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Euro....No in the configuration of the Brazilian Real, or simply Goldman Sacs stock ticker. "Assets are a hedge against the dollar bitch, now get in my GS hot tub."
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Why does the Amero get no love?
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I wish the Euro would collapse. Almost all my expenses are in Euros .
post #229 of 283
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Sounds like you've never met a real women before.

Provide? How do you think most figure that one out? A credit score?

You are in for a rude awakening someday, boy. When you get older, you'll understand.
post #230 of 283
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You are in for a rude awakening someday, boy. When you get older, you'll understand.

Explain...
post #231 of 283
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You are in for a rude awakening someday, boy. When you get older, you'll understand.

I hope never to reach the point where I'm a hopeless man surrounded by conniving bitches, like you are.
post #232 of 283
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I hope never to reach the point where I'm a hopeless man surrounded by conniving bitches, like you are.

+1 The opinions of one woman should not be confused for the opinions of all women.
post #233 of 283
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Women do not really care about how a man dresses. A man's duty is to protect and provide.

Lift weights and get a better paying job if you want to attract more women.

What if one is looking for a woman who would stay during the tough times?
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What if one is looking for a woman who would stay during the tough times?

I feel its important to consistently put your best foot forward, but a woman who sticks with you through the rough times is an asset. One that is only around you because you have a good paying job and 'muscles' is one who will be on the next guy pretty soon.
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I feel its important to consistently put your best foot forward, but a woman who sticks with you through the rough times is an asset. One that is only around you because you have a good paying job and 'muscles' is one who will be on the next guy pretty soon.
This. If you date women for totally superficial reasons, accept that they're dating you for equally superficial reasons. The day a better looking or better "providing" man rolls around, you're screwed. This is why you don't want to date a girl who is either substantially younger, substantially better looking, or substantially richer than you are. It's just not going to work out in the long run. Scientific studies have even shown that the longest-lasting couples are roughly in each other's leagues, so to speak. My advice is to find a chick who likes you for more than just your wallet or your looks, because neither of those pegs is strong enough to hang a lasting relationship on. Unless you're Bill Gates or Brad Pitt, in which case, go to town.
post #236 of 283
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I feel its important to consistently put your best foot forward, but a woman who sticks with you through the rough times is an asset. One that is only around you because you have a good paying job and 'muscles' is one who will be on the next guy pretty soon.

Yes. There are subtle ways to figure out whether a woman is looking for security or is materialistic with an unreasonable sense of entitlement. Someone looking for security is fine, as long as she also brings something (not necessarily financial) to the table.

Of course, there's no stopping her from changing from one into the other over time... :-)
post #237 of 283
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Women tell me the only accessories a man should have are his muscles.
Women tell me it is intellect, sense of humor, variety of interests and general outlook. Might be the women you are going for are superficial.
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Dressing nicely is more likely to attract the attention of other men rather than women.
If you are visiting gay bars, yes. But if you tend to go out to nice places, you attract the women. I "peacock" and it is called a pocket square. That is my bling. A conversation starter. Attractive women approach me all the time. They ask me out. Give me their phone numbers. I bald and overweight. I make a median wage. And I let them know this.
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Women do not really care about how a man dresses. A man's duty is to protect and provide.
Dressing nicely is an indicator of ability to provide. And if my duty is to protect and provide they have the wrong man.
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Lift weights and get a better paying job if you want to attract more women.
Nonsense, get a Ph.D., a puppy, the box DVD of Sex in the City and a box of flavored body paints if you want to attract women.
post #238 of 283
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Originally Posted by mkarim View Post
Yes. There are subtle ways to figure out whether a woman is looking for security or is materialistic with an unreasonable sense of entitlement. Someone looking for security is fine, as long as she also brings something (not necessarily financial) to the table.

Of course, there's no stopping her from changing from one into the other over time... :-)

And of course there is no stopping you from switching to that 21 year old at the coffee shop when she does!
post #239 of 283
I doubt many people on here will have problems with gold-diggers considering the type of brands that are of interest here. They will probably think a Attolini/Brioni is just a well fitting suit, but in the end for most of them Hugo Boss is the Be All End All.
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I doubt many people on here will have problems with gold-diggers considering the type of brands that are of interest here. They will probably think a Attolini/Brioni is just a well fitting suit, but in the end for most of them Hugo Boss is the Be All End All.

One would only hope.
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