If the guy I’m dating wants to spend his extra money on travel, food, experiences, a nice watch, a new suit, a new car or toy, that’s great.
If he’s spending his money on booze, gambling, or other degenerate things, I’ll know that it’s time for me to move on. If he’s still getting help from his parents or if his parents pay his rent, that’s a huge turn off for me. He’s a grown man and should have a savings account. Does he ever plan on having kids and if so, what about sending them to college? I’m not asking for expensive jewelry or a new car here, but I would like to have a partner who can treat me occasionally.
In other words, gold digger is just another term for a female grifter who pulls a long con.
One example is being on their best behaviour for years – they’ll be happy to buy your meals and clothes, and take you on holidays.What they want is your family’s wealth, and they’ll do everything to look respectable until they can lay their hands on it.I understand that under certain circumstances, some great guys might not be exactly where they’d like to be financially.As long as he works hard, has some goals for himself and want’s to make a change, he’s alright in my book.I don’t want to have to loan someone money or pay for someone’s meals or pay his phone bill because he just can’t swing it.
Some guys may find me intimidating, but I’m looking for someone strong and independent like myself.
Sure, he’s probably saving money by living at home but to me, that shows that he’s not adult enough to be out on his own in the real world. Don’t invite me on a date and then expect me to split the bill in half with you.
If a guy can’t pay the bill at a fancy restaurant, he should take me somewhere more casual instead.
Sometimes it’s important to take a step back and think about the privacy settings on your phone and on the apps you use.
But news that Cosby retrial judge Steven O’Neill will allow witness testimony from a woman who claims she overheard accuser Andrea Constand say she could make false sexual allegation claims against a celebrity to scam dough, confuses the matter.
I’m a grown woman and I’m looking for another grown-up to spend my time with. If a guy’s not smart enough or mature enough to have a backup plan if he needs it, he probably isn’t the right guy for me. I may be looking way into the future here, but I’m almost 30 years old and thinking this way shouldn’t be seen as crazy or unrealistic. Whether that’s a nice bouquet of flowers to let me know he’s thinking of me or planning a vacation together—it’s nice to have someone who has the means to do things like this. Listen, as much as I’ve just explained how important it is for me to be with someone who has their act together financially, I’m not unreasonable.