I'd choose option 2.
Keep in mind the minimum you'll need to be with this guy is 10 years
- Very sexy , great personality (you click very well !), earns half your salaryVote A
- Average looking , great personality (click very well), earns double of your salaryVote B
- Im a guy ~ wanna see results.Vote C
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Seems logical to me. Put yourself in a woman's shoes, why wouldn't you want your partner to earn double your salary? If I were female, I wouldn't go for a model who works as a part-time dishwasher, at least not in the long haul. I'd want someone who makes money, because at some point I can see myself becoming pregnant and possibly not working for some time, so it'll be important to have a breadwinner so that the kids don't starve, so we can keep up our middle-class lifestyle without having to live in a trailer or eat the dog. I'd want someone who I could count on to buy us (me) nice things, because a man + a diamond necklace > a man. It symbolizes his success, his power over his peers. He can order other people to do his bidding by waving his wallet at them. I'd prefer to team up with THAT than with the guy who has to run around cleaning up after it all, with no respect despite respect being due. I'd want to ally myself with the one in charge, the leader, the person who other people trust - they've already given him the green light, so he comes pre-approved. Other people look up to him. They give him money. So pretty soon they'll be looking up to us. And giving us money. Why would I want to f*ck with that? Why would I make it harder on myself, choosing the brilliant pauper? Backing the long shot? Why on earth would I bet on the weaker fighter?
I think us guys need to finally come around and accept this fact of life without getting all bent out of shape every time we discover a "gold-digger." Real gold-diggers are ruthless, they climb the societal ladder and use whatever they can to get as much as they can without care for hearts they break along the way. They are nothing like normal women, who simply climb the societal ladder and get as much as they can... and so do we. Face it: women consider poverty to be man's ugliest feature. Provide or perish.1