Trump may have been bankrupt many times, but he’s back in the game and he still can afford to fly in private jets and have the best of everything he wants.
Nothing wrong with your preference. I personally want a guy who makes more than I do given that I’m pretty traditional. I wouldn’t date a guy who had a terrible personality just did the sake of having money.
Ok, quick question are you willing to stay at home, cook, clean, take care of the kiddies? While the man goes out and makes the money.
I would, but I also plan on having a career of my own. I could hire a nanny to take care of the kids while we’re both gone.
For me the risk involved in having a traditional relationship is to high, so I would not enter such a agreement. As I could end up losing half my assets plus pay spousal maintenance to a woman I am no longer with. That's is totally a rediculus in my eyes. also people change their minds, example I could get into a traditional relationship only later down the line to be told I don't want to easier kids or cook etc anymore because it's sexiest.
You should do whatever you believe is right for you. If you want a wife with a “little Ms. Independent” mentality, there are plenty of girls like that. However, I personally want to be taken care of and spoiled. That’s what being traditional is all about. Of course, some people who are modern and somewhat frugal with their money probably won’t enter such relationship, but there is always someone for everybody out there. I just get annoyed with people who think that it’s morally wrong to go after what we want.
No I will never get married unless divorce laws changed the split of assets etc I'm 22 I own 3 houses I rent to peopem privately a holiday home. in Jamaica and in Spain, and I have save over 1.1 million and over 500k in investments. This is for. mt kids when I have them for anyone else. and I won't put it at risk by getting married. I don't think it's morally wrong but you gotta make sure you on point make. sure your man's happy fuck him silly rub hiss back shit like that.
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A golddigger is a woman who dates men solely for their money. That’s the median Webster definition of a golddigger. I wouldn’t date a jerkoff even if he was making millions of dollars a year. Personality is extremely important, but so is money.
Textual definitions differ from real world definitions.Look at the definition of feminism for example.I didn't say that money is your only requirement.As you said you do want someone with a great personality,If there is someone who is well to do but not rich and has an amazing personality, but you reject him just because he doesn't fulfill the prerequisite, then there is bad news.
Not necessarily. “Real world definitions” are definitions people create because they don’t want to accept the reality for what it is.
Money may not be the only important thing, but it is extremely important. Just like physical attraction and a good personality are important. You can’t have one without the other if you want a relationship to work out.
Just for the record I'm not vilifying you, nor trying to.You might be one of the nicest person for all I know.And i agree money is important.But if the guy has an amazing personality and and you have mindblowing physical chemistry, in that case would you turn him down for not being rich?
Good looks and a good personality alone won't make a relationship work. Every girl has different needs and different preferences. Some girls may not care if a guy has a minimum wage job. But, to me, financial security is extremely important and a poor guy can't promise that.
I'm not saying poor But an average or good to do guy who doesn't qualify as rich
And I said in my first opinion that it is fine to have preferences
A guy with an average income cannot promise financial security either. Let's say you're talking $50k. $50k is considered Middle class. He won't be able afford a house or even a car, especially if he lives in a major city or the tristate area like I do.
Precisely what I have been asking all this while.So as long as he can provide luxuries and is conventionally rich, nothing else really matters?
I’m not envisioning a Bill Gates type of lifestyle. Although, I would be super happy with that. I’m talking more about affording nice restaurants, trips, vacations, a nice car, a house in a good neighborhoods, etc. You don’t need to be making $5million dollars a year to do that, but you do need to be in the upper class at least.
Again, I agree that financial stability id important.But do you prefer a rich guy but don't mind a not rich but well to do guy?Or nothing matters unless he is rich?
They're two different values, but they are both preferences and requirements for some people. Some people can have all the money in world, but won't be happy unless they have a hot girlfriend. And physical attraction is extremely important in a relationship. The same works vise versa. Everyone has different needs and it is up to each individual to find what is right for him/her. I once dated a poor guy and realized that this was not something I could be happy with.
I don’t think it’s shallow at all. You’re just going after what you like and what you believe it’s best for you. unless thats the only reason why you’re dating that person.
That's the point you're going over something materialistic, shallow, just like we are going after your looks, "materialistic", shallow
Going after someone for just their looks is shallow. But I’m looking for more than just looks and money. I want the full package.
you're going after them for their money, you just said so. that's shallow
Not if I’m looking for more than just money.
no, if you say you're going after money, that's shallow
That's your opinion. I definitely don't find it shallow since it's just a taste just like some guys have tastes for girls with DDD breasts or huge asses.
Thats your opinion. Just understand that there's a reason why girls won't date a guy who still lives at home and sits on his ass all day long.
Right, well, you can't go from rich to dirt poor. I mean, why would you do that, right? Why on earth would you, righhhhtttt?
And my point was, you're shallow
My point is I’m not because going after what you’re attracted to isn’t the definition of shallowness. Look it up.
You're attracted to money. that's shallow