If I really liked them yes, I could possibly teach them to read.
I don't think we would have enough in common.
Yes I would date a man who cant read. His character and inteligents is what is important. Unlike the shallow answers on here about low income and not being able to support them and such, I personally know a man who owns and operates a major construction company that handles muti million dollar contracts for private industry as well as Federal and state and local government. He is now 67 yrs old and couldnt read a word until he decided to learn when he turned 60. The man can build anything. The secret of a smart busnessman is to hire people who have better talents than he does and learn from them
Depends on how big her breasts are. We would have to have something in common. <br />
Actually, I would want to know why she couldn't read. Disability or too lazy in school to learn?
Probably not, they won't be able to support me and possibly a future family.
wow so your going thru life looking for someone to support you. Has the thought of supporting your self or being an equal financial partner ever occured to you. It would mean you have integrity an character
Girl your the one who made the statment not me. To judge someone before you truly know them makes you very shallow and immature. The man I spoke of above didnt learn to read because he had to help support his family and look now he is a mulimillionare
No. We would have absolutely nothing in common.
Only if he's willing to learn.
I know. ;)
If they were old enough to date, and still can't read, they are not teachable.
If I really liked them yes
Glory hallelujah no! It'd be hard enough to date someone who wasn't also honors!<br />
If I shock people who can read with ,y vocabulary, we'd never be able to talk.
It would depend on why he couldn't read.
Of course. If they're hot or have a thick wallet. Who cares ?
No, there'd be no point. We'd have little to talk about.
As a friend, certainly. Not to date.
I wouldn't have much to talk to that person about.
Pretty sure. A lot of the discussion I have with people revolves around news, books and poetry.