I accept your apology and commend you for evidently having the b*lls to do offer it.
I just hate that word p***y in reference to mine. I think I've gotten so into reading and contributing to the posts in the forum that I'm running off about shit that is personal and usually difficult to believe for some people. My mistake.
Actually, 1HM, I was hoping for more along the lines of b*oting him in the b*lls!
Boosh,(which, incidentally, is the phonetic spelling of the French word for ?piehole?) ...If your plebeian post was intended as a joke, you forgot to add the punch line. Did you imagine the women here would think your crudity even half-assed amusing? Any friends of yours would, no doubt, be lousy judges of character and aren't worth the middle finger salute from me, let alone ANY kind of warrants.
Now, if you care to apologize for spewing guano instead of intelligent banter, I'll consider accepting it. If not, then you can kiss my *ss. You might want to take me up on that offer considering that's probably the most action you're going to get here after that LAST post.
Hey Brad you are so right its not only girls that are gold diggers I know of one particular case the guy married an older woman at least 25 years older than himself he said it was because she was loaded for her money and I know of one other guy that is staying with a woman just because she supports him so you see there is gold diggers in both sexes!
My answer is neither. I would rather date someone because I like them and not have to be impressed with their resume, financial situation or future monetary worth. If she is successful and responsible with the things she has, great! If she is motivated and has a track record of giving 100%, great! If in the long run it turns into a loving relationship then everything else will fall into place. At least that is my point of view.
Do you know what I have found in the short time I have been here on this site? It has lost it's credibility as a premier dating site. I have never heard so many people of both sexes here, who have not questioned the integrity of its members. I've heard about fake profiles, whether it be income or pictures. I agree with the women here who have posted on this thread. Most of us women are looking for a quality man who can make us feel like we are the most cherished person on this earth with or without his bank roll. Why is that so hard to understand? As one woman said here, and it is a very discerning question - why post your income if you fear predators? You had the option of not listing your income levels. You would find that if one takes the time to write an eye-catching profile then one would be more liable to attract the right quality person. Don't you think?
Thanks to all your responses! I think that most, girls and guys are looking beyond the obvious, the special quality that draws one to another.... Money doesn't buy anyone love, and life is too short to worry about the small stuff! Thanks again.
Well, Breezin, there will always be gold diggers. But these are women who for many reasons, not necessarily of their own making, have their priorities skewed and see finding someone with $$$ to throw around as an answer to whatever problems they may have. Those of us who have managed to make it on our own have learned that it's about so much more than that. It's important for many of us, don't get me wrong...but it's not the only thing. Just my 2 little pennies.
I don't think the majority of women are gold diggers. I think a few may be. An intelligent person should be able to tell which ones are. If not, then money controls your pleasures so much that you're blind to the realities of life and have forgotten the simplicities that makes one happy. A person with money who has separated himself from those below his socio-economic class and can't relate to that class any longer deserves to get burned by a gold digger in my opinion.
I choose men for my Favourites File based on important criteria like are they non-smokers, are they going to want more children, are they taller than me, do we like the same things, and, IF they post their income, it's seldom lower than $100,000 a year anyway so placing much importance on it is just a math thing..
If a man made $1 million a year and smoked like a 1970 Ford Pinto or wanted to have 8 more kids or stood knee-high to a barstool, I'd have to pass on him. Even if he looked like Brad Pitt and had the I.Q. of a grape seed and could remember the Napoleonic Wars, I wouldn't send a wink and a nudge to him unless he was really, really, really, really romantic. Then, maybe.