A classic! Don’t you like the play on words?
What’s wrong with liking a man with money? Not for money, but with money.
It’s not normally something most women flaunt. They’re afraid to admit it, but why. Men have no problem admitting they want a beautiful woman. We all know there is more to a person, but for the short answer we list the attribute that is the most tangible, and sometimes, hardest to find.
I remember having this discussion with a “friend”. We were having drinks one night, and I said, and he admitted he liked men with money, too. Then we both busted out laughing. Of course he does, he explained. He’s an investment banker and needs men with money to stay in business. No brainer, he understood.
He told me the only men who have a problem with women who value money are broke men or fear-based men. Fear based men think women will use or abuse them. They have no confidence on the other things they can bring to a relationship. But that evening, there was no judgement. It was simple. It made sense. On another note, I said it to someone else, who labeled it as golddigging, a very “civilian” type of response.
You may find that the more you reveal yourself the more you weed out the men/women who just aren’t for you, who don’t get you. What most women do is hide themselves, then complain. How can you get anything if you don’t let the world know you’d like it? A woman wanting a man with money has her own goals and plans. It’s smells like ambition.
This got me to thinking. How much is “having money” anyway? Just enough money to pay the bills and have leftover for a vacation and endless On Demand rentals? Or just enough to buy property, and build a business? It’s all relative.
At the end of the day, a man who is kind, loving is so much more fun with a few million in the bank. A woman who is kind, loving is so much more fun if she’s nice to look at, too. Now don’t get me started on the men who target women with money, their own cars, homes, apartments. And you know what? Live and let live. It’s human nature to want someone who has the same or just a little more.