I understand now that you were basing your statement on anecdotal evidence, and that's absolutely fine. In my circle of friends, I've never noticed such a pattern, but as you said, it all comes down to your own experiences and who you chum around with. I don't personally believe that men and women fundamentally have a different approach to pursuing their interests, but that's just me. Not enough hard facts to back it up.
As for the chemistry vs common interests topic, it's funny, because when I met him I actively avoided talking about the nerd shit that I'm into because I didn't want to come off as autistic, but we hit it off regardless. We just made each other laugh til we were sore about stupid shit, and we gradually got closer. As time went on, we found out that we had a lot more in common than we initially thought. Life is funny like that.>>94680111>being this bitter
I can assure you, he is no "Chad" and I am no "Stacy". But go ahead, keep projecting.