Why sooooo negative
@shirazsk Because that what would happen if you cannot prove the origin or the money. As simple as that.
Yeah get what u told about the money but what u told about the person is not totally right
@shirazsk Okay then what would be the worst case scenario that could happen if you find the one person on the planet that is meant to you after you meet that person?
Why go for the worst scenario why don't go for the best one i mean everybody has to die someday right so why not spend this time with that person happily ☺️
@shirazsk Because in life, the best case scenario seldom happens
How would you tell it's life if it doesn't...Its life it's meant to happen but that doesn't mean we stop living it
@shirazsk okay, thanks.
🤣 I have to love your response about having to report it to the IRS! However, I could easily hide that small amount of cash... just by using it on demand... buy money orders to pay your bills, paying cash when eating out and just shopping. We aren't talking about a freaking billion dollars here... that measly one million... could so easily be gone in freaking days. In today's economy the actual value of one million dollars could be seen as pocket change. It just will not last long. As far as the IRS is concerned, they tend to rely on what you tell them and nothing more... unless you are a suspected criminal and have been directed by the DOJ to look and see what they can use against you... they always can and will find something to charge you with... one way or the other.I still love your answer though!
@Arivor A million miniature green George Washingtons is mucho moolah for a broke student like me. Perhaps, those same green banknotes are peanuts for you but certainly not for a girl that is going to college.I would not even have the necessary knowledge on how to spend that dough. I have never been the type of person that spends uselessly because I know the value of a cent.But now that you mention it, I could actually change the worn down tires of my old bike. That makes a whopping $12. What now?I have enough clothes, I don't need a car although this one is interesting me since a while...www.topspeed.com/cars/bmw-isetta/ke2050.html
Don't worry, with your attitude and accomplishments that I have seen you make so far... It won't be long before you see it as mere pocket change. I'm actually very impressed at the vehicle choice you have made. It's much safer than a motorcycle and eve though I have no clue where you reside and go to school at... If it's anything like the narrow Western European streets... It would be perfect for a student.
I've had an equally hard time finding a woman who is worth my time, and who is also available. All the good ones are snatched up; and the rest are single for a good reason. We could probably spend a week sharing stories of all the crazy we've encountered. I know I could spend a day listing all the crazy I've met.
Yeah, but 'Person meant for me' implies they would stay with you. This is a hypothetical situation, after all. Anything is possible.
If they're "meant for you" I would assume that implies that they would not leave you.
@ObscuredBeyond You too? Oh gosh, I've had so many bad experiences, I could write a book about my dating past. That's sad yet funny if you think about it. Especially when I see or hear others that find their partners with minimal to no effort at all.
@HawkPerception Possibly, but not necessarily. Perhaps I'm reading too deeply into the question, but being the cynic that I am, you can look at it different ways-Someone can be "the one person on the planet meant for you..." as in you have a lot in common, you make each other happy, and they like you- but it doesn't mean they love you or want to date you. They could like you in a platonic sense. I know that's probably what he meant, but I'm also looking at the big picture: even if by some miracle there was someone out there you could just wish for, and they wanted you as well, will they be around forever? Not to sound greedy, but there's a lot I can do with a million dollars in my lifetime that will leave me with less doubts than a person that may or may not stay in my life or want me the same way I want them.
In my opinion, it sounds like you've been hurt one too many times and have trust issues. Money does make life more comfortable no doubt. In the end however, we don't die with it, nor our possessions. What we do die with are memories. Memories of beautiful experiences we shared with loved ones. "It's better to have love and lost than never to have loved at all."However it is your opinion and you are free to have it.
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Sounds like California
Anything is possible.
Do you always want to go on a date with someone you never seen?
I'd find out on the date what the woman looks like anyway, but looks aren't that important to me. She can't be obese, though.
So if she is fat it’s a no go? Good for you for setting standards and boundaries.
I said obese, not overweight. Overweight is OK.
Well we want to make sure she has all your requirements so yes that’s important to clarify... so let’s see what she says!!! @Cynicaldreamer
First off, how did I get involved in this question and comment thread? Well considering I refuse to date, much less reveal what I look like to anyone on here, it seems like a moot point for me to reply to this question- But I'll be nice since I'm already here, haha. I'm not obese, but I'm not skinny either. There you go. I hope that answers everyone's questions for the evening :)
Thanks, Coach...You're an interesting person, @Cynicaldreamer
@Avicenna Thank you sir, it's part of my charm~
@Cynicaldreamer: You're welcome. I'm sure you're very charming IRL as well.
Awww that is sweet.
Well Genie can't make her fall in love with you so that's a bumper.Genies got some rules 😅
At least he can arrange a meeting! I can do the rest. ;)
Yeah I will be updating this soon for all you losers who thing your getting paid when you already have someone... NOT GOING TO HAPPEN SON. Ha
That's called breach of contract, coach. Naughty naughty! I'll take McDonald's gift cards if it makes it easier for you.
Genies are real. How dare you suggest they aren't... lol
🙂 only because you insist.
Dammit, that's a very logical point. You kind of got me there.
Let's just hope the matchmaker knows what they're doing.
@Jamie05rhs That's why you do your due diligence as a customer. Matchmakers are a service like any other business - do your research, don't settle on anything less than your expectations, and move on to a new one if they're not getting you the results you want.
@douride2If by parted ways you mean you two went down different roads then you two were not meant to be together.
Where did the genie get the money from?