- Oct 28, 2017
am i a gold digger guys
u guys are hateful
u guys are hateful
I don't see OP being "reeled" into anything here. I also think it's disingenuous and shitty for OP to string somebody along who clearly has hope for or sees the potential, even if its far-fetched, for a genuine romantic relationship eventually developing.It's really, really not.
There is a huge difference between a person seeking out someone specifically for financial security and/or a lavish lifestyle, and a person who is reeled into a relationship with someone who thinks they can buy love once they fear the relationship will go south without some sort of material incentive to stay in the relationship. The former is someone intentionally hunting people down whom they believe they can manipulate in order to gain access to their wealth, the latter is someone taking advantage of a mutually advantageous situation. The difference between the two is not merely 'semantics'.
It's essentially the difference between a gold digger and a sugar baby.
Stop fucking lying. lmaoI didn't ask for any stuff I got. How does that make me materialistic?
I'm not doing this for materialistic reasons. The idea of securing my future financially and working less is what sounds interesting to me. When it comes to materialistic stuff, I already have everything I want. And I can get whatever I want, without anyone's help.
Yeah, really agree w/ the bolded. Another thing to keep in mind is that if you do "retire", and then things go awry, you may be starting from 0. Time off can look bad on resumes, etc., etc.Your interest in him faded after a week. When the novelty of getting some expensive things fades, you'll still not be interested in him.
Living off someone else's money means your full-time job is keeping them happy enough to support you. That sounds like a nightmare if you don't genuinely love them.
Omg thanks luv x
*casually mentions they're better than you*This is why I hate this site sometimes. I can definitely be an asshole, but I'm no liar.
Not everyone who has a good life is a liar. And I do have a good life. I've posted many pics on discord of myself. I exist. I even posted nudes there haha.
And I get attention from members here as well with their sometimes creepy pm's. ( I won't mention names)
But if you don't want to believe this, then that's your own right.
As someone who is not wealthy, I assume it's because having a certain amount of wealth affords you a certain standard of living and lifestyle. People with more money are going to go to fancier restaurants, go on extravagant vacations, enjoy more expensive hobbies, outings, activities, whatever. So if you're dating someone who literally can't afford to do those things all the time, you can't share those things with them unless you literally share your money with them. At a certain point, the amount of money you have kind of effects your "culture." It becomes harder to relate when there's a vast difference in wealth.One thing I've always wondered about people like OP is if he's so wealthy (I'm not saying you're lying) why is it so important that the people you relate to should be wealthy as well. When is it time to start appreciating people for what they are and not for what they have if money is not a problem to you as you numerous times have clarified during this thread.
Because, from my own experience, wealthy or successful guys are often more educated. It's easier to understand each other in many things and conversations are always better.One thing I've always wondered about people like OP is if he's so wealthy (I'm not saying you're lying) why is it so important that the people you relate to should be wealthy as well. When is it time to start appreciating people for what they are and not for what they have if money is not a problem to you as you numerous times have clarified during this thread.
Wealthy people are thick as fuck and think they're smart either because they ate a dictionary or no one wants to call them out as a result of their wealth and connections.
One week after we dated, the guy confessed that he’s very wealthy. I’m sure he noticed me ghosting him a little bit, so he played that card. I was skeptical in the beginning because people lie a lot. I told him that’s good for him but that I’m currently not ready for a relationship.
Ok, I defended your right to sugar dating but this post reeks of elitism. Wealthy people are no better than working class or poor people and it's a shame that your dating pool is so limited in perspective.Because, from my own experience, wealthy or successful guys are often more educated. It's easier to understand each other in many things and conversations are always better.
People who aren't motivated bore me and I think they will drag me down somehow.
I guess me becoming a "sugar baby" and stop working also means lack of motivation. But I'm 35 years old. I've been working my ass off since I was 21. I achieved many things I wanted to achieve. And with my resume I can start working whenever I want.
I just don't mind a rest. Maybe work two days in the beginning and them retire. Sounds good to me. And I think I deserve it.
And call me an asshole of you want. Heard that before and I don't give a damn.
I'm not saying wealthy people are better humans. No way.
What I'm saying is that your reasoning for this is flawed. I'm sure you find it easier to relate to wealthy guys in certain respects, but you shouldn't assume that you're going to have a more intellectually stimulating/rewarding experience with a person based on how much money they make.
You just lumped all poor people as unmotivated and boring?I'm not saying wealthy people are better humans. No way.
And I'm not a millionaire. I'm well off, probbaly high middle class, I dunno.
I have respect for everyone, but when it comes to serious dating I have different standards and I prefer the more successful guys.
When it comes to hook ups I don't care.