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She's too honest. 2 6.90%
She's too coniving. 3 10.34%
She's a headache. 6 20.69%
All of the above. 18 62.07%
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Old 12-16-2007, 02:11 PM   #21
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Conversely though, who would want to marry someone who is only interested in your appearance? Superficiality works both ways.

IMO, types like this deserve each other.
Oh, I agree. Both perspectives are ridiculous.

To me, for a relationship to work there does need to be some type of physical attraction between the two people. What that is differs from person to person, relationship to relationship. Does not mean both have to be super models.

Conversely it is nice for both parties to have their crap together. I dont think anyone wants to be with someone who has no job and is living off the streets.

I guess the point is that money and super good looks do not translate to happiness. There just needs to be a deep connection between the two people (however they come to that connection) and an enormous level of trust and honestly. Those are the ingredients to a good relationship IMO.

I agree with everyone else who says these posts are fake though. Makes for interesting conversation though.
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Old 12-16-2007, 02:59 PM   #22
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Oh, I agree. Both perspectives are ridiculous.

To me, for a relationship to work there does need to be some type of physical attraction between the two people. What that is differs from person to person, relationship to relationship. Does not mean both have to be super models.

Conversely it is nice for both parties to have their crap together. I dont think anyone wants to be with someone who has no job and is living off the streets.

I guess the point is that money and super good looks do not translate to happiness. There just needs to be a deep connection between the two people (however they come to that connection) and an enormous level of trust and honestly. Those are the ingredients to a good relationship IMO.

I agree with everyone else who says these posts are fake though. Makes for interesting conversation though.
Definitely.

Pretty boys don't interest me as a rule.
With me, it's usually that once I get to know someone, a very ordinary, flawed person can become wildly attractive to me because of who they are. I don't see $$'s, either, but you're right, someone with a job and some sense of financial responsibility is good, too. And you're right, BOTH people have to have their shit together.
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Old 12-16-2007, 03:08 PM   #23
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"My current boyfriend (a trader who lives in Central Park West, of course) and I thoroughly enjoyed discussing your response and we wish you the best of luck in your unhappy pursuit of that elusive market inefficiency." God she's such an idiot.
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