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Repley #19 freakyqi's post
May I let PROBABILITY tell you something for me?|
Let's suppose there were about 10% of the whole people on the earth can meet each qualification that you required:
#1 - we have to really truly love each other. -10%
#2 -He must be honest. No lying, cheating, etc. of course. -10%
#3 -Loyal to family & friends. -10%
#4 -Responsible enough to get the bills paid. -10%
#5 -Intelligent / creative. -10%
#6- Similar sense of humor as I have. -10%
#7 -Can laugh at himself, doesn't get offended easily. -10%
#8 -Doesn't get angry easily. -10%
#9 -Always moving forward, improving himself or our life, not just staying stagnant & boring. -10%
#10 -We should have some common interests, and go do things sometimes, not just sit home every day. -10%
#11- He should have some kind of spirituality, or at least respect mine. -10%
#12 -It would be nice if he was also vegetarian, but that's not a requirement. -10%
#13 -Oh, HE CANNOT SMOKE!!! Or drink too much (out at a social event or dinner is fine, but no need to at home. People are annoying when they're drunk) -10%
Of course, some of above probabilities seem a little low, while the other ones would be a bit high. In addition, I think there must be some qualifications you didn't refer, but actually you would require, for example, he must be a healthy man. In general, I think the probability of 10% is reasonable. How do you think?
Now, let's say how many matchable people you can find in the world.
There are about 6 billions people totally in the world, as a result, you would find the following suitable persons:
I think I don't have to tell you what ??? stand for.
Of course, the method of explanation seems a little extreme. but at least, we can come to a conclusion that the more you require, the less ideal person you can encounter.
As we all know, no one is perfect. he perhaps be great in some aspects, while he must has some inadequacy in other fields.
Now, freakyqi, would you lower your standards?
[ Last edited by tempax at 2006-4-5 02:47 PM ]