How can you tell if she is a gold digger?
What are some of the obvious signs that she is a gold digger?
Pay my light bill, pay my gas bill, spot me a Benjamin, buy me some new shoes, get me a gucci purse, I need some Louis Vitton, I need to be get my nails done, it's time for my manicure and pedicure, buy me a car, I deserve a benz........I, I, I, I, me, me, me! It's always about what she can get out of the relationship.
Being preoccupied with activites that require money in order to have a good time. Generally speaking these women want to go, go, go (shopping, vacations, restaurants, and various entertainment outings). The thought of sitting a home in front of the fireplace, sharing a bubble bath, making dinner together, having a picnic for two, other intimate things bores them. Some women will point blank ask a man for money to help with bills or buy them items. A guy knows he's in trouble when he refuses and hears her say, "A (real man) would....etc"
In all honesty everyone is with someone because they have something they admire or desire that makes them feel good. I've never heard of anyone saying I want a person who has absolutely nothing going for themselves! (good looks,very smart, romantic/affectionate, money, power, fame, sense of humor, or engaging personality) all of these attract others. Each of us decides for what are the "must haves" on our "relationship shopping list".
Deep down us men are hypocrites when it comes to the "gold digger" issue. On the one hand we don't want them and yet we strive to succeed in life because (we believe if you are "rich enough" you can have any woman you want!) Note: Any man who has a daughter also wants her to marry a "successful man". He doesn't want her to bring home any guy considers to be a loser no matter how much "in love" she is or how content he may be with winning janitor of the year!
by aykianink 2 years ago
I've seen this more than once and would love to hear everyone's opinion.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Do you or a friend make a living as a gold digger?Gold diggers are usually women and sometimes men, that make their living by purposely choosing wealthy individuals to support them financially.
by Kenneth C Agudo 8 years ago
For you what is a Gold Digger?
by StrictlyQuotes 2 years ago
How to tell your parents you're dating a much older woman or man?When there's a HUGE age gap but it's time to introduce your new boyfriend or girlfriend to your parents. I think you should probably warn them beforehand? Any ideas about this topic?
by realtalk247 7 years ago
What are the signs that you are interacting with someone who is only attempting to benefit from your interaction or relationship?1. Expectations and Requirements that do not match their income, skills, education, or current situation. Making $10 an hour but expecting LOUIS VUITTON. For men it...
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