As a girl would you date a handsome guy if he was broke?

The guy would be going through a couple of hard months, and you would have to pay for the dates and stuff. Other than that the guy is like any other normal dude.

  • yes if he was a catch
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  • think twice
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  • would run the other way
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  • I dint exoect to be paid fir dating someone... I'm not an escort service.

    Him being broke has no bearing on whether I like him and am or am not intersted in him

    Plus I dont exactly interview guys sbiut their financial status. I pay my way anyhow and I don't think think I'd notice and if I did wouldn't care.

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    • Don't. Expect. For. Escirt. about.

    • I thought my bf WAS poor bc he lived very modestly. Like most students. I didn't find out he comes from money until months into dating when we were living together and basicaly engaged.

  • If he treated me well then it wouldn't bother me. To support him while he gets on his feet... As long as he gets on his feet and doesn't get too comfortable with relying on me to pay for everything... Tbh it would depend on the guy & the situation.

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  • If he was a man of substance and knew how to strategically use the means he did have, then yes. If he was broke due to impulsive decisions, then no. I'm usually empathetic to people who've been in challenging situations, otherwise, irresponsibility is a huge turn off :(

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  • eh, if its the beginning of the relationship and he doesn't pay for dates that is a huge turn off in my opinion. However, that is not to say that I want/need a guy with tons of money, just that if you are taking a girl out on a date for the first couple months of a relationship - you should be paying. If you can't afford it then maybe do just one date out and then get together at your house or her house, do something that doesn't cost money.

    I don't look for money in a guy, looks, personality, and morals are the most important. Money is fruitless and comes and goes ;)

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  • Yes. His personality matters more than money. What will I do with the money? I have my own. Besides money doesn't buy you happiness. at least if he is a respectable guy, I can grow to love him, have a great life with him. Rather than a unhappy one with someone who is rich.

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  • To me money would never be an issue, specially if you really like the person and you can see a future with this person. Also lending them a hand either finding a job or what ever it is, means a lot.

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  • I would run away... Or i would help him find a job

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  • I'm not fussed by how much someone earns as long as they have ambition.

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  • sure. whatever assuming he's got an enough ambition or yearning to be successful in life at least.

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  • I wouldn't be with anyone right now since I'm broke too.

    At least one of us needs to not be broke.

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  • his income doesn't really matter to me

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What Guys Said 3

  • Maybe, if she's nice.

    I'd date a broke normal girl too, if she's nice.

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  • There's a study that shows 75% or more of women would not date an unemployed man, while a strong majority of men would date an unemployed women. Draw from that what you will.

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    • Id draw men are more willing than women to pay for sex.

    • @Azara
      Nothing like be being sexist and man-hating.

      It could just mean that men are more willing to be with someone they care about, regardless of money. A possibility, no?

      Notice I didn't say anything negative about women, nor am I going to now. Perhaps you have some prejudices you need to overcome.

  • I've known plenty of girls who've dated total losers!

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    • Being broke doesn't mean you're a loser.

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    • I disagree.

      Public examples off the top of my head:

      Spinoza
      Harriet Tubman
      Sojourner truth
      Violeta para
      Louise Michelle
      Mary Shelley
      Malcolm X
      Whitman
      Karl Mark
      Percy bishe Shelley
      Thomas Paine
      Woody Guthrie
      Van gogh
      Billie Holiday
      Join Keets
      Mozart
      William Godwin

      I can think of many personal examples but you wouldn't know them so I don't see no point.

    • @Azara a few of your examples are false heroins but there's no point in me trying to teach a frog how TV set works so "I don't see no point" lol. You can disagree, I don't care. It is true of the majority of cases, the majority of these cases are not Mozart. I said it's a symptom, alone it isn't enough for a conclusive diagnosis of "loseritis", but it's a strong indicator.

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