Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Xerxes1979, Jun 12, 2009.
Gender neutral and no preconditions.
Vulcan or Bajoran would be acceptable. I bet Andorians would freak you out up close.
Cardies, Rommies and Vulcans all seem pretty dang hot.
No thanks: Klingons. Too smelly.
^Interestingly, my girlfriend thinks Marc Alaimo and Andrew Robinson look better as Cardassians than humans. I can kind of see her point. Go figure.
I've never seen a woman look attractive in Card makeup, though.
Hey, suit yourself. Cardassian women are smokin' hot!
1. Secular Bajoran
3. 1/2 non-telepathic Betazoid
Good enough for Jadzia..
Oh, I can't believe I overlooked Deltan.
I'd like to make that my no. 1 choice please.
Does anyone else here think a joined Trill would be interesting (and most females seem attractive)? Even if you fall flat in terms of being physically interested in each other, they would have loads of stuff to talk about.
Hot as Orion women are, I don't think I'd like the fact I'm being 'drugged' by their pheremones...or at least I say that now
Romulan for me, I think.
Can't believe no one has said Deltan yet. That's my pick.
Given the fact that Gaila was able to join Star Fleet, or at least get to the academy, there must be some way to mitigate the pheromones effects.
Considering that mitigated pheremones might count as a precondition, or at least it's a variable, I decided not to count it. However, if we can say that we could consider the pheremones as non-factor for whatever reason, I'd happily change my mind
Ah, but given their vast experience and life-times of accumulated wisdom, might they not look down upon us unjoined Humans, even without meaning to do so? Could we interest them, being so much more immature in their eyes?
I don't know if we can take Jadzia Dax as a guide to the species, but she seemed very happy to comingle (sp? right word?) with other species, including the romantic sense. Besides, they might find our relative immaturity refreshing for once, instead of people who've got the 'been there, dont that, got the t-shirt, bleh' attitude.
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