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Dumb Blonde Or .......?

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Gentlemen, when looking at SPs is her intellect one of the factors you consider?

 

I am currently captivated by a curvaceous wordsmith who occasionally posts on here.

 

And in answer to the question posed in my title, I have always lusted after brunettes.

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Gentlemen, when looking at SPs is her intellect one of the factors you consider? I am currently captivated by a curvaceous wordsmith who occasionally posts on here. And in answer to the question posed in my title, I have always lusted after brunettes.

As a little social interaction is required for me to get the best out of a punt a little intellect / personality is a definite plus :)

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Really, it isn't.

I can think of at least one booking I made with someone from the forum, and her wittiness was certainly something that intrigued me enough to make me interested in meeting her, but there were also plenty of reviews of her which described other aspects of her services too, and that counted for a lot.

More than intellect, I think personality more generally is something that can be attractive and some of my happiest memories are of ladies with a combination of warmth and sense of fun (Kim and Pru come to mind) - but really, in the end, I'm one of those shallow punters who wants to shag someone much younger with the kind of tits and bum I like.

Sorry.

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Oh dear, Mr Moonraker sir I fear you may incur the wrath of some fair maidens with your title. I know your question is posed to the gentlemen on here but I would like to add my thoughts if I may. For me I love having a client with a good intellect as it means we can have double the fun, with our brains and our bodies. Does the colour of a mans hair tell me if I am in for a debate or a debacle? Also in the UK many blondes are natural brunettes. Hair colour is of course a visual attraction, but it does, I suppose give some an expected perception. A bit diversion here but did you know women who wear lipstick are perceived as being more intelligent than those who don't.

I look forward to the rest of this thread with anticipation.

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CC57, reading your extremely well written post certainly heightened my interest. I must be brains and beauty punter.

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But so many of those dumb blondes are not at all dumb..or even really blonde  ;)

 

Isn't Brooke Magnanti blonde? She definitely isnt dumb by ANY stretch of the imagination

 

Hair colour does not determine intelligence, personality, wit or wisdom. Unless of course you wish to buy into that stereotype and there are a host of ladies out there intelligent enough to understand that PLAYING at being that dumb blonde can earn them a lotta money  ^_^

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I think it all comes back to chemistry.  And while boob size, IQ test scores, and 10K times -- each of which tells something entirely different about a girl -- might all give you some guide in the direction of how you'll get on, really you have to book the girl and get into the room before you know with any real degree of certainty how things will pan out.  Because I recognise myself, if I'm honest, as someone who errs (or has historically erred) on the side of intellectual snobbishness I was initially tempted to answer "yes, it is important."  But I'm presently happily dating a (working) girl who most probably wouldn't describe as intellectual (not the same thing as not being clever, by the way; clever she is). In short, there are no golden rules.  I think I said it on another thread recently, but all these discussions really do is try to apply labels to what in reality is just plain old chemistry.  You can use those labels to increase -- I suppose -- your chances of having a punt you'll enjoy but in the end its still a crapshoot.  And remember, sparks going off are the result of friction.  And friction is caused by two surfaces rubbing against each other.  So if you want a great punt, why not spend as much time looking at yourself and your own contribution and behaviour as you would choosing your partner?

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One of my son's female friends said she has not read a novel since leaving universtity with a first over 10 years ago. She may be clever, may have a photographic memory but I would not class her as intelligent.

Or maybe books are dying out.

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Or maybe books are dying out.

Most definatley not! I dont think NOT reading books marks you as unintelligent though really, mind you, with a photographic memory you probably dont need to be as you have total recall anyway. Read it,here it, see it ..know it I guess. Surely she must be at least moderately intelligent to have gotten into uni and passed though??

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Oh dear, Mr Moonraker sir I fear you may incur the wrath of some fair maidens with your title. I know your question is posed to the gentlemen on here but I would like to add my thoughts if I may. For me I love having a client with a good intellect as it means we can have double the fun, with our brains and our bodies. Does the colour of a mans hair tell me if I am in for a debate or a debacle? Also in the UK many blondes are natural brunettes. Hair colour is of course a visual attraction, but it does, I suppose give some an expected perception. A bit diversion here but did you know women who wear lipstick are perceived as being more intelligent than those who don't.

I look forward to the rest of this thread with anticipation.

 

I am sure that you are right. My professional writing experience led me to finding an eye-catching headline/title but maybe that was right as

obviously it caught your attention.

 

I was interested to read that women who wear lipstick are perceived as being more intelligent than those who don't. That is not something I have ever heard before and it runs counter to the normal stereotype for intellectual women - librarians wearing glasses etc.

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....well I confess the reason I took the plunge into the naughty world of punting was because I enjoyed reading a number of blogs - weird I know, and probably a fetish, but good syntax, clever world play, a light hearted play on words etc just so does it for me. 

 

Indeed meeting and enjoying the company of a good number of these lovely ladies did not and does not disappoint - as I enjoy the flow of good conversation as much as I enjoy anything else (I know that also must seem weird also).

 

But I don't think that's an intellectual thing its as Lohengrin says more a chemistry thing - a lady I see regularly doesn't particularly read much but I love listening to her views and take - savvy, quick witted, no bullshit that kind of thing.

 

Maybe bottom line less about intellect more about chemistry and just clicking so the conversation flows as good as the sex - perfect combination.

 

I always feel a little sorry for the aspersion that blondes are somehow intellectually challenged - rarely has this been my experience - and of course, that Blonde of all Blondes, Monroe had an IQ of 170. 

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Most definatley not! I dont think NOT reading books marks you as unintelligent though really, mind you, with a photographic memory you probably dont need to be as you have total recall anyway. Read it,here it, see it ..know it I guess. Surely she must be at least moderately intelligent to have gotten into uni and passed though??

 

Someone -- and I really should be able to remember who -- described reading books as providing the opportunity to engage in a conversation with the greatest minds in human history.  So true.  While it would be wrong to dismiss all non-readers as unintelligent, without doubt reading books is generally a fundamental component of intelligence.  They will never die out for that reason.  Books are the vehicle in which mankind's intellectual DNA is preserved and transported across time.

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One of my son's female friends said she has not read a novel since leaving universtity with a first over 10 years ago. She may be clever, may have a photographic memory but I would not class her as intelligent.

Or maybe books are dying out.

 

I used to have a photographic memory and used to read a book per day in summertime whilst lying in the sun, doing almost nothing else all day long: it was my escapism.  Nowadays I cannot touch but factual books, yet I chose to 'escape' the reality by watching a movie.  We all pass through different phases in our life, just like with eating: I know lots of girls who stopped eating meat at a certain age, then started eating only small bits of meat.  

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I used to have a photographic memory and used to read a book per day in summertime whilst lying in the sun, doing almost nothing else all day long: it was my escapism.  Nowadays I cannot touch but factual books, yet I chose to 'escape' the reality by watching a movie.  We all pass through different phases in our life, just like with eating: I know lots of girls who stopped eating meat at a certain age, then started eating only small bits of meat.  

 

I wonder if unintentionally you have stumbled on another facet of intelligence; the enquiring mind?  Restlessness...moving from books to films or from one genre of book to another; from meat to vegetarianism and back, and so on speaks to some sort of intellectual curiosity that can only be sated by shifting between different things.  I think so; variety teaches lessons that absorbing everything in only one medium -- no matter how intellectual -- cannot.  Interesting....

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Someone -- and I really should be able to remember who -- described reading books as providing the opportunity to engage in a conversation with the greatest minds in human history.  So true.  While it would be wrong to dismiss all non-readers as unintelligent, without doubt reading books is generally a fundamental component of intelligence.  They will never die out for that reason.  Books are the vehicle in which mankind's intellectual DNA is preserved and transported across time.

What an excellent post. I dont think books will ever die out, they just can't. I did have an e reader of a while, lost it, not had the motivation to buy another one. Does it matter what sort of books though haha, I doubt that my hundreds  upon hundreds of fiction books will be classed as intelligent reading...more like escapism. I do have the complete works of Poe and the complete horror works of Lovecraft waiting in the queue on my window sill though and also the entire history of the british isles..does that count?? ^_^ oh yes, and the 12th planet lol

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I always wished I had a photographic memory. At school I was rubbish and thought having one would have solved all my educational problems. When I left school I went into what is classed as one of the dumbest professions and for looses, that's what my teachers told me anyway, hairdressing. When in actual fact you need a broad knowledge on a wide variety of subjects, chemistry, math, current affairs, as well as a host of other skills. I believe this is where I gained my education from. Also my confidence, as a young adult I was painfully shy. I suddenly found I was a performer and played to the gallery, the salon clown. I also once worked as a barmaid, and boy do men think you are dumb, I used to enjoy bursting that little bubble. It is these people skills I have brought to this job now. Also like has been said, I read and now I have access to www, world wide wisdom I can search for anything I need to know.

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I am sure that you are right. My professional writing experience led me to finding an eye-catching headline/title but maybe that was right as

obviously it caught your attention.

 

I was interested to read that women who wear lipstick are perceived as being more intelligent than those who don't. That is not something I have ever heard before and it runs counter to the normal stereotype for intellectual women - librarians wearing glasses etc.

Yes I was surprised when I heard that and I can't remember where I heard it it was a long time ago. It actually referred to just lipstick and not full on makeup.

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Im blonde , i dont wear lipstick and i rarely read

 

Guess im fucked then (never mind the fact i have a very good day job. 9 a gsces level 3 nvq and i can go on but i wont).

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I have a photographic memory of every book I have read, but the pictures come out blurred so I cannot recall names or spelling. I suppose that leaves the scent and texture of the paper!

For me, the most beautiful scene in a film is the ending of Fahrenheit 248 with the book lovers. See the film to "get" the ending.

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Gentlemen, when looking at SPs is her intellect one of the factors you consider?

 

 

It isn't something I much worry about when looking for someone new to book but it is often an important aspect in deciding whether I go back or not.

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An intelligent lady will always please those who enjoy this side of her personality. As for those who just want a wham bam thanks Ma'm, they may be disappointed :D

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Well blokes can have abit of wham bam with me if they wish and be satisfied but they won't see my personality or intellect and thats fine.The blokes who want conversation and banter will book for longer and make the effort to get that out of me as well as sex.Both okey dokey by me!

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Until the age of about 11 I had golden blonde hair, but then it went brown...

 

Personally, no matter how beautiful I find a man, if he has nothing but sawdust between his ears the attraction won't last long. And it definitely adds a certain je ne sais quoi if you click mentally with a client as well as physically.

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I would not use the word "intellect" here, but a level of wit and intelligence are important to me. If I get a chuckle from reading an escorts web site or profile then I am more likely to consider a booking.

 

I am put off by poor spelling and punctuation from anybody (even though mine are less than  perfect!!) and would certainly not consider meeting anyone unable to express themselves sensibly.

 

A meeting of minds is more important to me as I age, as well as the potential of a clash of hot sweaty bodies in the throes of passion!

 

I have met blondes, brunettes and redheads from the complete spectrum of intelligence which has informed my view.

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Well blokes can have abit of wham bam with me if they wish and be satisfied but they won't see my personality or intellect and thats fine.The blokes who want conversation and banter will book for longer and make the effort to get that out of me as well as sex.Both okey dokey by me!

Same here. Some come for the wham bam fun and thats fine with  me. Im not trying to pretend Im something Im not. The guys who come seeking my personality and wit will find it in abundance but if they dont display any to me then they are unlikely to get that much back as there is only so much of a conversation you can have on your own. Ive had the unfortunate experience of sitting in a bath with someone more than once and found a one way conversation is really as good as its going to get.  Personality and wit are equally as important to good conversation as intelligence. Intelligence with no personality or wit is not that much fun.  There are many sides to me, the side you get depends entirely on how you interact with me. 

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