I'm wondering, how many people would have a problem dating someone like this?

Would you have a problem with this?

  • You wouldn't date her because of THAT

    Votes: 4 5.4%
  • You wouldn't care about THAT

    Votes: 66 89.2%
  • You PREFER people like that

    Votes: 4 5.4%

  • Total voters
    74
  • #51
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I worked in a warehouse that delivered to ships (lakers). Safety was a big issue. You break a rule, and you can kicked off the dock and never allowed to return. They would frown at you. Safety was taken seriously. I left the job itself because of the risks involved. (The risks are even bigger considering I'm hearing impaired and would be less likely to hear something coming.)

Anyways, why wasn't safety taken seriously at the factory? I have no clue.

Sure she wasn't being very bright, but at my job, lots of things were dangerous that you didn't even think it would be. People worked like it was nothing, but they did warn you before you attempted it. Why didn't anyone warn the students about the bad habits around at work?
 
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That happens everywhere you. The whole purpose is to give some money to students, but get them to work for it a little. More like a scholarship program if anything just not titled as so.

Get over yourself.
The last time I checked, most students were getting more like $6/hour, not $24.
 
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What has any of this got to do with the original question?
 
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Tom Mattson
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I just noticed this thread. Put me down for "don't care about that".

That girl is CUTE. :!!)
 
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Psss... I think she's a ***** ...
I would prefer such a judgemental and harsh statement be removed.

The young lady (like some many young people - male as well as female) seems concerned about her acceptability to members of the opposite gender.

I think that's quite enough. Really, let's stop with the judgment.
I agree!
 
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In the words of ZapperZ: Oy!

I just read the rest of the thread. Time to get back on topic, and stop the ugliness.
 
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The young lady (like some many young people - male as well as female) seems concerned about her acceptability to members of the opposite gender.
That's actually kind of true.

When I first had to wear my hearing aid, that was basically my main concern at the time.

Most people said it wouldn't be, but I doubt it. It's easier said than done.
 
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The young lady (like some many young people - male as well as female) seems concerned about her acceptability to members of the opposite gender.
It would've been better if she had been concerned about moving conveyor belts though...
 
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It would've been better if she had been concerned about moving conveyor belts though...
Easier said than done. Read my previous posts.
 
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This thread has started going downhill.

Time to say good night Gracie.
 

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