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post #31 of 35
It's not about whether the rich dress well, it's about whether dressing well is secretly trying to convince other people you're rich.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by Montrachet View Post
It's not about whether the rich dress well, it's about whether dressing well is secretly trying to convince other people you're rich.
Nope, its about the perceiving of others to have that false notion. If you want to secretly convince others that youre rich try small things, like pronouncing foyer correctly.
post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by Montrachet View Post
It's not about whether the rich dress well, it's about whether dressing well is secretly trying to convince other people you're rich.

That is my goal, because it generally makes it easier to bed women if they believe I have a lot of money. Granted, they don't stick around very long, but that's not what I'm after anyway.
post #34 of 35

While the OP of this thread chose to focus on wealth, I think the concern should be more along the lines of not stacking up to how well you dress in terms of education, cultural knowledge (art, philosophy, music, theater, etc.), how well-travelled you are, and a big one that I think tells all - if you're capable of nabbing a woman who is equivalent to how you think of yourself.

post #35 of 35
Nice.
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