When the average person can't compete with your level of intelligence. It's a huge turn-on for a woman to have above average intelligence
She's way too smart, how am i supposed to get her to like me?
by GOD517 April 21, 2018
To be "too smart by half" (also common is "too clever by half") is to be too smart for one's own good, meant either literally or ironically. As an idiom, it is usually sarcastic. The phrase has a wide range of potential uses; for instance, it can mean:

1.) Something so complex that it's self-obfuscating.
2.) A seemingly clever action that is in fact foolish.
3.) Logically accepting something as necessary that isn't.
4.) Overanalysis.
5.) Elitism (see ivory tower).
--"Those Harvard scholars are too smart by half."

--"What a dumb idea; I tell you, that guy is too smart by half."
by GBAAD April 22, 2006
Caused by overworking the Central nervous system of the brain. Eventually certain parts of the body start to shut down, usually starting with the left foot and working its way up the body. Although T.S.D. is very rare, there have been 37 recorded deaths.
Stephen Hawkings is the most well known person who suffers from T.S.D. (Too smart Disease) Another well know case was Franklin Roosevelt
by The Golden Fish June 27, 2010
1. Overconfident or cocky.

2. Believing that you know everything to the point to where it can harm you or work against you.

3. Assuming or Showing knowledge/intelligence to the point where it can harm you or work against you.

4. Believing that you know something you really don't, which could get you in trouble.

This can also mean too good for your own good or too big for your britches.
Don't be too smart for your own good. It has it's own way of catching up with you.

Most of the young and inexperienced is too smart for they own good.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant April 15, 2007
1. Believing that you know everything to the point to where it can harm you or work against you.

2. Assuming or Showing knowledge/intelligence to the point where it can harm you or work against you.

3. Believing that you know something you really don't, which could get you in trouble.

This can also mean too good for your own good.
Don't be too smart for your own good. It has it's own way of catching up with you.

Most of the young and inexperienced is too smart for they own good.
by Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant January 11, 2007