And lastly, let’s not forget that IQ scores in and of themselves aren’t the be all, end all measure of intelligence.
And technically - the Rorschach inkblot test is a psychological projective test of personality in which a subject's interpretations of ten standard abstract designs are analyzed as a measure of emotional and intellectual functioning and integration - not an intelligence test per say. Yes I did, one of the reasons I was attracted to him.He had no clue how to even change a tire, nor did I because I'd never done it before but it was more than just common sense.I had to actually remind him that tightening up the lug nuts was required. He was a total and complete space cadet when it came to the basics in life - I'm sure most 8 yr olds knew more then him when it came to "real life" stuff.What about dating guys who only THINK that they're smart? He was a member of Mensa, and he ended up being a dork.Just because he had a high IQ didn't mean he knew anymore then anyone else about relationships... The answer is depends on how thier IQ is integrated into the rest of thier lifestyles.