Girl With IQ Of 161 Shares Her Thoughts On Twitter, Acts Like A Typical 16-Year-Old

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Lauren Marbe is a girl with an IQ of 161. While her IQ is higher than Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and even Albert Einstein, she is also a 16-year-0ld girl with less than real world problems.

Marbe recently took the Mensa IQ test and scored a 161, a single point higher than the IQ experts believe Albert Einstein would have scored.

On her Twitter account you might expect Lauren to go all “Big Bang Theory” on her followers. Instead the teenager sounds just like we would expect from a girl in the midst of her teenage years.

We picked out a few of her less than brilliant Twitter moments:

Apparently even super geniuses don’t want to attend classes:

Super geniuses are also full of clever ways to express themselves using big people words:

Porn stars and ditzy blonde actresses and actors have also scored genius levels on the Mensa IQ test. The real test of Lauren Marbe’s intelligence will come in the years ahead when she actually has to apply her smarts to real world situations.

8 thoughts on “Girl With IQ Of 161 Shares Her Thoughts On Twitter, Acts Like A Typical 16-Year-Old

  1. Would love to meet you, sometime in the not-too-distant-future, as you are not only brilliant but very pretty, as well…..really do like your Twitter comments!

  2. As Eleanor Roosevelt said "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission." For too long women have given into the notion that their needs are not important and that they are the inferior of the sexes but recent studies are saying NO! It is good to know that modern women are not giving into the notion of inferiority and are instead proving themselves in all areas of academics. In fact, Furman did a study that revealed that it is women who are the smarter of the sexes. To read more go to the greaterbooks and click on ‘Are Women the Superior Gender?’.

  3. My IQ is 158 and I, too, act like a typical 16-year-old girl on Twitter (who doesn't?)

  4. An IQ higher than 160, and she can't distinguish between "your" and "you're"? That's pathetic.

  5. can't, or won't, because linguistic prescriptivism is the domain of petty vainglorious turds

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