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post #16 of 90
act humble and down to earth. wear a cheap watch or something. pretend to be thrifty and a hard worker. especially when daddy's around. then when you're married honeymoon in naples, have a whole wardrobe done at rubinacci, get bespoke shoes at john lobb paris and buy a lange datograph!
post #17 of 90
I wish I find a girl of the same social class. All I get are the cheap whores. Let me know if it doesn't work out between you guys, mkay?
post #18 of 90
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act humble and down to earth. wear a cheap watch or something. pretend to be thrifty and a hard worker. especially when daddy's around. then when you're married honeymoon in naples, have a whole wardrobe done at rubinacci, get bespoke shoes at john lobb paris and buy a lange datograph!

Yeah, I always wonder this about marrying rich girls. Are you expected to support her lifestyle solely with your meager salary? Or do you instantly get access to the family coffers?
post #19 of 90
Be real with the girl. Stop anticipating her expectations. She will have a greater respect for you if you are honest with her and stop trying to compete with her father. Continue this and she will surely dump you. You are a student, behave like one (fiscally) and start building on your relationship. Just my thoughts good luck...
post #20 of 90
This sounds like hell to me. Trying to live beyond your means to impress a girl is one of the biggest wastes of time I can think of. If you really like her, tell her how you feel and that, being a student, you don't have a lot of money. If she's not down with that, tell her she can GTFO and you won't miss her. Period.
post #21 of 90
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Yeah, I always wonder this about marrying rich girls. Are you expected to support her lifestyle solely with your meager salary? Or do you instantly get access to the family coffers?
I always thought that you go and work for her dad where he pays you well enough to support her for you doing basically nothing but screwing his daughter. Atleast that's how it worked for me
post #22 of 90
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-Haha, infact I can tell her ill treat her with fine dining if she has the Pippa Haircut

hrm. is this like a landing strip? also Pippa sounds like the name of a chimney boy out of Dickens
post #23 of 90
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just tell her that she'll never live like common people, and she'll never fail like common people. Then order a rum and coca-cola and take her to a supermarket. Anyway, that is my advice.

Worked for me.

post #24 of 90
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I´ve been seeing this girl for the past month or so. Her father happens to be quite well-off and his daughter is naturally well looked after by daddy, she´s also a student. I am also studying (2nd year law) and do have a modest amount of money to spend each month. However, the situation is the girl is a bit "too" acquainted" with the finer things.

And how ze Fuck do I tell her kindly to stop dragging me to over priced places and for her to come back down to earth ?

I think this is what Billy Joel calls Uptown Girl. Unlike in Joel's and Christie's MTV, there is no happy ending for you though.

If you cant splurge on her, she can get someone else who can.
Anyway, for 2 students to splurge like that in UK is absurd and you know it. But for her, she can afford it and obviously you cant'. You are batting way above your average.

If you think this is bad, wait till you get more attached and she wants the frigging Aspen ski holiday, the penthouse in Mayfair, the country manor lifestyle, the Bentley to drive her to work etc. Bail out while you can and engage in some dumpster diving. That can be more fun really.
post #25 of 90
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I think this is what Billy Joel calls Uptown Girl. Unlike in Joel's and Christie's MTV, there is no happy ending for you though.

actually that did not end up well irl too.
post #26 of 90
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I think this is what Billy Joel calls Uptown Girl. Unlike in Joel's and Christie's MTV, there is no happy ending for you though.

Whenever I hear that song I think of Upton Sinclair
post #27 of 90
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actually that did not end up well irl too.

Oh yes. But I dont know whether Billy stopped singing that song like what he did to another song over his earlier wife. I saw in the papers, Christie is still looking for her next husband. Still looks hot though.
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Edited by merkur - 7/31/11 at 6:49am
post #29 of 90
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She's 57 years old! Conne, where are you?
post #30 of 90
ms brinkley aside, if op can't cut it with this girl's lifestyle then either say it to her straight or gtfo.
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