Napa Lite, on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011, 9:19 AM, said:
Things You Have Going For You
I've decided I want to start dating a vet school chick. I dont have anyone in particular in mind at the moment as I'm still in the discovery phase of information gathering. My buddy's wife is currently a vet student and I told her to keep an eye out for me, but I'm not sure how committed she is to this and I feel like I need to be able to prove some worth myself. What kind of things do I need to keep in mind. Or whatever. I don't know.
-you like animals-you have a puppy at home-most vet classes are 90% female, so they become desperateThings Against You
-although the odds are good, the goods are odd-they are mostly 'type a' and super busyRecommendations
-mention that you have a "poker buddy" (close enough) who goes to the tufts vet school. yes, i like it. i'm going into clinical rotations in march, i'm nervous about pretending to know what i'm doing. i want to be a small animal vet. etc.-say "I hear vet school is way tougher than med school"...we love that shit-bring up your experience with cows. say you think they have great personalities, whether or not you believe it-if you hate cats, don't admit it. say you just don't have much experience with them-when you ask one out, mention that you know she's probably really busy, but if she gets a free night you'd like to take her to dinner, and give her your information. sets it up as you understanding that school will have to come first. girls get nervous about that, which is what seems to keep some of them from wanting to date casually. also, it makes it easier for you, as you'll just be handing her your info, not asking for hers, so no chance of rejection. plus you don't have to deal with the pressure of making the first call. but, of course, use your best judgement, and if you know one is into you, take charge and ask for the date directly. just trying to make things easy.