I was a computer engineer in college until I switched my major. After I switched, I publicly declared I will never do math again. Surprisingly, I do pretty well avoiding it. I tend to use my phone or excel in most situations. When it comes to leaving a tip at a restaurant, my wife rights down whatever and I just sign.I was a chemical engineer and though its pretty important, now I avoid chemistry like the plague. if you are talking about "chemistry" like with relationships, I'm pretty oblivious to that sort of thing so i guess not important to me.
so why are you soooooo intolorant? Have you ever been in a relationship where you became intoxicated by the other just for stepping in the room? Or do you only have intelectual relationships?Depends.
Its not a matter of chemistry... its more of a tolerance. I'm very quick to judge people and know exactly what kind of person they are (I have deushbag radar). I will not hang out with people I cannot stand and I will enjoy the company of people I can tolerate.
Intolerance is relative. I don't think I'm intolerant at all - I could get along with any person of any race, culture, or belief without prejudice. But put me in a room with a superficial Hollywood celebrity and I would claw my way out of the room.so why are you soooooo intolorant? Have you ever been in a relationship where you became intoxicated by the other just for stepping in the room? Or do you only have intelectual relationships?
I can understand this. For me its also like the re-quoting of The Sixth Sense "I see dumb people. They're all around me, and they don't even know they're dumb." :tongue:Its about respect. I can't have a meaningful relationship (romantically, friendship-wise, etc) if I don't have respect for the person. I won't have respect for a person just over physical appearances. Its not about success or even intellectual compatibility...