Don’t Marry For Love, Marry For Money
If people marry for love and 50% of them end up divorced perhaps we should start marrying for other reasons. I, for one, am leaning very close to marrying for money.
I recall a cool dude who told me that he wouldn’t mind if a woman was interested in him for his money and all that he could provide.
“Doesn’t bother me one bit. In fact if you are around me and you don’t want anything to do with my lifestyle I’m thinking something is wrong with you.”
“Really, so you could marry a gold digger?”
“Sure, as long as she is giving me what I want in return.”
“Sex and lots of it, keep a clean house, raise kids well.”
“You won’t feel used?”
“Hell no, look I’m a man. I know what my role is and what women want. Most men who work hard do so, so that they can meet women.”
Ladies, men see right through “I don’t want you for your house, car, cash…I love you for who you are.” You might as well spit in their face for you have just insulted their ego. I don’t know why women tell this lie, mostly to themselves, as a way to prove they aren’t shallow.
Well damn it, I’m shallow! Sue me for wanting a man who has good credit, owns or plans or purchasing property, a car, no kids, and money in the bank. Men are motivated by a different beast than women. They want to be fawned over. Men live to catch attention. Women expect attention so they take it for granted.
Think of it this way, most men have low self-esteem. He works hard to dress nice, buy hot stuff, etc. He wants a woman to notice. His thinking “If I can do this for myself, baby imagine what I can do for you.” That’s the bait and we fall for it every time. Now, not all guys can live up to this. Once you’re married and start to inquire you may learn he’s in debt, a con man or living off his momma’s insurance money and rents instead of owns his mini-mansion. Do yourself a favor and check all background and financial history prior to saying “I Do”.
When I marry for money I’ll be up front and let people know it too. I won’t bore you with those super cheese romantic stories. Nah, eff that.
“SG, congrats on the engagement. You two look so happy.”
“Yup, I sure am. Girl, he got me out of debt!”
“Yes. I told him that if we were to get hitched there were some things I needed cleared up first. Within six months my student loans were gone.”
“Wait, do you love him or is this all about money?”
“I’d say 60% money and 40% love. Just the way it should be.”