You need to be really perceptive to comprehend the dynamics of a genius's relationship.I am a real genius — most people believe so — and that makes me technically competent to write this very delicate piece.You brag about yourself, your college, and your achievements at least twice as much as you ask me questions. The only time you don’t take yourself seriously is when you’re so drunk you think you can act out. Instead of trying to compare our accomplishments, why don’t you see how we compliment each other. From your college admissions to your country clubs, everything you do is catered to your class. Then he goes and throws the name around in a way that drags your brand through the low-brow mud, despite its attempt to talk to a high-brow audience.I know that you’ve been trained to toot your own horn as a way to impress people (like employers), but in a romantic setting, this behavior immediately shows me that you think you’re better than me. I know you think your drunk self is the way you think regular people act, but that’s just makes you seem like an even bigger pretentious d-bag. When are you just going to feel like you can share something? So, really is everyone in the Ivy League club all that?
The writing of the books was precipitated by the endemic dating woes on the Harvard campus, as I observed them as an advisor and, earlier, wallowed in them as a student.
Dating is at best another extracurricular, #6 or #7 down the list, somewhere between Model UN and intramural badminton.
I’ve been co-hosting young alumni events for name-brand schools for long enough to know that these kids come out a little lopsided (which sounds so much better than ‘socially awkward’, don’t you think? All they need is a little tune-up, or a proper dating textbook to get them going — plus a little practice.
They abide by a variant set of rules in their own relationships, which mostly harm their love life.
So if you are dating a real genius, you should strive to understand and appreciate their kind of relationship life. A genius is simply an individual who possesses and demonstrates supreme intellect, usually in a particular field.