Dating a ditzy girl

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we all know that we 'Type A' working women love a good fight.

Second, smart women don't shut their brains off on the weekend. How do you expect to win the girl without a firm understanding of legal precedent?

But almost all the time, guys have a better time with dumb girls. And almost all the time, guys end up walking out of a relationship with these women for these reasons. Men know smart women earn more or you wouldn’t call yourself a smart woman.

[Read: 15 signs you’re a high maintenance woman] # Smart women can be insensitive to a guy’s wallet. You don’t have to rub your wealth all over a guy’s face and make him feel small about it. Don’t pretend to play dumb and snigger each time your date says something wrong or silly.

And even if a guy denies this, guys would prefer to date a gorgeous girl over a clever plain jane. There are just girls who are more aware of things and girls who are less aware of things around them. Men have epic egos and if it’s shattered by a woman, he’ll definitely avoid her. This is something both sexes enjoy doing, so we can’t really take any sides here.

Jennifer Wright at The recently asked CNBC financial reporter John Carney, and nine other "smart men," why so many studies indicate that men prefer dating women who are less intelligent than they are.

Carney chalked the phenomenon up to today's "knowledge economy." Less intelligent women have more leisure time because they aren't financially rewarded for staying in school or working long hours, Carney reasoned, and they seek out a smart partner as a means of "economic advancement." As Carney put it, "dumb chicks have both greater opportunities and greater incentives to try harder to date smart men than smart women do." Carney says a hardworking hedge funder who Wright interviewed provided a similar explanation, asserting that successful men (like him, presumably) date less successful women not because they want "women to be dumb" but rather because they want "someone who prioritizes their life in a way that’s compatible with how you prioritize yours." The hedge funder, for example, dates a kindergarten teacher, and a kindergarten teacher "has a more flexible schedule, she’ll be able accommodate me," he explains.

Everything went smoothly—until they met in person for a cup of coffee.

They had many things in common and talked for about 45 minutes.

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