Dating engineer pros cons
Well I may have less emotional way of thinking than rest of the population, but it doesn't make me a robot. OK, I do make an cost/enviromental benefit analisys before I buy anything.We can't isolate ourselves in a cubicle like that nerd "Milton" on Office Space with a red stapler.
Engineers need to marry with other engineers/tech people. I am totally emotional with my girl and love her to death. If you ask you engineer a yes or no question about something he hasn't thought about that day, like, "Would you like to have dinner with me around 7pm?Since I have spent a lot of time in medical projects, I am aware of the different superficial stereotypes.Physicians are often typecast as snobby and power-hungry by nurses. Nurses are stereotyped as victims of bullying doctors in a hospital, etc. This scene shows a male-chauvinistic, narcissistic, Harvard surgeon being sued by a malpractice laywer representing a client who lost her ovaries due to a botched operation. I don't like to stereotype someone just because of his or her career though. In real life, I've met nice people from many professions, even surgeons and engineers.But alas, I do agree that this is a common problem, from my own personal views! She said she's gotten to the point she can pick out which ones are engineers in less than 5 minutes into the consultation based on the way they answer her. Here is a verbatim transcript: Mom: Would you like to have dinner with us tonight? Mom: Well, it would be around 6, and we'd be having green beans, and mahi, etc. This can also be a source of amusement when he is confronted by salespeople in public : D Engineers also justify everything when questioned, and they'll keep going no matter how illogical their answers get.But please, marrying with each other wont solve this issue. I agree that some engineers are selfish, rude, and emotionless, but exceptions do exist! He's intelligent, yet interesting, funny, kind, and loving. My boyfriend is an engineer and he's such a sweetheart to me. It's frustrating, but he's a good guy so I try to stick it out. I agree that some engineers are selfish, rude, and emotionless, but exceptions do exist! He's intelligent, yet interesting, funny, kind, and loving.