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Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

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Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby MattHanson1990 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 8:51 pm

So we all know that many American women just use men for their money to buy expensive things like smartphones. But I've been listening to a podcast with Winston and Ava Paige, and from what I've heard some of the poor women overseas use men for their money but not in the same way American women do. This one petite woman I'm dating in Ciudad Juarez, I feel she's somewhat using me as she as asking to borrow some money for necessities and that's it. But I'm trying to look for women of a higher quality in Juarez, in particular decent single women who don't already have kids. The petite woman's kids enjoy being around me, which says a lot about how closer-knit families are in Mexico compared to the U.S., but for beginners in the dating scene like me, I would keep my dating options and not settle right away, especially with single moms. From what Falcon told me, bars and nightclubs are not places to meet quality women no matter which country you're in. Plus I'm a religious person as well; so I'm likely going to consider meeting church girls in Mexico since they're definitely on my wavelength.

Anyways, what are the signs that a poor woman overseas is just wanting to use you for your money? Some poor women are like that but they're in the minority, contrary to what we were taught to believe.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Ghost » Tue Apr 07, 2015 11:17 pm

All women use men for money and resources - the question is how reasonable their way of doing it is. Wants money to feed the child you have together? Reasonable. Asking you for money to buy a laptop? Unreasonable. Voting for legislation that further steals from men via taxation to transfer wealth to sluts? Damnable.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Wolfeye » Wed Apr 08, 2015 12:56 am

I'd think that if she's being a pain in the ass all the time & also asking for stuff. Ran into that before- some chicks can't decide if you're a good guy or a good mark so they treat you as both, I guess.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby colibri » Wed Apr 08, 2015 1:39 am

You are pretty young Matt I'm not putting in doubt that this woman might be a good person but i would advice you to move from that. You are so young!!

I understood u re cristian , i ve heard cristian churches have sometimes exchange programs ?

or try to find a student exchange program?.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby WorldTraveler » Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:54 am

Any women that asks you for too much money too soon dump her. The requests will just get larger!
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby thatkid1 » Fri Apr 17, 2015 6:32 am

you better make her work for it, you better be getting puss
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Ghost » Fri Apr 17, 2015 8:48 am

thatkid1 wrote:you better make her work for it, you better be getting puss


All sex involves money. It's only a matter of how much and the context around it. I'm not stating that this is good or bad inherently. It is what is.

So if one is expending money but not getting sex, one would be doing it wrong and getting ripped off. And there is no such thing as free sex. All men pay for sex - although how and to what degree changes a lot.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Jester » Sat Apr 18, 2015 12:05 am

Ghost wrote:All women use men for money and resources - the question is how reasonable their way of doing it is. Wants money to feed the child you have together? Reasonable. Asking you for money to buy a laptop? Unreasonable. Voting for legislation that further steals from men via taxation to transfer wealth to sluts? Damnable.


Agreed.

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But the female mindis unable to distinguish morally between these three. One has to set boundaries with them -- like I do with Chucky the Pit Bull puppy.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Jester » Sat Apr 18, 2015 12:06 am

WorldTraveler wrote:Any women that asks you for too much money too soon dump her. The requests will just get larger!


Indeed.

Or at least continue. What is given once becomes expected.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Jester » Sat Apr 18, 2015 12:07 am

thatkid1 wrote:you better make her work for it, you better be getting puss


Reminds me of a guy I read about who got himself a gf in Asia. He told her, "when the sex stops, the money stops too."

Wise man.
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Re: Women using men for money - are there any signs of that?

Postby Wolfeye » Sat Apr 18, 2015 12:02 pm

Not for nothing, but I don't think that it would ALWAYS be that way. I think some women just functionally whore themselves- it's not even money as an attractant. Sometimes a bigger wallet has the same effect as a bigger rack or ass would have on a guy & it becomes something of the swing-vote. Then there's the concept of relationship of just being with each other, the money comes & goes.

In truth, the money can always wind up being worthless, getting blocked from you, getting nationalized, or that the stuff you buy doesn't get the job done the way you're looking for it to. Plus, there's the possibility of theft or other manipulation of your monetary abilities (ex: identity theft), screw-ups with your account (someone else's accidents or managerial incompetance as a factor), other people's decisions interfering with your purchases (like if a bank decides to amplify their fees or they freeze the account when you go to buy something that's more expensive than your normal purchases), criminalization of your activities (moving the money around in sufficient amounts is illegal, it gets designated as terrorism or a reason to suspect it to buy things- like enough food to last you for a while, etc...). On top of this, there just might not be anything around to have.
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