It wasn’t lame if it’s what he believed. There’s guys who would lie & say they’re trying when really they’re just milking you for money
@hahahmm it was lame because his ass lied about it up until the last minute
Ahh i see
So I'm guessing you made a lot more than him. Was he older than you?
@Buddy19911995 he was 2 years younger plus i already had my degree
Yes, I'm sure misogynists would hate it!
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How much does he make? Do you significantly earn a lot more or just a little?
@Buddy19911995, my husband makes 6 figures annually. Because I own twice as much properties, businesses & investments, I have an additional figure/digit more than he does.
wow... so you make over 1,000,000/year?
:) Yes @Buddy19911995
nice! congrats! Do you need any employees? lol
Over $3,000,000/year? I'm betting your net worth is at least $10,000,000.
I've been hearing this same question for decades. I think the fact that the question persists is evidence that most people understand that there is a reason to ask it, and that there must be something in our nature that points to the man being the primary bread winner for the family being the natural order. People don't get these notions from nowhere. It comes from instinct based on millions of years of evolution. Just because the notion is not popular in the last few decades, doesn't mean it hasn't had a good purpose for the last millions of years (and likely still does).
My reason for asking this question is because this is something that I've personally experienced several times. There were men who used to be interested in me before knowing my background, but when they found out about my career path, they started saying that I'm not right for them because their finances aren't as good as mine. It's like it made them feel insecure and therefore, they no longer wanted anything to do with me. There have been guys who I really REALLY liked and was head over heels for, but they distanced themselves from me after finding out that I was more successful than them.
I believe you. Men like to feel like the breadwinners. It's a natural instinct. It's not about insecurity so much as it is about a comfortable role. In spite of the brainwashing from woke dogma, men and women have different natural roles that have been the norm for millions of years. When these roles are violated, it creates a disruption to relationships, families and societies. Men are physiologically designed to be the hunters and to bring home the woolly mammoth. When their role is diminished it makes them feel less purpose in their lives. If I was in that situation, I would feel less attractive, and no one wants to feel that way, male or female. It would be an impediment to a relationship for me.I want to be sure you don't think my post was a criticism of your question. It was and still is a good one.
Would you prefer to spend money on her though? Do you feel obligated to? I wonder about finances and relationships is why I am asking.
@Juststrollinagain There's a difference between spending money on her for something special and her treating me as an atm machine. I don't mind spending money on her, but i'll pick up on it if she starts asking me to buy this that and the other thing. If that's the case then she better fuck good.
No I don't really feel obligated.
Having a better job and making more money and being more financially stable in general.
Did you make significantly more or just a little more than them? About how many boyfriend's did you have over the years? Were the guys younger, older or the same age as you?
@Buddy19911995 significantly more. I've had four. One older, one the same age, two younger
What do you do for a living? Did it give you a certain sense of power, satisfaction or superiority that you made a lot more than the guys... especially the older one? How did the subject of money come up when you learned that you made significantly more? How much did the guys make? Did you playfully tease then that you made more?
@Buddy19911995 I work in entertainment. No, money does not mean anything to me. It did not give me any satisfaction or superiority. I live in a major city, it isn't uncommon for a woman to make more than her spouse. I don't think anyone should ever be ridiculed for making less money. That's immature and childish
Oh, I didn't mean it that way. Many years ago I had a younger girlfriend who made a lot more than me and only pointed out our income disparity only because she knew that it was a huge turn-on for me. She wasn't doing to be mean but she liked that I felt she was far superior and that I looked up to her