Dating someone in the secret service

Almost without meaning to, Dan Rochkind and the others have given us the secrets to dating incredibly hot women.

One of the things that stands out in this article is – frankly – the prioritization of women’s appearances above everything else.

President Obama ain't trippin' now that his daughters are in the dating world ... The Prez told a Raleigh, NC radio station Friday he's "pretty relaxed" when it comes to First Daughters Malia, 18, and Sasha, 15, dating.

You gotta hear his 2 reasons -- the main reason being Michelle's stellar example.

Then, the secret weapon every pops wishes they had.

WARNING: The rest of this article contains massive spoilers for .

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The continual complaint of the article is that you can have brains or beauty, not both.

Hot women are, according Rochkind, not just vain but, well, Evidently forgetting that he had chosen them exclusively based on their looks rather than compatibility, shared interests or anything other than whether they impressed his bros, Rochkind found that dating hot women inevitably meant that he would get tired of them as soon as his brain was no longer entirely in line with his dick. After all, a study cited in the story proclaims that beautiful people have more turbulent relationships. Through a careful, multi-decade, longitudinal study comparing cultural values of beauty across several class and racial divisions with records of reported marital satisfaction. They browsed IMDB and high-school yearbooks and double-checked who got divorced. Philosopher, six-pack-wielder and possessor of one of the most awkward Tinder profile photos in history, Benedict Beckeld, agrees.

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