Dating doctor pros cons
Brightside.” DJ sounds cool til you remember it’s an abbreviation for “disc jockey” which then just makes the whole thing seem ridiculous. Cons: Okay, he likes to go to the nice restaurants every week.
Pros: He’s smart, innovative, and doing something really cool that might possibly have a huge impact on the world and make a lot of money. Possibly good with money because he has plenty of it? And then straight home and to bed because he’s got to be at work at 7 am the next morning.
Add to this a healthy income and you have one of the most attractive potential partners for marriage.
Upon arrival, I sat down and really took in what he was saying, and I realized that his advice was not far different from what other matchmakers claim.
The only noticeable difference was the fact that he used Bible scripture to reinforce his ideologies.
Inspired by “25 Best Guys To Date Based On Profession“, here are some pros & cons of dating men in some of the most common vocations, based on stereotypes alone. (Double heh.) Cons: Hard to vent about your annoying coworker when your boyfriend’s lost a patient. Probably fairly broke (or needs to pretend to be in order to fit in with his grad school friends).
(In other words, for entertainment purposes only.) Pros: He’s probably good in an emergency — calm and level-headed. Can take care of your various extended family members when sick, do phone consultations, etc. Spends too much time in the library and/or with hot undergrad students. Maybe one day he will commemorate you by writing a novel about you. His self-flagellation is hard to take, and no, that’s not a euphemism.
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