Does marrying a chemistry teacher helps one?
in having a good chemistry throughout his lifetime
- SLv 76 years agoBest Answer
Just imagine marrying a physics or math teacher!
- Anonymous6 years ago
My father is a pharmacist which is relatively close. I was actually pretty good in chemistry in high school I decided against majoring in it because the math and physics requirements were daunting to say the least. Even at that I know what most of the standard medications on the market do because for three years he employed me as pharmacist clerk/technician on weekends and during the summer.
- 6 years ago
If it really does help then i am sure that of all the couples one of them will be inevitably a chemistry graduate or pg or phd.
- 6 years ago
Yeah but what about marrying a physical chemistry teacher :)
- How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer.
- KarthikLv 56 years ago
No, she may put Phenolphthalein on cucumber and serve you as beetroot
She can also give you H2SO4 anytime
- Bob BobLv 76 years ago
True. She will compare everything to chemistry.
- ❦♬ Aẓᾄłἔᾄ ♬❧Lv 56 years ago
Yeah it'll result in a good reaction.
- Twerking PandaLv 66 years ago
Yes if you want to live in world of H2O's and CO2
- Creativei©Lv 76 years ago
Yes only if you are good at biology . both are needed for perfect love ... .
- GorgeousLv 66 years ago
Why not whatever makes u go all volatile