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    Engineer or veterinarian.
    I wouldn't like to be with a mortician, undertaker or taxidermist.
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    TSR troll celebrity.
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    healthcare profession e.g doc, nurse, dentist
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    Lawyers :love:
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    (Original post by fire_and_ice)
    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...
    How about all them Indian philosophy proffessors? :perv:
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    (Original post by Longshot700)
    Police Officer.

    Dunno why, I've never seen an unattractive police woman.
    You haven't spent enough time in the station

    Teacher, Nurse, Writer, Navy, Pilot, Army, Police, Actor
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    Same as me, an Engineer.
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    crossword compiler
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    Housewife.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Tend to be knackered, gormless, stale, and/or control freaks/philanderers

    Tend to be dorks

    Tend to be arrogant, materialistic, elitist douchebros

    Tend to be hippies who don't wash very often

    Tend to be about as exciting as some of their less interesting technical drawings
    I have some friends who are now junior doctors starting off and they aren't like that so much plus my dad was a doctor himself and he was so chill and less of a control freak.

    Engineers tend to quirky,aye

    So true about bankers,can personally vouch for this

    But the guys on nat geo aren't hippies,have you heard of boon smith? :innocent:

    Hahah,how do you know all this? Have you come across an architect?

    What about a stay at home dad?
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    (Original post by thunder_chunky)
    Housewife.
    Would lurrrv to be a housewife
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    Victorias Secret model. Preferably Taylor Hill.
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    (Original post by RobML)
    How about all them Indian philosophy proffessors? :perv:
    no tenk u, u can keep them all for yourself
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I have some friends who are now junior doctors starting off and they aren't like that so much
    Philanderers @ womanisers

    plus my dad was a doctor himself and he was so chill and less of a control freak
    Your dad is the exception not the norm

    Engineers tend to quirky,aye
    That's one way of putting it :ahee:

    So true about bankers,can personally vouch for this
    Yet you put them down as from a profession you'd most like as a partner?:mute:

    But the guys on nat geo aren't hippies,have you heard of boon smith? :innocent:
    Exception not the norm. They're usually soft, fluffy, guys with beer bellies e.g. named Barry or Steve

    Hahah, how do you know all this? Have you come across an architect?
    I've met people from all walks of life, and have indeed come across a few architects in my time

    What about a stay at home dad?
    They're a lot rarer than you might think. Never known one, personally, but you'd generally expect them to be very chill and/or submissive vs. their dominant/masculine/high powered partners :curious:

    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Would lurrrv to be a housewife
    Careful what you wish for, doll-snatch
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Tend to be knackered, gormless, stale, and/or control freaks/philanderers

    Tend to be dorks

    Tend to be arrogant, materialistic, elitist douchebros

    Tend to be hippies who don't wash very often

    Tend to be about as exciting as some of their less interesting technical drawings
    Do you even have a job?
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Philanderers @ womanisers

    Your dad is the exception not the norm

    That's one way of putting it :ahee:

    Yet you put them down as from a profession you'd most like as a partner?:mute:

    Exception not the norm. They're usually soft, fluffy, guys with beer bellies e.g. named Barry or Steve

    I've met people from all walks of life, and have indeed come across a few architects in my time

    They're a lot rarer than you might think. Never known one, personally, but you'd generally expect them to be very chill and/or submissive vs. their dominant/masculine/high powered partners :curious:

    Careful what you wish for, doll-snatch
    Still doctors but yeah my dad was an exception to the rule and my mum,although she was alittle bossy a lot of the times.

    Because who doesn't like a bad boy who doesn't treat them well. There's something weird about being attracted to the arrogant,banker types. It's like playing with fire.

    Looool thank god boon is different. Wild life workers are usually old anyway,or middle aged so not really what I'm looking for.

    Even prostitutes/hookers?

    Aye,I always imagine stay at home dad's to be these beta male type characters who are bossed around by their working partners. They really soft and sensitive and kind of take on both the mother and father role.

    Nothing is more rewarding to me than motherhood I guess and staying home to look after the little ones
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Doctor,engineer,lawyer,wild life worker,architect,banker/working in finance

    An engineer?

    Sure you will have very interesting dinner time conversations. :teehee:
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    An engineer?

    Sure you will have very interesting dinner time conversations. :teehee:
    Perhaps so
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    (Original post by Etomidate)
    Do you even have a job?
    Nope

    (Original post by queen-bee)
    my mum,although she was alittle bossy a lot of the time
    I can just imagine.. someone's got to keep you in line, after all! :naughty:

    Because who doesn't like a bad boy who doesn't treat them well. There's something weird about being attracted to the arrogant,banker types. It's like playing with fire
    Dear me. Well, good luck with that dear, let me know how it works out for you :yy:

    Even prostitutes/hookers?
    Yes I've known the odd sex worker in my time. Suspect a few of the girls at my modelling agency escorted/sugar daddy'd on the side too

    Nothing is more rewarding to me than motherhood I guess and staying home to look after the little ones
    A quaint sentiment that doesn't tally in the slightest with the above BS about getting with bad boys :dunce:

    (Original post by stefano865)
    An engineer? Sure you will have very interesting dinner time conversations. :teehee:
    Can discuss, at length, the finer points of the structural integrity of the diner table :borat:
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Because who doesn't like a bad boy who doesn't treat them well.
    Go make me a sandwich while shoot some heroin, bish
 
 
 
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