The Stanford (and silicon valley in general) male/female ratio, illustrated:

This just came in over e-mail, because I’m on every e-mail list in the world.

Which social dance classes still have openings?

DAYTIME

Social Dance I is completely filled for men, openings for women,
DANCE 46 MWF 11am Roble Dance Studio

Social Dance 2 has openings for both men and women.
DANCE 146 MWF 10am Roble Dance Studio

EVENING NON-CREDIT COUPLE DANCING CLASSES

7pm Beginning Swing – Filled for men, openings for women & couples
8pm Int/Adv Waltz – Filled for men, openings for women & couples
9pm Int/Adv Salsa/ChaCha – Filled for men, openings for women & couples

Yes, that’s right, even the dance classes at this place have too many men. Thanks engineering grad students!

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5 Responses to “The Stanford (and silicon valley in general) male/female ratio, illustrated:”

  1. homais Says:

    Dude. So many men (awkward and nerdy – even better) even I might stand a chance of getting a date. Why am I back east, again?

  2. Paul Gowder Says:

    Seriously. I ask myself that question on a daily basis, only with “west” for “east.”

  3. eric Says:

    The mere thought of a Salsa/Cha Cha dance class filled with Stanford Engineering students makes me want to gouge out my eyes with a dull rusty knife.

  4. Paul Gowder Says:

    Don’t you be hogging that knife, yo.

  5. Steve M. Says:

    Is it simply that dudes so overwhelmingly preponderate in Palo Alto? Or rather that engineering dudes are the sort to sign up for dance classes in a strategic effort to improve their lot with women, either by learning how to dance or meeting women at the classes?

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