Dating a smart guy
According to a recent survey of adult sexual behavior, men over the age of 40 were two to three times more likely to report a lack of sexual interest compared to men under the age of 30.
In many cases, that precipitous drop-off has to do with a natural decrease in testosterone, the male sex hormone that allows you to sustain an erection, ejaculate and have an orgasm.
Smart Guy is an American sitcom centering on the exploits of child genius T. Henderson (Tahj Mowry), who moves from being an elementary school student in the fourth grade to a high school student in the tenth grade, attending the same school as his two elder siblings Yvette and Marcus. exhibits exceptional intelligence with an IQ of 180, knows several different languages and has a photographic memory.
Created by Danny Kallis, the series ran for three seasons on The WB from April 2, 1997 to May 16, 1999. Henderson (whose full first and middle name were never revealed) is the youngest child in his family, portrayed as 10 to 11 years old in seasons 1 and 2, and 12 in season 3. He skips six grades from fourth to tenth grade due to his intelligence, after his teachers at his previous school discovered that T. was not feeling challenged enough by a fourth grade curriculum. Mo is discovered to be an excellent chef, due to the tutelage of Yvette (who helped him learn how to cook after Mo signed up for a cooking class on the spur of the moment – simply because the class was cooking bacon at the time), he plays bass guitar in Marcus' band Mackadocious, and is also a (semi-)talented barber.
It’s easy to make a guy fall for you or make him feel more affectionate towards you. It leaves him thinking of you and your compliment for a long time.
He must adjust to the life with older, but not necessarily wiser, high school teenagers – including his brother Marcus (Jason Weaver) and Marcus's best friend Mo (Omar Gooding). J.'s missteps of trying to fit in as a kid genius, while being a small kid in high school, as well as the contrast between his smarts and his brother's underachieving nature. Their father Floyd Henderson (John Marshall Jones), a widowed single father who owns his own roofing business, deals with the problems of raising his three kids: Yvette, Marcus and T. So much so, that he becomes the mascot for his school basketball team ("Pugnacious Pete, the Powerful Piedmont Penguin"), which leads to occasional bullying. He spends a fair amount of time at school with his older brother, Marcus, and his brother's best friend, Mo Tibbs. spends much of his time around teenagers, he is occasionally seen spending time with kids his own age, which occasionally results in his attempts to try to fit in with them in situations where he feels out of place. Played by Omar Gooding, the character of Mo Tibbs is Marcus and T. He is typically portrayed in the show as being dimwitted (such as confusing a rasher with a haberdasher) and sometimes gullible, to the point where in the episode "I Was a Teenage Sports Wife", T. makes Mo part of a placebo experiment by giving him sugar-filled pill capsules that T. claims will stimulate synapses in the brain (therefore increasing intelligence), in order to better perform on tests, only for Mo to inform other students about the pills and flooding T. J.'s bed (having done so as part of a plan to help T. sneak out to see a friend at an arcade after being reprimanded – and effectively, grounded – by Floyd over his choice of clothing).
a dearth of relationship-minded men, so those who want to fall in love and have a serious relationship often look to graduation as the time when things will improve as traditional dating reappears.
They hope they can leave hookup culture behind with the extra-long twin sheets and grungy shower flip-flops. Their same-age male peers are potentially more interested in relationships, now that they’re the younguns again (which means fewer options).3.
But I’m not saying all this to prove I’m the next Bill Gates or anything.
I’m saying it because, in today’s appearance-obsessed day and age (which I admit falling prey to quite often), I think intelligence is a quality often overlooked when considering a significant other.