Does accepting expensive gifts from a man make a girl a Gold digger?

He is her admirer, they aren't dating or anything..

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  • She's only a gold digger if she is staying friends for the gifts. If she's friends with him not for the gifts then she isn't. He sounds very needy though...

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  • This is just being polite. And if you feel like you're a gold digger bc you accept those gifts you can always say thanks but no thanks

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  • Gold digging is seeking or taking advantage of a rich person and only because their rich if he by his own desire gift her things then i'd say no

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  • It makes her a Gold acceptor.

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  • Nope, if she didn't ask for it, i don't see any issues.

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  • Depends. If she just takes it for monetary gain and has no interest in him, then yeah, kind of.

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  • If he's just a nice guy you know who's trying to get your attention with gifts, that on it's own, isn't a Gold Digger.

    You qualify as a Gold Digger if;

    - You demand he gives you expensive things
    - You expect him to give you expensive things whether you say so or not
    - You know he's not so stable financially but you accept the gifts and don't say anything
    - You know he's married/engaged/a father who has to have the money to pay for things for his family/partner/kids but you ignore this and accept the gifts anyway

    Something else Gold Diggers tend to do is show little to no gratitude for the things they receive, so, I include being ungrateful for expensive gifts but not everyone would. It's basically accepting things from someone who has other important expenses (who usually can't afford it) or treating their money as if it's your own. Usually these peoples are mistresses ('cheating hoes') who manipulate a guy away from his family and friends to spend his time/money/attention on them instead.

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  • no, not at all. the only way it would make her a golddigger is if she only stays with him for those gifts, or if she only looks for a man who will give her expensive gifts and wouldn't date him if he gave bi gifts. but if all the gift giving stopped or if he got broke, it will show whether she is a golddigger if she leaves him or not.

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    • *if he gave no gifts, lol.. ;D and I just saw you said it's just an admirer, not a person she dates. well that still wouldn't make her a gold digger, but perhaps she is leading him on. if an admirer is giving gifts, he is probably expecting something in return, so unless she is willing to do something for him, she should stop accepting those gifts and giving him false hope.

  • Golddigger - a woman who forms relationships with men purely to obtain money or gifts from them.

    Simply accepting gift, of course not a gold digger.
    But taking expensive gifts , if not romantically interested, is wrong. Still not gold digging but morally wrong

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  • i don´t think she could be considered a gold digger for just accepting a freely given gift from someone, having or not a relationship with said person, i would consider it being gold digging if she tricked the guy into giving her an expensive gift even when she doesn´t have any interest in pursuing a relationship, by faking she would be interested.

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  • Yep. You know the gifts are expensive. You know that very few people who aren’t related to you give you gifts of this cost this often. It’s not your birthday or a holiday and even if it is I’m assuming these gifts are more expensive then you believe appropriate for these events. You are keeping the gifts and you’re not giving gifts in return that suggest you’re sacrificing an equivalent amount of your wealth. So you as the gift reciever are actively accepting gifts and experiencing a disproportionately beneficial lifestyle at the expense of the gift giver. If you wish not to be a gold digger ask for him to stop giving you gifts. I’m not condemning your behavior if he’s okay with being used in this way then no harm is done but if you aren’t in the relationship for the financial benefits reject them otherwise you’re a gold digger or you’re lying to yourself.

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    • @BadAssHunter 1. I mention my friend’s family to express that I’m still an active part of their lives despite no longer being in a sexual or romantic relationship with them because even though we have a sexual history they’re still my friends and important to me. 2. From what I understand you are the product of a sexual relationship just like everyone else in this world. I have no shame in admitting I enjoy sex. If that makes me a perv, fine. 3. In my first post I wrote “I’m not condemning [“golddigger’s”] behavior if he’s okay with being used in this way then no harm is done”. I do not care if you like dating men who just give you everything. 4. I’ve never claimed anyone was better, just better for me. 5. I really doubt @ZELLxoxo is enjoying this pointless back and forth. I’d love to end this accepting that we are differently minded people if that’s okay with you. Unfortunately I’m assuming it’s probably not. Either way feel free to state your opinion but don’t misrepresent mine.

  • If a guy gave me a gift. I would be hesitant but will take ot anyways bc I live receiving gifts tbh💕💕 from anyone. Would live if my boyfriend gave me gifts more often ;(. I would gift him back and let him know that it was out of kindness and friendship and nothing more than that

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  • No. When she demands gifts, of any kind, that makes her a gold digger. If he offers, that does not necessarily make her a gold digger, but it could make him a sucker, that is, if his gifts overshoot his budget.

    Source: As soon as I found out a girl I was dating was a sexist gold digger I dumped her.

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  • Accepting them dosnt make her a gold digger, BUT expecting them from him does. there's a thin line between being polite by not refusing a gift someone got for you depending of the intentions/ and actually using this person for those things. If he got those things with the intentions to sleep with her or something sexual and she isn't into this it would be best to refuse and make things clear.

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  • If you're not in a relationship it's really weird to accept expensive gifts. It will give him the feeling that you want to be with him. And if you don't want that just don't accept it. It just wrong. You're not a gold digger but it still isn't right.

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  • I couldn’t accept it if I was not attracted to this person. I had a friend who was trying desperately to get with me. He would try to shower me with gifts. I just had no interest in him like that so refused them. He might have liked the chase but I didn’t.

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  • I wouldn't exactly say so. If these things are genuinely gifted to her then there's not much to argue there. Now on the other hand though, if there is no other reason for her to want to hang around this guy other than to receive gifts, then I would say she is a Gold Digger. It's one thing to ACCEPT gifts and a completely different thing to EXPECT gifts.

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  • I think a rose, or a flower of some kind, would be more fitting for someone I admire.
    Buying you expensive gifts, when he's just an admirer... isn't that a little too forward? And no ofcourse it doesn't make you a gold digger. It rude to refuse gifts, after all.

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  • If it's all the time and she's telling you to buy that stuff for her then yes she's a gold digger. My dad constantly spoils my mum to death with expensive gifts but she deserves it and sometimes I wish I had someone who'd do the same once an while for me. If a guy constantly bought me expensive gifts I'd feel guilty and uncomfortable. I'm more of a sentimental person rather than a materialistic person. Id be happy he but thought in to it rather than the money

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  • As long as she isn't leading him to believe she wants a relationship when she really doesn't then no. Just make it clear you don't want anything from him or you want to stay friends and he will probably stop, if not then you can gladly accept it because if that's the case he's probably not just doing it because he likes you.

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  • If he offers you the gift, then no. at least that's my opinion... But I mean... It's logic right? It's offered to you for god's sakes 😂😂😂 not your fault 😂

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  • Who doesn't like getting nice gifts? You would become a gold digger if you were being with him just for his money or house or whatever... It's ok to accept gifts, that doesn't make a girl a gold digger...

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  • If she is not asking for hinting for the gifts, no she is not a gold digger. I would be curious of why she continues to let this person buy her expensive gifts but otherwise it's her choice and no one elses for what she does.

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  • No. A gold digger is a woman (or a man) who dates and/or has sex with someone only because they're rich and is taking advantage of it.

    A woman who prefers rich men and likes to receive expensive gifts or expects a guy to pay on a date is not a gold digger.

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  • I personally wouldn't accept expensive gifts from a man I'm not interested in.
    I don't think a man would spend a lot of money without wanting something in exchange. If a girl knows it, and still accepts the gift, she's being silly (to say the least) because he may use that against her later if she doesn't give him the interest he expects to receive and say she's a b**** and a gold digger.

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    • But to be explicit: She's a gold digger if she tries to keep his interest alive to receive gifts from him, or if she thinks he has an obligation to give her gifts in order to gain her affection.

  • A gift is nothing but many expensive gifts from someone you have no interest or relation yeah unless she likes him otherwise she is just misleading the guy

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  • It surprises me how many girls on here seem to take no issue with this. Not from the side of being a gold digger but because it seems like the sort of thing that could lead to problems.

    In my opinion it doesn't make you a gold digger since your not actively searching it out but to pretend that an 'admirer' would buy an expensive gift just as a friendly gesture is either trying to justify taking it or naivety.

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  • No, gold diggers seek out men with money and engage in relationships with them - primarily because they have money (they would not speak to them otherwise). Accepting a gift is just accepting a gift. It's not good form to accept gifts for a long time without confirming/clarifying no strings are attached, just to be sure.

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  • It is only ever golddiggin if you exspect og ask for something if the boy out of pure kindness gives you a present be happy for it 😉

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  • no, as long as she actually likes him and she's not leading him on because she wants gifts or money or whatever, then it is fine and super cute!

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  • It depends on the reasoning behind it.. if a man is giving it with a romantic or such intention and a women accepts knowing she has no interest in him other than his wallet then yes

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  • Nope. It does not.
    But if it becomes a habit then possibly

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  • I would never accept a gift from someone that wasn’t a friend, family member, or partner. That’s just weird

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  • I really fucking hate gold diggers but my definition is someone who is an a relationship with someone just for their money, accepting expensive gifts isn’t wrong and doesn’t make someone a gold digger

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  • No, what makes a woman a gold digger is when she seeks out materialistic things. When she uses a man just to get the things she wants or when she pretends to be into a man simply because he is wealthy. Accepting a gift isn't being a gold digger.

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  • I’m not sure the situation, but I would say it depends on both the girl and the relationship. In general, no. But I think if the relationship is based on that, and she loves his gifts but not him, clearly yes

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  • Not at all, unless she asks for gifts, it's entireley up to him to give or not!!

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    • If he's going to buy a gift, she would be a fool not to accept, but she has to let him know where he stands in her life , not to lead him on , but except gracefully👍

  • It's a gift. If he didn't want to get it for get then he shouldn't buy it, she's not a gold digger.

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  • No I mean its nice to receive gifts i mean they put in money in effort for you

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  • No
    I believe she would be if she sought him out because she knew he was wealthy and wanted to use him

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  • Well since it's a gift. No. Although some men might want to achieve something with these expensive gifts.

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  • Nope. That's just taking advantage of free stuff. A gift is a gift. Its the guys fault if he thinks giving a gift makes a woman owe him something.

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  • Does it really matter in the end?
    Let's say it's considered being a gold digger, what's the big deal?

    In my opinion, it's not being a gold digger. How I see a gold digger is s woman who dates a rich man, like that Playboy guy.

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  • Yes in this case... if there is no relationship or intend to have one then it's not appropriate or ethical to accept expensive gifts.. it's just a bribe either receiving which need to pay in future

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  • No more like she's using his interest in her as a way to get what she wants he's in the "friend zone" women do it all the time. I can't hate. Get it I just don't like a woman I'm serious with to accept those gifts from others

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  • Depends... will she date him because of the gift or would she like him without the gift. If the gift is just icing on the cake but she actually like him. I would say no. If she starts to like him because of the gift then the potential is there.

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  • I think asking for expensive gifts would make her a gold digger. Accepting them is just being polite

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  • Ehhh I don't think it makes her a gold digger but I think it puts her a step closer to being one. While I wouldn't characterize her as a gold digger I think what she's doing is kind of shitty. Flowers is one thing, expensive gifts is a whole other ball game.
    The fact that's she's excepting them is encouraging him to have expectations of more with her. That's pretty unfair of her to do to him. In the end she's going to be called a gold digger and he's going to be the guy that insists every woman is a gold digger. They both need to stop this shit now, in my opinion.

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  • There's a hell no it doesn't and believe if a guy wants to give a girl everything let him do it as long as he's got the means to do it. When a guy gives a girl expensive gifts or lots of money that means we love her very much very much very much

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  • If the guy doesn't know how to get a clue, then that isn't her fault... Now, if she is leading him on, playing with his emotions or using him, then yeah, Peru much she's a good digger...

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  • What is admirer?

    Why would someone give expensive gifts for free?

    Why would someone accept free expensive gifts?

    You tell me what that makes each person.

    🙄

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  • You're not if you didn't hint (repeatedly?) that you wish you had the money to get all those stuff yourself.. and he then 'surprised' you with those gifts.

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  • It's the first step
    Be more worried that you will learn lame nice guys will always buy you stuff

    And that will ruin you as person

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  • I don't think it would make her a gold digger. It's kind of awkward and I would probably not except the gift.

    Then I've also known some people who make good money and give things away like nothing, where for me relatively would be way out of my range. One friend gave me a 300 dalar computer drawing pad which I could not afford. I turned it down but they insisted as they had a new one and don't use it. I took it great fully and have since been her free go to graphics and 3D print specialist. Figure it's the least I can do.

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