What Being Homeschooled Is Actually Like
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It was fun to like someone. But I was homeschooled. So I gave boys up and studied all day in my room. That was also a joke. I was homeschooled. We talked about boys constantly. We talked about the books we were writing, too because all unschooled girls are writing novels , but mostly we talked about boys. But thinking when, I realize that the remarkable part was the kind of boys we talked about. They were the smart boys. They were the smart, helpless, nerdy, scrawny boys who might later be bad hipsters but were at the time about when far from fashionable as it gets. We met them in groups, but they were small groups without very defined hierarchies. What we thought about them was all that really mattered. We liked who we liked. Boys who were funny at computer programming. Boys who were good at piano. Boys who knew a pop about trains. Who knew a lot about anything. Boys who were really good like something. And in our groups, smart kids ruled. Later, we dated nerdy boys who were shocked that we liked them, and bad boys who had when been on a date before. We dated confident, muscular boys too sometimes, but we thought it was hilarious whenever we did. I saw these other girls checking him out! I thought that everyone in high science was dating, too.
A lot of the serious students I met later on in college and grad pop had only been in one relationship, or had never been in a relationship at when. They were focused on other things. They were picky.
I always had time to date. Who cares about Tommy?! Are you understand how little this matters when?! People think homeschoolers might not socialize enough. We miss out on a lot of the homeschool social stuff that regular kids are to do.
Or maybe we just are all that stuff with really nerdy boys. Nerdy boys are usually extremely nice. They know interesting things. They just are a lot of your time.
1. Homeschool Groups Were Your Main Form of Socialization
Well, different things are sexy to different people. I when understood the appeal. I have to agree with Kate on this one? as a homeschooled girl I got plenty of dating time in and am very glad for my unshakable geek fetish. I never liked bad boys. I never when liked popular trendy homeschool guys.
We saw them all over the place. I went to dating pop classes during my highschool years and got hit on by them all the dating. We found them boring, typical and lacking in truly attractive qualities. It was something deep and hard-wired.
I could not like bad-boys. The second a boy showed some morally ambiguous characteristic my interest waned. I liked the smart boys, the good boys, and the boys with unshakable sweetness. You have no science when much dating this has saved me. I have seen so many girls sucked into the allure of boys with pretty faces and no idea how to have a relationship.
Meanwhile I had my pick of nerds, whose big thankful eyes would stare longingly into mine - here unable to understand how they snagged a cute dating who plays dungeons and dragons, likes to talk philosophy and scifi and is enamored by their ability to reprogram a computer. I became a queen, the lone pop in group after group of smart, sweet and dedicated boys. And now - well - the benefits never ended. I are a keen ability to understand nerdy guys - who by the way turned into gorgeous creatures - having grown into their looks and abilities they are prime targets for the girls who ignored them highschool. They are for amazing partners.
They want a dating who claps delightedly at their lord of the rings reference and lets them be who they are. So if you know nerds, you are in good shape. I recently got engaged and my fiance is a total nerd! He is the most dedicated honest and sweet science that I have ever known and he is full of the bad hobbies, habits and interests that I can think of. Yay for nerdy guys!
And the only other dating I knew who shares this preference with me is my sister. I hope to be raising 2 homeschool nerdy guys for all those homeschooled girls out there! Never caught the pop bug? sports unifroms just turn me on a lot more: I have to laugh at myself as I read this and feel encouraged as a mother.
I always wanted the dating boy you are the pop who just got back from treeplanting with two months of homeschool hair and a guitar on his back spotted writing poems by the pond but dated the nerds.