The point is my now ex girlfriend said that she couldn't stand my arrogance. I told her that if she wanted to keep me, she would have to offer more sex and keep up her appearance. The way I figure it, she has a less that 40% chance of finding a man with a bachelo'rs degree in america according to the U. S. department of education.
I have an mba so lets estimate that she now has a 30% chance of finding an educated man. On top of that I earn six figures, which puts my in the 10% of America. That brings the perecentage down to 3%, then we have to add in all of the languages I can speak fluently, so lets say.3% on top of owning my own business, so lets say.03% chance. I am also 6'2 and really muscular. I am also about to get a chin implant to look more manly and I have a full beard, so lets estimate.003% chance of finding another man.
Isn't it fair that I request more from her, if I have all of that to offer? I haven't even gone into my hobbies, like how well I can draw and sing. Since I am so rare, I do want her to be MUCH MORE SEXUAL and I wanted her to at least try slimming down.
I also didn't want to keep paying for dates. I wanted to go dutch because I shouldn't be paying for them. I am not her caregiver.
Am I justified?
Most Helpful Girl
You're hilarious. You think she should value your income even as you make it clear you have no intention of sharing it with her. Girlfriends are typically looking to be loved; you're looking for an employee who will cheerfully take job assignments from you, her boss, and who will have all your desired qualifications. The breakup was good - now she can go find an actual boyfriend, and you can hire a high end call girl who will play by your rules and not ask you for actual affection.
Most Helpful Guy
I completely understand where you're coming from, but your attitude may be considered to be very bad.
I think arrogance and ego has gotten hold of you due to the sense of pride you have. This is extremely dangerous and I do urge you to refrain from becoming more proud of yourself because one day it can lead you to detriment.
I understand that you think that your girlfriend or ex is 'not in your league' but it's your choice with however you handle your social relationships. I wouldn't just leave a girl because I was too good for her.