Friday, February 16, 2007

PPP: Millionaire Dating Site

This is a paid advertisement. I’ve dated plenty of guys for the mere attraction. Unfortunately they all seem to want me to be the payee. Just for once, I’d like to date a guy who will carry his share. How to find that guy? There seem to be hundreds of dating sites. Every day I see advertisements on television for this, that or the other dating service. Love and admiration fade, so why not date someone who can offer you more? At this Millionaire Dating Service you no longer have to worry about dating a financial loser. While money isn’t everything, why not enjoy the benefits of privilege while getting to know someone special?

6 comments:

Loving Annie said...

Nomas,
Slick paid advertisement...

But number one... I won't go out with a guy that won't pay... Bad attitude on his part.
If he just suggests "coffee", I know he's cheap, instead of meeting me somewhere for lunch on a blind date...
It's a no go, a red flag of disinterest/lack of respect.

As far as knowing that the guys have money on that site, hmmmm, do they check their tax returns first to make sre they are telling the truth ?

And what do the men expect when THAT is how they are advertising themselves ?

A good guy knows his worth comes from his character and values and how he treats people, as well as his work ethics.

A man couldn't buy me. Money doesn't hurt, but it isn't enough..

Heck, Nomas, I sure don't know where to find them -- or weed the good ones out from the bad ones --

I tried match.com a few years ago and HATED it... Got asked out by 500 guys in 6 weeks -- whoopee you might say...
but 490 of them hadn't bothered to read my profile to see if we had anything in common.
They just looked at the professional photographer's pictures I had taken . (yep, hair, lighting, makeup, different clothes, smiling, etc.)

One of the guys was a GOOD man out of the remaining 10 where they were okay but just no sparks... But he and I just didn't click enough...
He WAS a good one though.

So I think they are out there...

You just have to be careful to avoid the creeps...

I think many of the men get spoiled and lazy on those sites -- they don't try really hard to impress you/be on their best behavior/sincerely put in an effort, because they figure they can just go back on-line and hit on another 50 women....

Much better to meet someone in person... But how that happens is beyond me...
I guess you just have to keep being 'out there' and interacting with people socially...

Geez, that post really pushed my buttons, didn't it !!!

NoMas said...

You shure did get your dander up, Miss Anne. I wasn't trying to be morally correct just make a few bucks! I know dating sucks and any guy who really must advertise his finances is a loser. The finacially richest people I know do not advertise it and in fact you most likely wouldn't even know they could purchase anything. (See my post about Annie Mae and Coon).

Loving Annie said...

Sorry, Nomas. I'm really blue and feeling very discouraged today. I'm lonely for a mate, and all visualizing in the world isn't changing it.

NoMas said...

Sorry your blue today (yesterday). I'm glad you could focus on something else to vent!

Eileen said...

Loving Annie, are you really lonely? why not try the millionaire dating site you mentioned? Lol.

I think you need to try millionairecupid, - A place for elited and successful singles.

Anonymous said...

Anyway, I still haven't come to a conclusion about my own experiences, and I'm no matchmaker, but my roommate has a friend who suggested another site:millionaire match