In 2009, OKCupid published their first post exploring how race factored into attraction on the site — and the results did not quite suggest a colorblind utopia of post-racial love.Most races preferred to date within their own race.In fact, the smarter you are, the more clueless you will be, and the more problems you're going to have in your dating life. Smart people spent more time on achievements than on relationships when growing up. And smart families are usually achievement-oriented. The upshot of all that achievement is that you get into a top college -- congratulations!Once upon a day I used to be pretty smart, and believe me, I had a lock on clueless. -- and then continue doing even more of what you were doing before.This order is used in both the traditional all-numeric date (e.g., "1/21/16" or "01/21/2016") as well as in the expanded form (e.g., "January 21, 2016") (usually spoken with the year as a cardinal number and the day as an ordinal number; e.g., "January twenty-first, two thousand sixteen"), with the historical rationale that the year was often of lesser importance.The most commonly used separator in the all-numeric form is the slash (/), although the hyphen (-) and period (.) have also emerged in the all-numeric format recently due to globalization. In the food industry, many companies in the US are starting to print expiration dates in the "dd mmm yyyy" order (e.g. The fully written "day-month-year" (e.g., ) in written American English is becoming more common outside of the media industry and legal documents, particularly in university publications and in some international-influenced publications as a means of dealing with ambiguity., with the exception of holidays such as the Fourth of July.
Traditionally, dates are written in the "month day, year" order ("December 2, 1999"), and time in 12-hour notation (" p.m.").
Of course, as noted above, things only get worse once you graduate.
And if you're frustrated with your love life, you just might try to compensate by working harder and achieving even more to fill that void.
– where affinity groups can be together without the presence of the oppressor – exist: so that tough conversations can be had with fewer guards up, so that you can communicate thousands of ideas in a single collective sigh, so that you can cry together with those who don’t just sympathize, but empathize.
And while it’s important to be willing to talk to your partner about race and to feel comfortable bringing it up, it’s just as important to be willing to step back and recognize when your whiteness is intrusive. I’ve been the “But I love you, and you love me, and why can’t you share this with me? Because it’s really difficult to watch your partner hurt and not be let in. Maybe it isn’t appropriate for your partner to take you home to meet their parents.