Mark (generalist) wrote,

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A favorite phrase from a personal

Hi all,

I recently came across a line from a personals ad that I just had to share with you. When one woman was asked what she was looking for, a sentence from her answering paragraph read:

I would be most compatible with someone who either has no children or has children.
Really. That would mean that she's "most compatible" with all men, since the union set of "men who have no children" and "men who have children" is the set of all men. Huh?

Cheers! generalist

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