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Posted on Sat, Oct 15, 2005 19:46

romanticlass,you would be great at it, go for it, i am in the entertainment field myself, and your good...



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Posted on Sat, Oct 15, 2005 05:33

romanticlass i love your posts, they are relly kool, great insight girl, nice to see it on here so intense...but very honest, high five

  


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Posted on Tue, Oct 11, 2005 20:52

Ok...I'll be honest. I'm looking for a guy who is hung like a horse....but, if he's rich enough, he can be hung like a hamster.


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OH darn, I know a billionaire that is hung like a horse, but he wants a woman built like a hamster. Tough luck.



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Posted on Tue, Oct 11, 2005 14:45

sweendog, i accept the two proposals online, lets go to Vegas baby.lol I like sweendog, he is a cutie, lets breed, omg,at our age, lol, you have 4 kids, with my 1 and 2 more is the Brady Bunch, and we are both over 40, i love to joke around, can i get a laugh, Cub,NYC,Ice,sharp,lol,lol kiss kiss, wink, super wink...to you sweendoggy...rrrrrrhhhhhhh

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 10, 2005 22:53


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sweendogr write:
Lets be honest about this ladies,if you can find a man with looks and money then why not narrow your search to just that. Men look for certain items of choice also,wink.



Ok...I'll be honest. I'm looking for a guy who is hung like a horse....but, if he's rich enough, he can be hung like a hamster.



so Flamingo , is that not a mercenary exchange?
What if the rich guy loses all his wealth? He will still be hung like a hamster .
And if the poor guy gets rich, you get the best of both worlds? Rethink your choices wisely ..lol



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Posted on Thu, Oct 06, 2005 13:55

Maybe it's given that men and women alike want to live a comfortable life. Whoever denies this is simply a liar. On the other hand, I believe that no man/woman on earth would like to spend the rest of his /her life with a partner who wants nothing from him/her but his/her money. What if he/she gets sick or something happens and he/she loses everything, does that mean it's bye-bye time?
I work at the hospital and believe me I've seen a lot of dramas more horrendous than what you see on tv. A patient of mine(already on his fourth marriage) realized too late that his wife married him for the wrong reason. I never saw even a glimpse of her shadow during his hospitalization. Come to think of it, he was even hitting on me. Hm, maybe he got what he deserved.Lol!
On the other hand, I have met a bunch of not so nice men who seemed to be perfect gentlemen on their profiles, e-mails,etc. When I met them, it was quite obvious they only wanted
one thing:a pillow mate. Sigh!
That's not why I am here. Being in the medical profession also gave other guys a wrong impression that I could be a future "sugar mommy" for them. Geez! I feel and think that I am still young to be put in that category!LOL!
Different strokes for different folks but I would still want to give this one last try with the hope that this site would have some sincere male/female members who have the same goals as I do: to find a partner who's ready for the real thing...
Linda Carter(Wonder Woman) once said" If you do the right thing, right things happen..."
Good luck to everyone!!!



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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2005 17:34

Lets be honest about this ladies,if you can find a man with looks and money then why not narrow your search to just that. Men look for certain items of choice also,wink.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2005 11:01

yes, I agree to a certain extent....I will "go on to the next one" only if we do not appear to 'hit it off". When I find that "certain someone" I'd be happy to cancel my subscription forever!!



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Posted on Mon, Oct 03, 2005 10:49

nah, I found a yacht "boring" and confining. Nice to have it "parked" somewhere just to look at though.
"can you raise money doing anything"
I thought it grew on tree's!!!!!!



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Posted on Sun, Oct 02, 2005 06:11


sharp1 write:

scorpio_ice write:

ready2BwithU write:

sharp1 write:

Rose2009 write:
Having been accused of being a "gold digger" by my ex mother-in-law, one thing I would definately advise all ladies here is to make sure all his friends like you and especially his family otherwise it can be a living hell. I was never interested in his money, or his family money and when they cut him off with nothing I stuck by him,because I wanted to be with him. Sad thing was he didn't stick with me, he eventually decided he liked money better!


Sorry he left you, and it hurts. He came from money, but obviously had no clue how to make it for himself in order to sustain the lifestyle he was accustomed to. Someone more worthy of you will come along, and he will either know how to make his money, or he will prioritize better. Money doesn't buy happiness.



Sharp1 has the personality of a retired citizen old man. Quit pretending you're a woman.



oh pleeeeze it's already been said by you on another thread by yet ANOTHER of your false profiles!! It's becoming boring now!


Thanks Scorpio...it is becoming boring. I've written MM several times, but no response. My membership expires in October...think I'll become a ghost...when non-paying fake profiles can post insults to paying members on every thread...why would I want to pay for that service? lmao
MM continues to lose good paying members due to their indifference to this problem. I guess they have enough business...ours is insignificant.



I agree with you Sharp!! It takes alot to make me feel anger towards another person but what I've seen in here is turning my stomach!!! The attack on Mel is far more disgusting than anything I have seen in here so far and I cannot believe that MM doesn't monitor these threads now that they know so many false profiles are being created at this time instead of waiting for MM members to report them. I for one WILL NOT be renewing my membership if this isn't cleared up TODAY nevermind this week!!!

As it is, I am now going to continue doing MM's job and reporting every last one of the false profiles which doesn't leave much time for posting!

  


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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 16:02


ready2BwithU write:

sharp1 write:

Rose2009 write:
Having been accused of being a "gold digger" by my ex mother-in-law, one thing I would definately advise all ladies here is to make sure all his friends like you and especially his family otherwise it can be a living hell. I was never interested in his money, or his family money and when they cut him off with nothing I stuck by him,because I wanted to be with him. Sad thing was he didn't stick with me, he eventually decided he liked money better!


Sorry he left you, and it hurts. He came from money, but obviously had no clue how to make it for himself in order to sustain the lifestyle he was accustomed to. Someone more worthy of you will come along, and he will either know how to make his money, or he will prioritize better. Money doesn't buy happiness.



Sharp1 has the personality of a retired citizen old man. Quit pretending you're a woman.



oh pleeeeze it's already been said by you on another thread by yet ANOTHER of your false profiles!! It's becoming boring now!

  


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Posted on Sat, Oct 01, 2005 00:33

Most women do want men with money. But most of them want someone that will listen to them. I know I would like to have a man that is going to spoil me rotten and listen, make me laugh and enjoy life at the same time. If he can do that then he's a winner in my book.

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Posted on Fri, Sep 30, 2005 00:16


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I'm sure no woman puts "dirt poor" on the top of their list either. Women tend to be more "sensitive" to money matters, especially when they don't have any! When you have never had much money (like myself) it's very difficult to ask someone else for money because it feels as though you're asking them for something that THEY need as much as you do. See what I'm getting at? I'm here because I want to find a "sugardaddy" so to say, but more than that I'm looking for someone who'll talk to me. I'm looking for someone who is educated and open-minded. I'm not meaning to stereotype, but it seems that the most educated and sophisticated people are wealthy. The "rich" people are the ones who can afford such luxuries as adult education (college) or travel. These things expand a person's point of view as well as understanding the world. I'm looking for someone willing to give me the opportunity to have those same luxuries... in exchange for some great conversations!!



Try working for some 'escort' service but insist that it is only conversation and no sex or go work for a millionaires casino /club..or be an air stewardess only in first class cabin..or work in conference organisations where u meet all the professionals..but you sure need to polish up on your 'conversation skills'..and flirting skills...and invest in your assets whatever they maybe..go to the beauty tips site here..lots of well groomed ladies dispensing lots of vital tips for the makeover of a lifetime..good luck and hope you find that catch...



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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 12:55


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I'm sexy, I'm cute, I'm popular to boot. I'm b*tchin, great hair, the boys all love to stare,. I'm wanted i'm hot, i'm everything your not. You hate us cause we're beautifull well we dont like you either, we're cheerleaders!!! HAHA just had to add this in for laughs, srry if i've offended anyone. Cute pic very sexy girl.. XOXO, LC




hahaha made me laugh!

  


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Posted on Thu, Sep 29, 2005 08:22

I agree with you. I came on this site to find a man that will spoil and pamper me. Someone to show me things that I may never experience with someone that is not wealthy. I love the finer things in life.

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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2005 14:48

Some ladies just don't want to come off as needy. That could scare a person off.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 25, 2005 01:39

Every woman is looking for her prince charming or they wouldnt be here. This is one of the few sites out there with Intelligent men, that have goals in life.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 18, 2005 22:39

I'm sexy, I'm cute, I'm popular to boot. I'm b*tchin, great hair, the boys all love to stare,. I'm wanted i'm hot, i'm everything your not. You hate us cause we're beautifull well we dont like you either, we're cheerleaders!!! HAHA just had to add this in for laughs, srry if i've offended anyone. Cute pic very sexy girl.. XOXO, LC



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Posted on Fri, Sep 16, 2005 09:03

I'm sure no woman puts "dirt poor" on the top of their list either. Women tend to be more "sensitive" to money matters, especially when they don't have any! When you have never had much money (like myself) it's very difficult to ask someone else for money because it feels as though you're asking them for something that THEY need as much as you do. See what I'm getting at? I'm here because I want to find a "sugardaddy" so to say, but more than that I'm looking for someone who'll talk to me. I'm looking for someone who is educated and open-minded. I'm not meaning to stereotype, but it seems that the most educated and sophisticated people are wealthy. The "rich" people are the ones who can afford such luxuries as adult education (college) or travel. These things expand a person's point of view as well as understanding the world. I'm looking for someone willing to give me the opportunity to have those same luxuries... in exchange for some great conversations!!

  


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Posted on Sun, Sep 04, 2005 18:22

I think most women do want a man who has money, but many men find this offensive in some cases. I am would love to have a man that is wealthy and I have chemistry with them also. I have so serious problems with finding the right mix. Sometimes they are very nice, good looking, but stingy. Or very giving, but I am not attracted to them. As rule I do not take money or gifts from men that I have know intentions of making good on making him feel good about giving it to me.



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