1. Extremely smart, born into a wealthy family, great job, rich, nice car, world traveler and likes the city like me, cares a lot about me, funny, sort of self centered, doesn't understand my background, bores me, talks too much about himself, not attracted to him, he's not aggressive and a different religion, never felt butterflies with him
2. Didn't go to a good school, ghetto friends, not very rich, really good looking and very attracted to him, cares a lot about making me happy and protective, very funny and sexy, hasn't traveled and likes the suburbs, doesn't like fancy outings, feel butterflies when with him
- Guy 1Vote A
- Guy 2Vote B
Most Helpful Guy
You have to decide whether you want a a partner with that's like you with common areas of interest or a complementary partner who's your opposite.
If you pick guy 1 there's a 75% rate that states you'll divorce him and take his money and go for guy 2 even though you have things in common that you like with guy 1. This guy would make a great long term partner.
If you pick guy 2 the butterflies will wear off and then what? You didn't say you and anythings in common that the two of you liked. This guy would make a great short term partner, and I really think you need to consider what happens after the butter flies phase.
I think you need to think this through more carefully and weigh the ups and downs of each guy against what you want long term or it's not gonna last.