I think I'm going to marry rich...
... 1 ... I hate working
... 2 ... financial disparity between partners or any disparity in capabilities probably aids in marriage security
... 3 ... I'm a good teacher (teach kids) and have spent a lot of time already thinking about the topic of child rearing
... 4 ... By the time I reach marrying age, women in America would be much closer to men than they are now in financial earning power. More of them enter college and the workforce than Men anyways.
... 5 ... I want to spend my time pursuing my passions, not financial ambitions.
... 6 ... It fits with the pattern of somewhat eccentric decisions that I'm prone too.
... 7 ... Why does it have to be breadwinning dad anyways? Mainly tradition.
mary mento said on February 1, 2004 11:32 AM:
I want a rich hansome man to be my very good pal,which might lead to marriage
jane-anne said on February 6, 2004 11:04 AM:
Here's something you need to know about men with money: They have money because they don't spend their own money, and especially not on other people. They tend to marry women in their own socio-economic class. Sorry to burst your bubble. Take your time, and try to find a generous, good-hearted man who loves you; you'll be much happier.
Bob Ryskamp said on February 8, 2004 11:24 PM:
Phil, I agree with the previous commenter -- "take your time and try to find a generous, good-hearted man who loves you".
Now that's not so hard, is it? Heh heh...