As in enough to pay rent, buy food... But not a whole lot more... But enough for the both of you two survive decently... And physically he's he's 7/10 (not as much down there).. But With a small chance of being succefull...
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Most Helpful Girl
I'm so glad 3 guys answered no. Because the question was for guys, right? Lol! When I first met my man, he had about 6 roommates in a huge apartment. He had to move out because the building's face was cracking away from the building. I was already pretty set on him, so when he moved, I moved. We ended up in his sister's basement/garage in the winter. We stayed there for a month & a half total, & while there, found out I was pregnant. We didn't have much, so we settled into a studio, that lasted us a year until we wanted out to find more space. In the meantime of finding our current apartment, we stayed at his sister's again, but this time in the living room on a mattress, with our 6 month old son in his pack n play. We didn't have a car until this January, & we just married September 26th after 3 years, one & a half months of knowing each other. Rich or poor, it doesn't matter to me. As long as you have each other. Some people think that's stupid, but when you've lost people dear to you, & you've had difficult times, you learn what's more important.2
Most Helpful Guy
Honestly I could date a girl like that because to be honest that's pretty much how I was raised and I am now at least until I finish college and hopefully secure a job, living pay check to pay check not really having money for much other then the essentials, about half my pay check goes to help my family out for various things because me and my father are the only ones working.
So I can relate and understand the struggle better then most and I wouldn't want someone to look at me like that, or reject me simply because of circumstances that are out of my control, not to mention one of my friends is like that to, but he didn't have much choice on the matter, and if some girl treated him like that, that be awful, after all no one chooses to be poor, and we don't want to be poor but life always has it's own plans aside from what we want.
The best we can do is try to get out in front of it instead of being crushed beneath it.2