Dear the snake whisperer and the 100 Hour Board,
In your answer to Board Question #66676, you said, "Ask not what freshmen girls are scared of, ask why you aren't more scared of freshmen girls."
So I'm asking, why should we (or RMs in particular) be more scared of freshmen girls? Are they more scary than senior girls? How would you rate each class of girls on scariness? If you would like to rate the boys, that would be intersting too.
-Should add your awesome line to the daily quote list
In terms of dating you should be scared of freshmen girls because they are deeply immature, annoyingly dramatic, inexperienced, and tend to giggle unnecessarily. Also, if you marry an eighteen-year-old you'll be hearing about it for the rest of your life. You should be equally scared of senior girls because they are either hardcore feminists (shudder), or desperate crones who want nothing more than to latch on to a husband before they graduate. Sophomores are less flighty than freshmen, but this is not to your advantage, as it means they will have undoubtedly chosen to "wait" for a missionary while they half-heartedly pursue a degree in English. And although the attachment is artificial at best, convincing them otherwise can be time-consuming. You have the least to fear from juniors, who are far enough along in their studies that getting married won't derail them from graduating, so they can get out into the work force and support you while you spend the next six years changing majors.
-the snake whisperer