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(01-16-2019 06:35 PM)AntoniusofEfa Wrote:  I see college by default as a disadvantage.

While I am busy working on my STEM degree and having a part-time job to pay myself through college, I know that the campus is made up of mostly female students doing these very easy humanitarian degrees all while living off daddy's cash and running after the top GermanChads on Campus.

I can observe that the typical University girl is more arrogant, fatter, sluttier and generally less of an LTR material compared to a woman that did not go to University.

What is a germanchad? Do germans go for exchange in american universities?
01-16-2019 06:58 PM
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Women are known in interactions with most males to try to take from them in exchange for their time.

The most common example is using males for money.

The term Sapiosexual is revealing. It explains that a female with a higher education, especially a formal education, will be able to manipulate or take from a male easier than otherwise.

One of the simplest ways women judge whether to and to what extent to take from males is based on if they have more education or not.

I recommend reading at least 100 pages a day as a man after developing reading speed to not fall prey to women.

The only other way to get around this is to develop an extremely physically superior body ability, but even then as a man you will still have trouble long term.


So the answer is yes. Education does matter. It does not have to be formal education, but it matters for both men and women as perceived by both sides.

Education is a zero sum game with women no matter what they say. They want to in romantic and sexual relationships always be educationally overpowered by males even if they settle for less.



It is more than this, but it is similar to being able to fix a home necessity item. They are not always interested in knowing or hearing you can do so, but it is incredibly important to them when the time comes.
01-17-2019 01:09 AM
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You can be intelligent but not educated. Many Chinese girls are this way. Maybe she finished High school and went into the workforce but she:

saves 50% of her gross
doesn't drink
doesn't smoke
Only been in 1 LTR her entire life
doesn't get rawdogged by random dudes
eats a low-calorie diet so she can attract the best and most marriageable men
considers forming a family with a good man to be the best way to live
respects her father and mother

These all sound like intelligent people things. If a girl is this way I know she's intelligent.

I know Chinese girls with Bachelor degrees from foreign universities who:

drink
smoke
covered in tattoos
have no intention of marrying
thinks children are not something good
fuck a new guy every week minimum
don't save any money


Who is more educated here? Who is actually smarter though?

Don't get me wrong. I do like it when a girl is both educated and intelligent. I think it means she'll be that much better at homeschooling kids or helping me. I can't really say how much intelligence is too much for a girl. All I say that is that I find it deeply unattractive when an educated girl cannot stop trying to measure up to me. They tend to do this once they talk to me a bit and realize I'm a lot smarter than they are.

This gets especially brutal for them when I have insights into their culture that they don't have since they don't' spend any time thinking about it like I do.

These girls almost always blow themselves out of the conversation with me or ragequit when I start pointing out logical inconsistencies in their thinking.

But really. Who the fuck wants a debate partner as a mate? If I want to talk about real shit I can hang with my friends. I don't need to best Best buddies with some woman.

As far as how smart your woman should be, that's personal. I do like intelligent women. Sometimes it's nice to get a female perspective on things. I have to control for female nonsense and biases but girls can sometimes have some great insights if they're just using their intuition and flowing with things instead of trying to outsmart you at every step.

All that said, there is absolutely nothing wrong with a bimbo if that's your thing. Who am I to judge?
01-17-2019 01:37 AM
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(12-04-2018 05:01 AM)lunchmoney Wrote:  What is everyone's view on the level of education a woman has completed with relation to your attraction to them? If she is a 8 physically, but never went to college, is she out for a LTR? What if she has a Ph.D, but is a 5.5/6?

First of all, some great comments on this thread. Reading this was a huge relief from all the new age shit the forum's been full of recently. Thank you all for contributing.

In or out for LTR has no relation to education level whatsoever.

I have a sister 10 years my younger. She looks up to me a lot.

My parents weren't the best at raising kids -- don't get me wrong I'm not blaming them, they did their best and it's all in the past now.

I was the first kid too so I was the test bench pretty much and had to figure out most of how life works on my own. They did a better job raising my sister but not by much.

I tried to red pill her as much as I could. I told her to avoid the party/drug/twerk/shitty millennial culture, learn to find fulfillment in non material things, be mindful of yourself to find inner peace etc. and to find a guy who wants a family, house and kids (more importantly, one that knows within that he wants these, and not a guy that's cucked into thinking he wants that lifestyle)

My parents pretty much told the exact opposite -- chase money and career etc. They were very controlling to her and demanded a lot from her in school so she grew up with extreme psychological issues.

She's now in college, studying the same field as me, but her passion is molecular biology/genetic engineering/whatever (basically one of those STEM fields where if you're not top 1% you're basically unemployed). She wants to switch fields and go into academia and get a PhD because she says she doesn't care about the money and that's what she wants to do.

She didn't have a boyfriend until recently (didn't sleep around either as far as I know) she's now apparently dating a PhD student in that field. They're a few months in and the guy wants to introduce her to his parents. I don't know the guy so IDK if he's legit but I'd say PhD student and family intro sounds like he's serious about her.

I learned about this recently and so far I'm very happy about this. I hope the guy's legit, they get married and build a nice happy family.

Anyway to sum it all up.
  • Education level doesn't matter at all
  • Higher educated girls can be passionate about their study or maybe just money crazed career bitches
  • Passionate is good. Can be LTR material.
  • Career bitch is pump and dump material. Avoid LTR at all costs.
  • Hotter girls are often (but not always) less educated because they get a lot of attention, and that's like crack to these chicks so they stop giving a fuck about school and become attention whores.
  • The aforementioned attention whores realize at some point that, their lives are going nowhere, and the attention dries up as they get older so they try to land a guy as fast as possible, by any means, while still being fucked-up-in-the-head thots
  • Same goes for career bitches as they get older, because of similar reasons. (we call this 'hitting the wall') There is no avoiding the wall.
  • If you wife up any of these thots, you fucked up. (in that case we refer to you as 'cuck' or 'beta bucks')
  • A girl can be hot, caring, loving, passionate, and not an attention whore (wife material hold on to these)
  • If you watched that shit show called "how I met your mother" the hot/crazy scale is not much more than a joke -- personality is multi-dimensional
  • My argument is obviously "education doesn't matter" but age does. The higher the education level, the older the chick.
  • I'd say marry as young as possible because as time goes by, your value will go up while hers go down. This is easily demonstrated by the 10 year challenge Instagram shit that's been on recently. It's so funny that every single girl on my Instagram looked way hotter. (Guys look either way better or way worse depending on what they did in the last 10 years)

I dated a lot of college girls in college (and after too, for that matter) Mostly career bitches, competitive, envious, partying type etc. Career-wise, some of them made it by (a) hustling (b) and taking the easy way up the ladder thanks to PC culture © some hot ones went into fields like pharma sales and they play into the male thirst (d) being legitimately good at what they do, or (e) a combination of all these. Rest of them either married beta bucks or ended up miserable. The nice girls from my class, some of them got married and have great families. The rest are on their way there.

If I was looking for a LTR I wouldn't give a single fuck about the degree (but like I said above, there are statistically significant patterns so take these into consideration) For LTR choice, personality matters way more. What's she doing with her life? Does she know what she's doing? That's what matters.

Hot, young, well educated, smart, caring, loving, passionate, etc.. you can't have it all (actually you can but it's tough AF nowadays and I haven't met that many guys that do) so find a good balance

“Our great danger is not that we aim too high and fail, but that we aim too low and succeed.” ― Rollo Tomassi
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01-17-2019 02:13 AM
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(01-16-2019 06:58 PM)pk9090 Wrote:  
(01-16-2019 06:35 PM)AntoniusofEfa Wrote:  I see college by default as a disadvantage.

While I am busy working on my STEM degree and having a part-time job to pay myself through college, I know that the campus is made up of mostly female students doing these very easy humanitarian degrees all while living off daddy's cash and running after the top GermanChads on Campus.

I can observe that the typical University girl is more arrogant, fatter, sluttier and generally less of an LTR material compared to a woman that did not go to University.

What is a germanchad? Do germans go for exchange in american universities?

GermanChad is not different to original Chad. He is someone with good genetics, time and money to take care of himself, and access to women.

As for the second question, yes, lots of Germans go to exchange programs. Most of them to New York, LA, or Florida. I have been told that they get very loose and slutty in the US.
01-17-2019 06:34 AM
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Educated women are the best - when you can have a good conversation about novels, film, travel, history, art, philosophy its so much easier and you have more to the dynamic then just looks and sex.
01-17-2019 07:08 AM
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(01-17-2019 07:08 AM)flyinghorse Wrote:  Educated women are the best - when you can have a good conversation about novels, film, travel, history, art, philosophy its so much easier and you have more to the dynamic then just looks and sex.

+1 to this. Though it is hard to find an educated woman who hasn't bought it into feminism. They're rare, but exceptional company when you can find one.

Education is also a huge class signifier in most of the developed world. If a girl tells me she didn't go to university and she works some retail or worse job I'm going to assume shes either from a poor background (and so likely has family issues, or at least was raised with poor values), stupid (annoying to be around) or just lazy (terrible to be around, or raise a family with). None of those are problems for a one night stand mind you, but they're all major red flags for anything serious.
01-17-2019 11:33 AM
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(01-17-2019 07:08 AM)flyinghorse Wrote:  Educated women are the best - when you can have a good conversation about novels, film, travel, history, art, philosophy its so much easier and you have more to the dynamic then just looks and sex.

I tend to agree. For marrage/ltr purposes, I would want an educated woman. That to me is not the same as a career woman.
01-21-2019 11:18 AM
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There will be a correlation with smart women getting a degree from a good university and those who don't (or cant even get a degree).
01-21-2019 02:46 PM
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Education is nothing more than indoctrination meant to keep you a slave to the grind at some middle management job out in a suburban office park looking forward to your half hour lunch of diet joke & kentucky fried crap.
01-21-2019 11:24 PM
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Educated girls don't necessarily make my dick harder, but what can kill a boner pretty easily is when a girl acts like a complete retard. That shit is annoying. Much prefer girls with an education, but highly educated like PHD level doesn't do anything for me.
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(01-21-2019 11:34 PM)travolta Wrote:  Educated girls don't necessarily make my dick harder, but what can kill a boner pretty easily is when a girl acts like a complete retard. That shit is annoying. Much prefer girls with an education, but highly educated like PHD level doesn't do anything for me.

Your university system must be different. I have not noticed that the girls with a degree are somehow less retarded than those without. If anything, they have even less useful stuff in their brain, combined with the notion that they are better than other people due to their degree.
01-23-2019 05:52 AM
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