what do you think...?
You know the type... typically blonde and slim (but could equally be any hair colour), drive a nice car such as a Range Rover, big Audi or other such expensive car, no job but always seems to be busy shopping or lunch dates with other similar women.. big house and lots of holidays...
These women have generally achieved nothing in their lives and are only have these luxuries because they have the good fortune to be good looking and f*cked men with money who then fall in love with them and marry them..
They then have a baby or two, and a few years later they divorce the poor sod, thus securing their financial future...
Good for them..? What do other women think about these women..?
Let's instead talk about people in general who think having lots of money equals success and happiness.
Having been a kept man for several years I can say it's an excellent lifestyle
men who get a job paying big bucks for doing not much and want a trophy woman.works both ways...... if they are happy with the arrangement then thats their choice......
More interesting are those who don't understand why ordinary looking women quite often happen to be married to multi millionaires.
It never occurs to them, that the women was with the guy long before they had anything at all.
The lady was interested in the guy for his own sake not because he had loads of cash.
That came later.
i find it quite comforting that any woman who is interested in me is definitely not in it for the money
Good for them. As for linking money to success, chances are that the better you are at something the more you get paid. At least that's how it is in the contract-killer game.
its not just the money of the guy.successful men usually have a confident air about them..........
DV....if you are offering dear?......
Somehow I knew Loula would comment on this thread...
Rangies, Audis, Bavarian Mud Wagons & Mercredi's generally drive like tanks in an ice rink. Anyone who drives them should be the first to line up at the revolutionary wall - after estate agents, obviously.
Generically sweeping enough for Vadarville?
I suspect the Force may be weak in this one.....
Historically its been hard for women to get from the working classes up the social ladder.......
men could use their intelligence to work their way up the career ladder and become successful....this has never been as easy for women..so they have to use the intelligence and the talents they have to work their way up.........
have you got the right qualifications to be successful dave
He gets a lot of sleep
What about women who give up their job either completely or go part-time to raise a family. In some instances, their chances of promotion are reduced because of their work patterns.
With family comes extra responsbility. Why should the man not wish to work harder to provide for his family
seren nos wrote (see)
Historically its been hard for women to get from the working classes up the social ladder....... men could use their intelligence to work their way up the career ladder and become successful....this has never been as easy for women..so they have to use the intelligence and the talents they have to work their way up.........
Yeah, Boudica, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Florence Nighingale, Marie Curie, Emily Davison, Amelia Earhart, Mother Teresa, Aung Saan Sui Kyi.
All stunnas who shagged their way to recognition.
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