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Do you know anyone who married for money?

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2 years ago
I ended a relationship because I would never have any money if I stayed with him. Does that count?

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2 years ago
Yes I knew someone who came out of a bad break up and jumped into another relationship nearly immediately, got pregnant on purpose just to trap the poor man because he had a lifestyle she wanted. I have no idea if they're still together as I realised she wasn't someone who I wanted in my life.
I couldn't do it. I'm just not built that way. Far too honest.

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2 years ago
Nasty aren't you.

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2 years ago
^Why??? Because she's calling it like she's sees it? Go away

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2 years ago
I don't think it's nasty. I wouldn't have a person like that in my contact list either

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2 years ago
I am still with him

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2 years ago
Yes and No, but because my husband of 13 years, I meet him in Africa for about 1 week and we both knew we had meet our sole mate. 13 years later, 3 children, we both had no monetary wealth when we meet. Everyone thought he was marrying me for my wealth ( I could work enough to allow me to travel ) But more importantly people thought he married me for Australian citizenship. They are so wrong!!! My husband is not only the love of my life, best friend and sole Mate. And our sex life is out of this world!!!!

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2 years ago
I had an aunty (she's gone now) who used to say "marry for oodles, not doodles."

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2 years ago
Love it. Bless your late aunt 💕

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2 years ago
It’s sad for people who feel they have to do this. Make your own!

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2 years ago
Not exactly. But one of the things I found irresistible when I first met my now husband, was his ambition and career smarts. He was only an apprentice at the time but he was really fucking good at what he does. He is now among the top of his field in our country. Now, he earns about $200K (he could earn more but he prefers to be on the tools instead of in a leadership role) a year and we're married with a small army of kids.
Some people assume that I'm with him for his money. And I can see why. He works and I stay home. But, I fell in love with him when he was a broke apprentice, and I helped build his career up to what it is today. I loved him when we were bankrupt and facing homelessness. And I love him still.
So, yeah. I guess in a way I married for money. In that I knew he was going places, and I wanted to be a part of that. But there's definitely more to it than that.

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2 years ago
What a beautiful story 💕

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2 years ago
My sister did. But it backfired coz he is a controlling arsehole and doesn’t let her spend any money. She reckons he’s hiding it in a secret account in his name only. She hates him.

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2 years ago
Not so much for the money but she married for the stability (permanent job) and the fact he already had a house. She’s pushed him into working in private schools for more money and a better job- principal, for the money and the prestige. Everytime they fight she sighs and says ‘but he’s got so much for me to stay for’. And they fight a lot.