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    Weird question, but I was just debating with my sister what profession would be most/least desirable in a partner/spouse.

    Any preferences/dislikes? The reasons for your decisions would be interesting as well
    Furthermore, be as politically incorrect as you like. Stereotypes are welcome. This isn't meant as some highly intellectual, post-modern debate.

    I'd say:

    Most: General Practitioner (free health consultations Very practical)
    Least: Any type of artist, as in actor, painter, poet, etc. (Too emotional, sensitive and erratic)
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    As long as they aren't a prostitute, escort, hit man or a drug dealer then I don't care what profession they are in or if they have a rich wage or not. If it were up to me though, I would love to be with a guy who works to help animals so either a vet or an animal rescue worker - something like that
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    (Original post by Desideria)
    Weird question, but I was just debating with my sister what profession would be most/least desirable in a partner/spouse.

    Any preferences/dislikes? The reasons for your decisions would be interesting as well
    Furthermore, be as politically incorrect as you like. Stereotypes are welcome. This isn't meant as some highly intellectual, post-modern debate.

    I'd say:

    Most: General Practitioner (free health consultations Very practical)
    Least: Any type of artist, as in actor, painter, poet, etc. (Too emotional, sensitive and erratic)
    Doctor,engineer,lawyer,wild life worker,architect,banker/working in finance
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    Blondie987 I'm not going to recycle it this time! :hide:

    I guess anything like vets, doctors, nurses, charity workers etc give plus points and anything unethical gives -.

    And anyone who's followed their dreams :borat:
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    Would that be the best/worst?
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    It would probably be from the list of typical Indian professions tbqh.

    I don't really mind as long as there is an ambition and it's respected. Although, thinking about it now, I would stay away from doctors...
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    I tend to be attracted to teachers, support workers, people who work in the charity sector etc.
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
    Would that be the best/worst?
    Best, because open criticism of moderation is a cardable offence on here.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    Best, because open criticism of moderation is a cardable offence on here.
    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
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    A hooker. The rimmies are to die for.
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    One they don't care for so that when I earn enough, they can stay home and cook for me <3
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    Fitness model.
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    Ooooh maybe a fireman but they have odd hours. Maybe a vet

    Worst would be an accountantor bank type person
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    (Original post by Desideria)
    General Practitioner (free health consultations Very practical)
    You're being ripped off.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    Best, because open criticism of moderation is a cardable offence on here.
    No it isn't.

    Discussion of specific moderation actions is, as they should be discussed in AtCT, posting publicly generally leads to misrepresentation.

    You can criticise moderation if you want to, it helps if it's constructive. Obviously, insulting the site's staff or volunteers isn't going to go down well though.
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    Police Officer.

    Dunno why, I've never seen an unattractive police woman.
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    (Original post by apronedsamurai)
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    (Original post by Desideria)
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    Best: A doctor or a lawyer. In life we'll need both of these at some point, so it helps if there's someone in that family that's familiar with some areas already.

    Worst: A soldier who's away overseas for long periods of time. I'd hate to be left behind by myself for ages, not ever knowing if they'll make it back in one piece.
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    Chef, obviously. I'd never be asked to cook and all the food we'd eat would actually be held to standards.
 
 
 
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