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Interesting fact: while this statistic MAY have been true at one time, upon further research, Iíve found it might actually not have much bearing anymore. Regardless of the percentages changing, the statistic itself seems to somehow remain widely accepted due to unfortunate stereotypes.
All the same, Rain interpreting this as validating herself as a woman is kind of funny though. I mean, itís a horrible way of looking at things on her part, but Iíd be lying if I said I wasnít also proud of sucking at math in my high school days for the exact same reason.
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RUDY I LOVE YOU!!!!!
So we balance it out. ^^
Even more fascinating I wasn't really even trying that hard. I wasn't truly capable of trying very hard at anything. And at least in my case I think my failure at basic arithmetic is just a simple case of boredom. I COULD do it, but it's too mind-numbing and tedious and my mind would rather let the drones (or a computer) do that simple stuff for me to free me up to do more complex thinking.
So yeah. At least at MY highschool that stereotype couldn't be Gender Inverted any further.
I think part of that stereotype is that people seem to think women aren't capable of logical thought, that they're pure "intuition"... What they don't realize is that that intuition is actually just logic followed instinctively. And when someone bothers to train themselves to harness that ability... They become capable of some really amazing things.
I remember that feeling of being kissed like that.
Meanwhile, the conincidences of manliness can manage to bring dread. >.> I wound up getting particularly annoyed at my hands when someone pointed out that I had man hands. And I've taken to angleing my legs in such a manner that they don't spread....
But I wind up explaining away the manly traits, and rejoicing in the feminine ones.
~ Hi-chan <3
women have a better synapses between both sides of the brain, so they're better at multitasking and other stuff
but obviously these are just in general, theres not absolute truth
Seriously, though, how are these two so good at being cute? The kiss in panel 6 has honestly got to be the most adorable scene in the comic so far... it's hard just to look at without being overwhelmed! And Rain's victory squee in the final panel is cute and hilarious, albeit somewhat pathetic. Anyhow, here we have Rain and Rudy, young and in love. Or... whatever you call the bond between them right now. There's something to be said about two people going into something unfamiliar together; perhaps the fact that a romantic relationship is something new to both of them makes it an even more meaningful experience for the two of them. I mean, you only get one first time at everything. While I'm not necessarily optimistic about their relationship surviving, they do make an impossibly cute couple. I am interested in seeing where their relationship goes, and just where they are after "one week".
And I think it's just Rudy being Rudy.
...and that actually sounds like something I'd say, albeit in a more clearly sarcastic manner.
From my perspective, it looks like girls who give it their all at school are statistically better than guys who give it their all, in most theoretical fields. On the other hand, it definitely looks like they are less numerous.
Doesn't matter much - these are tendencies at most
Rain is adorable in the last panel. And Rudy's adorable all the way.
and the two of them being completly green at dating, this could be interesting.
Great job and keep em comming cause its getting better every page ^-^
For some reason, the last three panels make me want to make another meme.