sorry about the "Guys like beauty, everything else is secondary." comment. yes I do require beauty but I also require a girl to be smart, honest, outgoing, funny, etc.
I'm female, 33, single, will be in law school this fall and intend to hook up for fun. I think a lot of guys find me attractive but I find most of them dumb. Must be smart, good looking, fun, sexy, great in bed, good kisser, and not too heavy on the commitment. Not a loser or a walking STD ad. The hook-up potential is important in my selection of a law school, I'm not ashamed to write.
LOL This is comedy.jdmba, I'm hearin ya loud and clear on the undergrad tip. No disrespect to the ladies in law school, but that's too close to home. I've been approached and propositioned by 3 girls in my law school and have successfully avoided getting involved with any of them up to this point. And they're all 3 attractive, which makes it very difficult because I see them everyday. But that's just the problem...you see the people in your school EVERYDAY, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. There is no room for error like in undergrad. You could date somebody on campus in undergrad, and if things didn't work out, hey, you move on and you may not see that person again until the next big party (depending on the size of your college). Law School, not possible. Let me back up...FIRST OF ALL you don't have time to be worrying about relationship issues in law school anyway. That's fact #1. Fact #2 is that word spreads through law school faster than a T3 connection. You don't want that kind of attention if things should happen to go sour with another law student. Fact #3 is that if you have the luxury of an undergrad campus attached to your law school, those students will be out of the loop of the law school, respect the fact that you are busy, and will generally require very little maintenance. Plus they get to brag that they're dating a law student to their other undergrad friends and make themselves feel special. Its a win-win.This is not to suggest that married couples cannot meet in law school, but those are few and far between. The exception, not the rule.Your primary concern in law school is to get the best grades you can. Clingy and needy relationships will get in the way of that. You can call that fact #4.Some of my female classmates I notice had alterior motives upon coming to law school. Some of them, quite frankly, are here to get their M.R.S. degree along with the J.D. I actually ran across two of my female classmates in the library one day who were depressed and complaining about the fact that they had not been able to find a boyfriend yet in our class. - No Comment.