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On the other hand, what if your significant other reads smutty harlequin novels and drives you nuts? Is reading just reading or does it have to be a specific genre?
Hoops4me2 wrote:The real question you are asking is if the person you date need to be on the same intilectual level as yourself. I believe he/she does. I don't see a long term relationship otherwise.
Agreed with you on that one. I mean, personally for me if the person I dated was either really above or below my intellectual level it would make just everyday conversation so much more difficult - i spose it applies for all relationships though, don't people usually gravitate towards others who are on 'their level'?
callalilly wrote:On the other hand, what if your significant other reads smutty harlequin novels and drives you nuts? Is reading just reading or does it have to be a specific genre?
Now I resent that remark! I read harlequin novels (and none of them are "smutty") as well as a gajillion other genres, and I resent being judged by WHAT I read.
Reading is good for you, no matter what it is.