Friends with Benefits Dating Wealthy Men / Women

  • View author's info posted on Dec 02, 2008 13:16


    no!
    friend is a friend.
    lover is a lover.
    no way!!!
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  • View author's info posted on Jul 15, 2006 01:06


    billzeke write:

    wwww123456 write:
    BlondeLightning write:
    Hi Everyone!

    This is too much Bill and Rob, LMAO! You guys are just to funny. I guess we can say now the FWB thing has changed to Federal Witholding Bank, lol.

    I tend to opt for the "Secured Deposit", lol. But any shrewd investor would go for the annuity.

    One for sure thing that allows for better flexability than the 401k is the Keough. You can drop in more and pull out faster, lol. Talk to you soon.


    Hey, don't do the secured deposit thing. I did that twice, and wound up with two children nine months later. Pull out faster may be the safer way to go, but certainly not much fun.



    Then you get hit with an early withdrawl penalty. It could be even more costly and painful. lol.


    Well, you don't know my daughters very well. I could have lived for 2 years on what their weddings cost. We won't talk about college. Any penalty would have been cheep,cheep. I recommend withholding period. In fact, the term "RUN Forest RUN" wasn't about dodging bullets. A woman was after him wanting benefits.
    lol
  • View author's info posted on Jul 14, 2006 15:33


    wwww123456 write:
    BlondeLightning write:
    Hi Everyone!

    This is too much Bill and Rob, LMAO! You guys are just to funny. I guess we can say now the FWB thing has changed to Federal Witholding Bank, lol.

    I tend to opt for the "Secured Deposit", lol. But any shrewd investor would go for the annuity.

    One for sure thing that allows for better flexability than the 401k is the Keough. You can drop in more and pull out faster, lol. Talk to you soon.


    Hey, don't do the secured deposit thing. I did that twice, and wound up with two children nine months later. Pull out faster may be the safer way to go, but certainly not much fun.


    Then you get hit with an early withdrawl penalty. It could be even more costly and painful. lol.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 14, 2006 14:57


    robtest write:
    That is the thing about Friends with Benefits. So many investing styles are available, sure one can match your preferences. I hear that a lot of men are beginning to try and advise their FWBs to stop using the Keough's and instead start using Kegels. One friend told me that they make for some really tight investments. Apparently when your hedge fund starts losing momentum, that is the best way to get it up again...
    Rob your too funny but investing in the Kegel plan , sometimes you can leave broke LOL.Nancy
  • View author's info posted on Jul 12, 2006 20:04


    BlondeLightning write:
    Hi Everyone!

    This is too much Bill and Rob, LMAO! You guys are just to funny. I guess we can say now the FWB thing has changed to Federal Witholding Bank, lol.

    I tend to opt for the "Secured Deposit", lol. But any shrewd investor would go for the annuity.

    One for sure thing that allows for better flexability than the 401k is the Keough. You can drop in more and pull out faster, lol. Talk to you soon.


    Hey, don't do the secured deposit thing. I did that twice, and wound up with two children nine months later. Pull out faster may be the safer way to go, but certainly not much fun.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 03:11


    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    lmao....both at your combined wit and the sheer joy of hearing men banter!
    Geezz, who knew, all we have to do is give you an avenue to talk money metaphors?!

    Carry on, men!


    Well, feel free to join right in! I am pretty certain that in today's modern society that many females are well aquainted with both investing and FWBs. After all, it does take two to raise the interest rates to new levels...

    I never did like them metaphors though. I lost my shirt on them one time. Seems that they are just like this other fund except they don't pay any dividends or hold their value...


    You are quite correct about metaphors, Rob. Isn't there an old saying that goes "A fool and his mataphors are soon parted." Fed meeting today. Interest rates will go even higher. So will adjustable mortgage rates and credit card rates. Cash is looking better and better. MM will prosper. JMHO.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 22, 2006 22:43


    RapturousRed write:
    lmao....both at your combined wit and the sheer joy of hearing men banter!
    Geezz, who knew, all we have to do is give you an avenue to talk money metaphors?!

    Carry on, men!


    Well, feel free to join right in! I am pretty certain that in today's modern society that many females are well aquainted with both investing and FWBs. After all, it does take two to raise the interest rates to new levels...

    I never did like them metaphors though. I lost my shirt on them one time. Seems that they are just like this other fund except they don't pay any dividends or hold their value...
  • View author's info posted on Jun 21, 2006 15:44


    lmao....both at your combined wit and the sheer joy of hearing men banter!
    Geezzzzzzz, who knew, all we have to do is give you an avenue to talk money metaphors?!

    Carry on, men!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 14:49


    Actually in a rising interest rate environment MM (money market) is not a bad place to be. You get to just lie around while the Fed pumps things up for you.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 10:40


    That is the thing about Friends with Benefits. So many investing styles are available, sure one can match your preferences. I hear that a lot of men are beginning to try and advise their FWBs to stop using the Keough's and instead start using Kegels. One friend told me that they make for some really tight investments. Apparently when your hedge fund starts losing momentum, that is the best way to get it up again...
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 08:14


    BlondeLightning write:
    Hi Everyone!

    This is too much Bill and Rob, LMAO! You guys are just to funny. I guess we can say now the FWB thing has changed to Federal Witholding Bank, lol.

    I tend to opt for the "Secured Deposit", lol. But any shrewd investor would go for the annuity.

    One for sure thing that allows for better flexability than the 401k is the Keough. You can drop in more and pull out faster, lol. Talk to you soon.


    LOL, BL. We needed some new investment advisors over here. Rob's Mutual Fund advice was starting to get me a little worried. Sounded too much like a group for my investment style. lol.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 11:17


    billzeke write:

    robtest write:

    billzeke write:

    RapturousRed write:

    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???


    We're both repeating ourselves! lol

    The FWB won't get you that 401k match but you certainly must know there are always penalties for early withdrawal!



    I always heard the penalties were for withdrawing too late. lmao



    I guess it all depends what age bracket you are dating in! There are certain benefits for selecting partner accounts with the proper maturity level. Now how does one get started? Do you have to give them an F-DIC insured deposit? ROFLMAO



    LMAO Rob. Some serious thought should also be given to whether it is a bona fide withdrawl or just a roll-over. lol


    Very true, many times the moneymakers will pull their assets out of the market, only to reinsert them back at a more opportune time. I guess it depends on their cumulative expectations. A smart investor will always watch for those rising interest rates... Sometimes finding the right Mutual Fund is difficult.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 10:58


    robtest write:

    billzeke write:

    RapturousRed write:

    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???


    We're both repeating ourselves! lol

    The FWB won't get you that 401k match but you certainly must know there are always penalties for early withdrawal!



    I always heard the penalties were for withdrawing too late. lmao



    I guess it all depends what age bracket you are dating in! There are certain benefits for selecting partner accounts with the proper maturity level. Now how does one get started? Do you have to give them an F-DIC insured deposit? ROFLMAO


    LMAO Rob. Some serious thought should also be given to whether it is a bona fide withdrawl or just a roll-over. lol
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 10:36


    billzeke write:

    RapturousRed write:

    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???


    We're both repeating ourselves! lol

    The FWB won't get you that 401k match but you certainly must know there are always penalties for early withdrawal!



    I always heard the penalties were for withdrawing too late. lmao


    I guess it all depends what age bracket you are dating in! There are certain benefits for selecting partner accounts with the proper maturity level. Now how does one get started? Do you have to give them an F-DIC insured deposit? ROFLMAO
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 06:53


    RapturousRed write:

    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???


    We're both repeating ourselves! lol

    The FWB won't get you that 401k match but you certainly must know there are always penalties for early withdrawal!


    I always heard the penalties were for withdrawing too late. lmao
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 02:15


    robtest write:
    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???

    We're both repeating ourselves! lol

    The FWB won't get you that 401k match but you certainly must know there are always penalties for early withdrawal!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 18, 2006 13:04


    RapturousRed write:
    this is a repeat subject!!


    Did you say that in the other thread too??? Good Lord Woman, it has you repeating yourself...

    How good are the benefits in these FWB relationships? I wouldn't mind finding one with a good health option and maybe a decent dental plan... How about a 401k with match incentive and no penalties for early withdrawl???
  • View author's info posted on Jun 18, 2006 04:33


    smiles,smooches, BL. It's okay to be redundant. God knows how many threads we've seen on such topics as "Does Age Matter", or "Golddiggers" or "I Can't Find a Man Because I'm a Single Mother"!

    In the other thread most (men & women) take it same my interpreation: male/female friends who have sex. There were a couple other viewpoints, but none that really made sense.

    Now, the FWOB, that's a good question!
    Absolutely mix sex with friendship and the entire dynamic of the relationship changes - and not always for the better. Some relationships are just intended to be friendsips (not that there's anything wrong with that!). That's one of the reasons I don't always understand the "let's be friends first" theory.

    On the other hand, who could imagine not having the benefit of friends who will support you as you described in your "Friendship Poem"? True friends is the benefit, isn't it?
  • View author's info posted on Jun 17, 2006 06:23


    this is a repeat subject!!
  • View author's info posted on Apr 29, 2006 05:54


    Perhaps you have the slipper I am looking for?!?
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