She Said: "I'm looking for a man to take care of me" (men, single)
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But she isn't sitting on her butt waiting for a man to take care of her. She is a project manager at a fortune 500 company. Obviously she is working hard and taking care of herself. Again I do think that what she said is hilarious, and I can understand it because I used to feel similar, but believe it or not, I know women that snag men that are willing to provide in the way the OP described.
I think what she said is funny and ridiculous. Okay so she works at a fortune 500 company and takes care of herself (I also worked at one for a short while) anyway -- I just don't see the point in all that princess talk if you are already taking care of yourself and so called working hard. but okay, whatever. Yes I already agreed before there are men who will be into a woman like that, what else is new. *shrugs*
My thoughts? You can earn the money yourself and be your own master or you can marry money and be a slave to it.
Also once you put a pricetag on someone you have completely failed as an authentic human being. You have become a shadow of a lover, a hollow soul and will always thirst for a connection that cannot exist.
Last edited by moonsavvy; 06-30-2012 at 12:09 PM..
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Originally Posted by LexWest
I don't think anyone was discussing laziness, hard times, or current/potential financial status, in regards to men's income.
Alot of people associate someone broke to just not trying, is not doing anything with their life, ect. people on here were making statements basically saying that they would not date a man making low income. And that's why I said you don't know if someone fell on hard times or what until you get to know him or that he may be the best man you ever had, my point was money doesn't make a relationship (well shouldn't).
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