Braniac dating

07-Dec-2019 03:55

The thing that ****** me off the most is people who just don't get it.

Some people look at me and think I'm sooo ungrateful.

Even my own parents have looked at me with suspicion.

I've always wanted to study something related to natural sciences, like bioengineering, or even veterinary medicine, but my parents didn't care.

I get called beautiful all the times, yet men never approach me.

True, I'm not exactly thrilled by the idea of having a relationship, and never was, but I still need to feel "human" every now and then. I'm just not the outgoing, extroverted type, in fact most times I'm about 99% Introverted. It's because I lose patience very easily when it comes to actual life experiences.

Characters may be derailed, and competing love interests particularly so; Narmy moments and Relationship Sue transformations may become a frequent sighting; chemistry and interaction is prone to be reduced to the Sickeningly Sweethearts sort, if there was any to begin with.

In more degenerate cases, the relationship may undergo a malignant mutation into a Romantic Plot Tumor, taking the focus off the more important aspects of the story.

But, as time went on, I realized it is hard, very hard, to be an NT woman.

The result is that the two characters go through a leap of characterization all the way to a Relationship Upgrade without any of the usual in-betweens; apparently Cupid forgot to tie the Red String of Fate on the lovers' pinkies at birth, and in a desperate attempt to save face he ended up garroting them with it in a back alley while he thought the audience wasn't paying attention.

True, you just met this other woman, but give her a few minutes and you'll have known her just as long. Sometimes the writers decide that the important part is getting those two characters in a relationship, and the rest will somehow sort itself out.

I am not even sure what the hell that is, but definitely don't like the sound of it.

And people who have criticized me for my apparent lack of joy and passion never stop to wonder that maybe I feel empty and bored all the time, because I feel like when I go after the things I REALLY want, I get told it's crap, and I should grow up.

But, as time went on, I realized it is hard, very hard, to be an NT woman.

The result is that the two characters go through a leap of characterization all the way to a Relationship Upgrade without any of the usual in-betweens; apparently Cupid forgot to tie the Red String of Fate on the lovers' pinkies at birth, and in a desperate attempt to save face he ended up garroting them with it in a back alley while he thought the audience wasn't paying attention.

True, you just met this other woman, but give her a few minutes and you'll have known her just as long. Sometimes the writers decide that the important part is getting those two characters in a relationship, and the rest will somehow sort itself out.

I am not even sure what the hell that is, but definitely don't like the sound of it.

And people who have criticized me for my apparent lack of joy and passion never stop to wonder that maybe I feel empty and bored all the time, because I feel like when I go after the things I REALLY want, I get told it's crap, and I should grow up.

A Last Minute Hookup can result in this trope, or serve as damage control.