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    If you went to see a physiotherapist (a female or male one) would you prefer them to be young or old? Or no preference? And why? Just curious
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    I'd want someone who's good at their job, regardless of gender/age. No preference aside from skils.
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    (Original post by doggypounding 69)
    female and young
    Just because a young female telling you about your mind and ****, yes please.
    Btw what kind of ****ING question is that?
    Physiotherapist not Psychotherapist
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    Hah, wonder why they used the word 'f******''. Did they think it would emphasise their point. I swear myself but it makes me feel a bit weak/bit of a follower since most people use the word just to enhance the effect of what they are saying. So I dont bother much anymore
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    It's more the skill
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    (Original post by Ninja_R)
    I'd want someone who's good at their job, regardless of gender/age. No preference aside from skils.
    You wont know whether they are good at their job though will you. In reality its human nature to judge so thats all im asking about
 
 
 
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