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I got a girlfriend. The best thing is I am a Programmer and I Have a girlfriend. Its miracle

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  • 26
    Come on, the stereotype about being a programmer or an IT and being single is as old as my grandma’s panties.
  • 10
    Well I’m doing something wrong here. Wife, kids, developer, πŸ€”

    shit I broke that stereotype somewhere along the line.
  • 8
    Me too. And all my coworkers as well. Please update your stereotypes.
  • 10
    Well this is the cringiest first post ive seen.
  • 0
    Well, If we are talking about stereotypes.
    Can you get a programmer Girlfriend?
  • 2
    That's such an annoying stereotype haha not sure I hate this or "let's celebrate women in tech" more ;)
  • 0
    @Nato you know that's not how things work, right ?
  • 0
    Most programmers I know have girlfriends or wives so it's been done before but hey, congratulations!
  • 1
    As long as they actually likes it too - it's a miracle. If not, it's not a miracle.
  • 0
    Of course it is , but its wierd tooπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  • 0
    Damn, AI is that far already?
  • 0
    @oudalally True. Women are as much degenerate as men. That's a good starting point to understand women πŸ˜€
  • 0
    In India most of the girl have preconceived ideas that they will not date a engineer or software developer.
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  • 2
    @Nato or.. ye know. Women just live their lives, make their own money and are concerned with their own success. Just sayin'.

    On a separate note I wonder how much rejection does it take to become this sour.
  • 0
    @LightUpRise @vikaskr Don't say that Bro.
    It was painful to read that XD
  • 0
    @ThatTallNerd well, Now you really broke the stereotype,(in jest) anyway? How you did it any secrets? =D
  • 1
    @LightUpRise talk about work enough that she tries to learn programming to impress you, ends up liking it, goes back to school to get a second degree in compsci and then gets a developer job
  • 0
    @oudalally that won't happen? It did happen lol
  • 0
    This sort of nonsensical mentality comes from viewing women as some sort of commodity, available only to the richest, most adventurous elite among he population. It's quite unhealthy.

    Women are people. Just like all other people. And there's nothing so mundane about a career in programming that turns people off.
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