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A guy is always looking at a woman’s body and thinking how attractive she is. And a woman is always looking at a man wondering if he’s dressed well, and if that means he has a good job and has money to support a family in the future.
I think people are offended because these sites are so brutally honest about it.” Does he have a point?
Not sure I buy his story given my interactions with him in the past. I married into a super rich family and my wife and I don't use that to our advantage at all. It doesn't sound like he put forth an effort to find new experiences that she hadn't been through, be it hiking in the alps rather than staying at a resort, or going to an eco-lodge in the forests of Belize rather than a nice beach house.
The thing is the post probably wouldn't have been as popular if OP had worded it "Guy tells a story about dating a super rich girl and it wasn't all that great"Incorporate a circlejerking topic ("SNOBBY BITCHES SUCK/FUCK RICH PEOPLE" in this case) into a title, whether or not it exists in the article, and watch the sweet sweet karma flow I've dated a girl whose daddy was near billionaire rich, and she was as thrill seeking and adventurous as any girl I've ever been with, and very much down to earth. It follows the mindset that pictures lose their allure while memories last forever.
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Back in 2006, MIT graduate Brandon Wade, who has often described himself as too socially awkward to date in his college years, founded the website Seeking
But I shouldn't have been surprised, all super rich girls are like that, like the other one I dated that broke up with me.
"I've dated a girl whose daddy was near billionaire rich, and she was as thrill seeking and adventurous as any girl I've ever been with, and very much down to earth. Not to mention the guy who OP's post points to is also a bit of a shitposter and troll, and least in the /r/San Francisco subreddit. He constantly went on trips that the girls was accustomed to and comfortable in, rather than new and adventuresome.
Yeah, some relationships end when the money dries up, just like "sugar daddy"/"sugar baby" (OMG, what a creepy phrase) arrangements.