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Posted on Sun, Nov 13, 2005 09:01

Oh, I don't know. Look at Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Jowls(oops, Bowles, I meant Bowles). She is definitely no Barbie doll but he preferred her over Diana, which was younger and prettier by far. I think it depends on what the man is looking for. If he's looking for a trophy, he'll go for the Barbie doll. If he's looking for something real he will want you to be appealing to him sexually but not necessarily look like Barbie. I think despite what is often said about men, both men and women date people whom they find physically attractive. I mean, when was the last time any of the women here dated someone with no teeth and a gut that hung down to his knees because he was a nice guy? We all have a basic body type and basic looks to work with and you don't need to look like Barbie to look your best. For some women, their best isn't even thin and they still find men that adore them: look at Liz Taylor. Marilyn Monroe was also not a thin gall (she wore size 16 as does Kate Kinslet the lead in Titanic) yet no one in their right mind would call these ladies ugly-certainly not the men that loved and married them. As an old rabi used to say: If you can not be perfect, do what you can. I am not jewish but I think he had it right. By the way gals, I was about 7 when the first Barbie came out and the original Barbie was a brunette with blue eyes,not a blonde. I still have her somewhere at my parents house :-) Yes, I am old enough for that; I am 40 and I am not Barbie but I think I look youtful for my age. The picture posted here was taken last Fri. (11/11/05).



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 17:12

I have to say that I have dated millionaire's and once I was comfortable and gained weight. Thinking he loved me for me. Just having a pretty face was not good enough. I have had lipo so many times. Now, I try really hard for someone to like me just with weight but, you run into guys who figure your desperate because you have weight and pretty enough to get laid. So, they come on to me hard and I just run away from them. But, when I lose the weight in the past you were treated like a bimbo. You do what they say, wear what they want, and most of all you do the crazy stuff in bed that you would normally say no to. It's more for his ego, just like his car. I have yet to find a guy who like's me for my face and not my body. Even guys who are not millionaires with just a little money are the same. I actually had a fat 60 year old guy who I thought would be nice to me with average income tell me that if I lost 15 pounds I would be great. He was 250 lbs.



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Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2005 17:53

im a barbie girl in a barbie world, but no plastic here, all women, lol romanticlass, i survived the hurricane,lol...damage to home and drama with getting back online, im back...lol



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Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2005 16:10

weelassy1 ill hide behind a curtian with you anyday sweetie *wink*



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Posted on Wed, Nov 02, 2005 15:47

WHY WOULD ANY MAN WANT A WOMEN, WHO'S PLASTIC AND REQ. MONEY TO KEEP HER SELF UP. AND NO MAN SHOULD HAVE TO PAY FOR THAT. LAST I KNEW THAT WAS PROSTITUTION.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 31, 2005 12:58

RomanticLass write:
Again we need to throw some humor into this thread...no more shameless plugs...LMAO.

OMG Romantic...too funny! D0m & Petite would get a kick out of this...make sure you post it on the threads they post...Pics for women only? lmao



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Posted on Mon, Oct 31, 2005 09:31

Again we need to throw some humor into this thread...no more shameless plugs...LMAO.
Again we need to throw some humor into this thread...no more shameless plugs...LMAO.

  
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Posted on Mon, Oct 24, 2005 19:36

That is so true,(I'm not saying that you all are)but....barbie doll looking girls are mostly dumb(not saying it because of me, LOL)but I have meet a lot of barbie "dumb" looking girls!
That is so true,(I'm not saying that you all are)but....barbie doll looking girls are mostly dumb(not saying it because of me, LOL)but I have meet a lot of barbie "dumb" looking girls!

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Posted on Fri, Oct 21, 2005 20:27

hey forgt the cat fights, where are the guys???
hey forgt the cat fights, where are the guys???

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Posted on Fri, Oct 21, 2005 08:01

bobsthename write:
u know I just have to respond to the goodlife 2005 persepective on this. you can't just stereotype rich man = dumb blonde girlfriend. There are different kinds of rich men. Lottery winners, Daddies money and sports heroes didn't exactly need brains to be loaded, so those ones are going to be more likely satisfied with the "looks" alone that their money brings and less concerned with brains. Certainly younger wealthy guys would be more interested in looks regardless of other factors, and that is dictated by age not wealth.

But a wealthy self made guy is more likely going to be intelligent, have wealth(by default) and probably be a better looking character than the other types. That person is likely going to be hanging around good looking, intelligent people. But his woman is different...a cut above. She is going to be very good looking and intelligent.

I didn't come here to meet an intelligent woman. Nor a beautiful woman. Those two factors by themselves are VERY easy to find. I'm looking for not only both of those factors in one person, but also someone who is funloving - more interested in a physical adventure than jewellery. And she has to make me feel like a man, because I'm going to make her feel like a woman. And that is tough to find. And even at my age, I'm still interested in having kids, amazing kids, when I find that woman of my dreams. I offer it all, I want it all back.

Bob, Good for you...good outlook to have..."Even at your age?" You're silly, you are still a young man...

  


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Posted on Fri, Oct 21, 2005 05:18

u know I just have to respond to the goodlife 2005 persepective on this. you can't just stereotype rich man = dumb blonde girlfriend. There are different kinds of rich men. Lottery winners, Daddies money and sports heroes didn't exactly need brains to be loaded, so those ones are going to be more likely satisfied with the "looks" alone that their money brings and less concerned with brains. Certainly younger wealthy guys would be more interested in looks regardless of other factors, and that is dictated by age not wealth.

But a wealthy self made guy is more likely going to be intelligent, have wealth(by default) and probably be a better looking character than the other types. That person is likely going to be hanging around good looking, intelligent people. But his woman is different...a cut above. She is going to be very good looking and intelligent.

I didn't come here to meet an intelligent woman. Nor a beautiful woman. Those two factors by themselves are VERY easy to find. I'm looking for not only both of those factors in one person, but also someone who is funloving - more interested in a physical adventure than jewellery. And she has to make me feel like a man, because I'm going to make her feel like a woman. And that is tough to find. And even at my age, I'm still interested in having kids, amazing kids, when I find that woman of my dreams. I offer it all, I want it all back.
u know I just have to respond to the goodlife 2005 persepective on this. you can't just stereotype rich man = dumb blonde girlfriend. There are different kinds of rich men. Lottery winners, Daddies money and sports heroes didn't exactly need brains to be loaded, so those ones are going to be more likely satisfied with the "looks" alone that their money brings and less concerned with brains. Certainly younger wealthy guys would be more interested in looks regardless of other factors, and that is dictated by age not wealth.

But a wealthy self made guy is more likely going to be intelligent, have wealth(by default) and probably be a better looking character than the other types. That person is likely going to be hanging around good looking, intelligent people. But his woman is different...a cut above. She is going to be very good looking and intelligent.

I didn't come here to meet an intelligent woman. Nor a beautiful woman. Those two factors by themselves are VERY easy to find. I'm looking for not only both of those factors in one person, but also someone who is funloving - more interested in a physical adventure than jewellery. And she has to make me feel like a man, because I'm going to make her feel like a woman. And that is tough to find. And even at my age, I'm still interested in having kids, amazing kids, when I find that woman of my dreams. I offer it all, I want it all back.



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Posted on Wed, Oct 19, 2005 19:55

I have no idea what millionaires want as I have only dated one, and he had a few control issues. I would hope they want the same as I: someone they feel comfortable with on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. It's difficult to meet all these qualifications with anyone--let alone millionaires.
I have no idea what millionaires want as I have only dated one, and he had a few control issues. I would hope they want the same as I: someone they feel comfortable with on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. It's difficult to meet all these qualifications with anyone--let alone millionaires.

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Posted on Fri, Oct 14, 2005 17:38


irishbutterfly write:
I have weighed 223 pounds and am currently at 122 pounds. I battled weight all my life up and down like a yo-yo. I have lost and maintained this weight for eight years now. I think everybody has an axe to grind. I never ever would judge someone because of their weight...not male not female. Not because they were too skinny or had some extra weight...I look for nice easy going pleasant witty people. I have to tell those of you who think it's okay to make comments about skinny women is as bad as people making comments about overweight women..their both wrong. They are both being critical and judgemental. Think about it...

Just want to put the record straight - that I wasn't being critical about a persons weight but about the perception. Yes, I do believe that you should not judge a book by the cover in any direction or appearance that book comes in. I might have sounded harsh because I dispise the judgemental attitude that is portrayed through some of this.....if you want to be a barbie or whatever fill your boots, everybody has a right to be what they want... I think I will go back to the lighter side of things, LOL



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Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2005 16:18

I have weighed 223 pounds and am currently at 122 pounds. I battled weight all my life up and down like a yo-yo. I have lost and maintained this weight for eight years now. I think everybody has an axe to grind. I never ever would judge someone because of their weight...not male not female. Not because they were too skinny or had some extra weight...I look for nice easy going pleasant witty people. I have to tell those of you who think it's okay to make comments about skinny women is as bad as people making comments about overweight women..their both wrong. They are both being critical and judgemental. Think about it...



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Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2005 09:14


skov1 write:
Lighten up everyone......everybody is different.....and everyone looks for different things at different times in their lives.....but mostly people want to be happy, enjoy life and have a trusted lover/partner by their side.......let's not minimize the character, smarts and personality that many very attractive people exhibit......

It is true that men are very visual, especially initially as has been pointed out....but in the end, the type of person a woman is usually becomes most important -- and if you are lucky enough to find "Barbie-type" beauty and character, humor and intellect -- then congrats you have hit the jackpot -- don't let this "prize" get away !


Well this is true. If you're lucky enough to find a good combination I say definitely hold on tight. And that goes for men and women!
I have thought about things over the years and I have let some really great ones go for the love of work or some other completely stupid reason. Thank god we get older and wiser. Speaking of wiser...Here is my words of wisdom that I will share with everyone: "You can't keep standing on the shore of time with diamonds rolling upon your feet, and keep throwing them back in hopes that they will continue to wash back up." There is your words of inspiration for the day...now get back to work!

  


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Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2005 05:23

omg, at 5'8, 145 lbs, size 10, i am not a fat cow, and i have no problem getting dates,it is about how you carry yourself...and what the passion is between two people, size is a # in love...



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Posted on Wed, Oct 12, 2005 20:18

Lighten up everyone......everybody is different.....and everyone looks for different things at different times in their lives.....but mostly people want to be happy, enjoy life and have a trusted lover/partner by their side.......let's not minimize the character, smarts and personality that many very attractive people exhibit......

It is true that men are very visual, especially initially as has been pointed out....but in the end, the type of person a woman is usually becomes most important -- and if you are lucky enough to find "Barbie-type" beauty and character, humor and intellect -- then congrats you have hit the jackpot -- don't let this "prize" get away !



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Posted on Wed, Oct 12, 2005 13:29

My thoughts on Barbie....
Barbie in relation to people always meant to me, a woman who was so full of herself, bubble head, materialistic, self absorbed, I think you get the picture. It it not about barbie's looks - it's about who she represents-no brains. This is why they came out with barbie's sister Kelly who has red hair & thinks, etc. Who made these dolls in the first place for little girls to idolize and grow up with misguided representations of what a woman is "supposed" to look like??? Yes, I was a little girl once who grew up with those false thoughts - oh yes there is another - a knight in shinning armour that will carry me off to his castle. Reality check!!



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Posted on Wed, Oct 12, 2005 13:21


jersey_sunshine write:
Asianbutterfly asked (What happens to that barbie doll when she grows old and start putting on weigth and when her beauty start wilting like flowers?)


Ken buys her plastic surgery and sends her off to Mexico for the work so he can sleep with Skipper until new and imporved barbie comes out of her new 'eating disorder' included box.


Ok sorry just had to add a little humor to the board.

Yes but Ken & Barbie broke up they are no longer together - so now she has to find someone else to pay for her surgery...oh no maybe she is on this site too! LOL



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Posted on Sun, Oct 09, 2005 20:38


gerry3525 write:
Missdelightfull:

A word about several women's unsolicited remarks to you....

The nasty and hurtful comments made by these individuals are an unfortunate part of their personalities and probably contribute to their poor overall perception by others.

If a man can allow a woman's physical appearance to excuse this type of conduct, he needs psychological help to cope with his own lack of self esteem.

You're due a very sincere apology, for their completely outrageous conduct.

Best wishes,

Gerry


"WHAT an absolute gentlemen! On behalf of all the women who are too classy to ever let such a hurtful comment fall from their lips...thank you for being nice and leaving such a nice comment on her post."