He is in his mid 20s, educated, and has a white-collar job in New York City. He earns approximately $87,000/year, but still lives with his parents in New Jersey (30 minutes away from his work) to save money and other expenses. His parents don't mind his living with them. No, he does not live in the basement; he has his own room. Also, he doesn't have a car because he commutes to work via train/subway (more efficient), but he has a motorcycle that he rides occasionally when he has spare time.
He is looking for a woman who also has a degree from a 4-year university, and makes at least $70,000/year. She could be younger or older; age doesn't matter. So my question is, if you are a girl who makes more than $70K/year, would you date him?
Most Helpful Girl
I would say he was way too consumed with money and that's a turn off. It shouldn't matter what you make or your potential partner makes, as long as you have feelings for each other and click. Romance and relationships are about feelings, not a business deal.1
Most Helpful Guy
Isn't 87,000 dollars in New York City awful pay?0