"But I'm willing to marry a man who earns minimum wage if otherwise he is all I want and is ambitious and young (meaning he can eventually start earning more money"I seriously doubt you as a lawyer will marry a man that mops the floor at Burger King. I don't care how good He is.You good and well know the circle of your associates will mock and ridicule you behind your back if such knowledge comes to light.Also I'm pretty sure you won't want to take your husband to a prestige gathering of high class lawyers and notables with your flipping burger hubby along your side. Your husband will seem lost and confused being around well educated and knowlegable people, hence He must be a mute lest He embrasses you trying to join in the conversation not having a dang clue about what He is talking about. 😂I know you well enough on this site to know you're a proud woman and won't subject yourself being around a low wager.
You're right about one salary being hard. Under 6 figures combined is almost unsustainable if you live in a big city in a developed country.
But what about if He is content and happy about his job? Would it continue to be a problem with you?
Yep. When you're young and have no other obligations like children people like to... travel? Set themselves up financially with investments or start paying off a mortgage early etc. If one in a relationship can contribute $0 to that so the one who is working their ass off to achieve those things has to either do it completely on their own, or pay for the others half so they can do it with them. It doesn't exactly seem even. It wouldn't progress to a serious relationship with me.I'm not saying he has to earn big bucks or even more than me (my husband earned significantly less until very recently) but there needs to be some contribution to the quality of life we both enjoy
What do you consider a good decent wage?
I'm Australian so in my economy and currency anything over $60k. National average salary is $82k
you want a wage slave to leech off
@joedoejam Lmao I have my own job and make plenty of my own money, thanks. 😉
which is why you won't marry a guy who makes a lot of money? your logic is... not good.
@joedoejam Yeah, because raising a family on only one income (let's face it, a minimum wage job wouldn't contribute too much) would be pretty damn difficult. Grow up.
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Can I ask you why you named yourself "Evil angel"?
There is a porn series showcasing as evil angel :) the pornstar julia ann is in it.
@Hispanic-Cool-Guy I guess because I can be extremely sweet and loving but I can also be a vindictive bitch if I'm crossed the wrong way. I usually remain pretty chill a majority of the time. @Unit1 lol well I can assure I'm not her but that's interesting. I haven't heard of that series. 🤔
Chemistry is code for sexy and gets her panties bunched upIf you can make a girl hot and horny. That can over power a lot. Even min wage
Lol @TripeAce knows what's up
Lol I'm shocked at the votes... I'll be to ashamed to marry a woman if I earned a minimum wage. I couldn't do it. My ego and pride won't let me.
Yeah everyone has their own idea of what money brings to the table.
need that wage slave
because he has to take care of you. you are investing in a future gravy train
@joedoejam my gravy train? Um no lol I have a BS in science so I can hold my own I just don't want to support s guy my whole life but I will be willing to help him go through school to help each other as a team later
Yeah... minimum wage at age 19 is one thing... something very different if the guy is 30!
don't go against your nature. look at all the other girls, are you a special unicorn? I doubt it. all you girls are essentially gold-diggers
@joedoejam haha whatever you want to think. I know what I believe.
a noble vision. Hypergamy will ruin it.
You sound like you wanna be the man
mho. That's exactly what I think to 😆 but you know if it was the other way around
I mean don't get me wrong, I can't stand gold diggers, but at the same time you should aspire for much more than an incompetent man who can't do any better than flipping burgers or mowing lawns.
@TJackman, rude to tell someone what they should do with their life if they did not ask you or are not your close friend. Just FYI
Isn't the point of this app to voice your opinion?
Obviously, you can 'voice your opinion'. Whether it comes across as rude or whatever is another matter. So now you know my opinion of your opinion.
I Really don't what's so rude or controversial about what I said but okay
Apparently, I need to clarify - I was being serious in my first sentence and I was being facetious in the second sentence.