crappy or invalid place to meet people, such as, oh, say... the INTERNET? But if it's people with similar interests you seek, you have to actively pursue people in the places where those types of people usually congregate. No woman is going to come knocking on your door with a dripping wet vagina and breakthrough coding tips for you or a way to use the magic wand tool that you had never before considered.Stay away from the creepy women with children. If you are not ready for a family there is no reason you should be adopting some slut's spawn just so you can feel better about having a significant other in your life. My guess is, as I said, you are not looking in the right places. But it's up to you to decide what places you are best fit to look in, so I can't really offer you any better advice than that. By the way you correlate DDR and dancing in real life, I beg of you not to ever dance in public lest the person you are with combust in horror. Cooking a woman a tasty meal is always a romantic plus, though, so that might be a good date idea for you if you are ever able to figure out where you have to look for the ideal woman for you. I have a feeling that when you find her you will have no problems talking or asking her out, but dammit, get looking in more likely places. There are girls out there who like the same things that you like and care about the same things that you care about, I promise you, and having something to talk about will be no problem for you once you find them.
Yeah, good luck there, Romeo.
Hey there dude,In a word, "nope." I really disliked my short time in med school and all of the people that I met in it and through it. I mean no disrespect to you or to others who may have chosen to pursue the medical profession, but the folks that I knew were all very ambitious and honestly did not care so much about helping people or providing medical care to those who may not be able to afford it as much as they cared about one-upping the people they were in class with. I don't want to work with those people nor am I blind enough to be able to ignore them. I know that I'm not one of them, mainly because I tend to be a lazy slob.My other problem with becoming a doctor was that I truly enjoyed the diagnostic pathology and patient-consultation parts of the job but I truly disliked the necessary biochemistry behind it. This is pretty lame seeing as the foundation of medicine is pretty much in the biochem you have to muck through in order to progress to the next tier of learning. Not only did I dislike the chemistry, I was shitty as hell at it. I have a good memory, but I don't think that I have the necessary analytical skills to do well in it, not by a long shot.I'm not sure what ever made me think that I would enjoy being a doctor but I know that whatever that thing was has been thankfully set on fire and thrown into a ditch. I am sure that the career itself is very rewarding and enlightening but I know for a fact that I am not the kind of person who would enjoy going through the necessary steps to get there. Good luck to you, though, doc.
No way, Juan Carlos.
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