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You see, I don't actually recall him specifying that he wants to attract women with careers. And a massive generalisation of yours, saying that career women are only attracted to certain men.

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yeah but he clearly stated "any good jobs/professions" and you wouldn't consider being a fireman a profession, would you? Plus while being a fireman may attract women, you can't attract them in the workplace, as there aren't many women working for that job
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yeah but he clearly stated "any good jobs/professions" and you wouldn't consider being a fireman a profession, would you? Plus while being a fireman may attract women, you can't attract them in the workplace, as there aren't many women working for that job
Since when was being a fireman not a respectable profession?

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Gigolo. :borat:
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Nursing. I've met loads of women.
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teaching/doctor
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(Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
Construction and building. Or become a fireman.

Edit: I'm not even joking. Women are drawn to those sort of men.

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I personally find those kinds of guys droolworthy (hence my thread ), I thought that that was unusual though lol
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(Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
Since when was being a fireman not a respectable profession?

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I'm not saying being a fireman isn't a rewarding and respectable job, but by definition, a profession is a paid occupation that needs a formal qualification.
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Head of R&D at Tampax?
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(Original post by summer26)
I'm not saying being a fireman isn't a rewarding and respectable job, but by definition, a profession is a paid occupation that needs a formal qualification.
tbh I'd respect a fire officer sooner than alot of "professionals" not much danger or risk to health sitting in an office lol. (I work in a office myself)

though I find alot of professionals go either way in terms of respect, depending on the individual, for example you'd probably dispise most legal professionals that arent fighting your side lol.

debt collects/balifs (not sure if professional) for example are the scum of the earth, seconded only to traffic wardens (satans water and windproof coated lap dogs) (generally peoples job whos purpose is to go out of their way to penalise others)


I'd personaly rate doctors and medical pros one of the highest respected professionals but thats just me xD
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OP I would of said adult film star but you probably dont want to meet those women, unless your only goal is a less than innocent one lol.
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Just go to the damn pub and pick up a female. I do suggest a job though so you can afford to go out to meet people - they're not going to come find your house, after all.
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Medicine or law.
Although most of the support staff are female amongst actual lawyers it depends on the department, Family will be heavily female usually whilst litigation is pretty macho. On balance I reckon it's about 50/50, there are certanly more female dominated jobs out there.
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I know many girls who work in IT and do it quite good. I think it depends on character...
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(Original post by Le Nombre)
Although most of the support staff are female amongst actual lawyers it depends on the department, Family will be heavily female usually whilst litigation is pretty macho. On balance I reckon it's about 50/50, there are certanly more female dominated jobs out there.
Plus depending on what kind of lawyer you actually are, chances are you will not have the time or money (or both) to actually meet women and hold down a relationship.

That said, there are some very, very, very attractive female barristers/solicitors out there.

My advice - get a job you enjoy doing. Enjoy life - you'll come across as someone who is happy and positive. Très attractive.
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For goodness sake Bassetts...
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(Original post by InnerTemple)
Plus depending on what kind of lawyer you actually are, chances are you will not have the time or money (or both) to actually meet women and hold down a relationship.

That said, there are some very, very, very attractive female barristers/solicitors out there.

My advice - get a job you enjoy doing. Enjoy life - you'll come across as someone who is happy and positive. Très attractive.
True, I suspect at some City outfits it's pretty difficult to maintain a relationship wth someone on a different floor of the office never mind beyond the four walls.

Got to liven up taking instruction somehow

Also, good excuse to trot this one out: http://hotbarristerbirds.tumblr.com/
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Pizza delivery man if porn is anything to go by.
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Pizza delivery man if porn is anything to go by.
OP can enact him being the pizza man and him meeting babysitters hahahahahaha
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A plumber, use the old "I'm here to clean your pipes" lines then
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Choosing a career based on this is probably one of the dumbest things you could do
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