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Out of these two -

a) You have good relationships with people i.e friends, family but are not materially well off

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b) You have decent relationships but nothing really close but you have all the material comfort you want i.e new stuff all day everyday
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A. Love over money.


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Money over love. Emotions are overrated.
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A.

I suffer from an eating disorder so I would like to have a close bond with a variety of people rather than loads of material possessions.
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Money over love. This old adage of "You can't buy love" or rubbish like that is complete tosh. I could buy whatever I wanted, and buy some 'comfort' whenever I needed.
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A new iPhone or flat screen TV aren't going to turn up to my funeral now are they?
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A, I'm already poor as balls, and materials don't overly matter to me that much
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Money. There are lots of thing i'd like to buy and experiences i'd like to have which love alone would not give me.

I'd like to own my own land, maybe a forest. I'd build cool things in it and have friends round all the time to have good times. I'd travel parts of the world i'd like to see and go on adventures with mates.

Love is very overrated imo.
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My life's already like option B and it sucks balls, made me suicidal a year back so I choose option A
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Money. You can live without love but you can't live without money.
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(Original post by uktotalgamer)
Money over love. This old adage of "You can't buy love" or rubbish like that is complete tosh. I could buy whatever I wanted, and buy some 'comfort' whenever I needed.
You cant actually believe that. You would want people to be friends with you because of your wallet? Or have a girlfriend who dosnt love you but you spoil her enough to keep her around while she ****s your butler?
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(Original post by GottaLovePhysics! :))
You cant actually believe that. You would want people to be friends with you because of your wallet? Or have a girlfriend who dosnt love you but you spoil her enough to keep her around while she ****s your butler?
The original poster still said you'd have 'decent' relationships. Plenty of stuff I could buy to make up for that.
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(Original post by uktotalgamer)
The original poster still said you'd have 'decent' relationships. Plenty of stuff I could buy to make up for that.
Well of course its very subjective what is good and decent but "nothing close to you" suggests to me no love of your life/soul mate or best friends. To me, what is life without that love?!
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(Original post by GottaLovePhysics! :))
You cant actually believe that. You would want people to be friends with you because of your wallet? Or have a girlfriend who dosnt love you but you spoil her enough to keep her around while she ****s your butler?

If you've got the cash you can dump her and find someone else easily enough. Money solves a lot of problems.
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Munny munny munny
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A. I really don't care about wealth except as a means to increasing mine and others' happiness. Of course it can be alluring, but when it really comes down to it, friends and family make me happier than new possessions.
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(Original post by Swanbow)
A new iPhone or flat screen TV aren't going to turn up to my funeral now are they?
You could pay to have them there. Or even be buried with them.
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(Original post by miser)
A. I really don't care about wealth except as a means to increasing mine and others' happiness. Of course it can be alluring, but when it really comes down to it, friends and family make me happier than new possessions.
As always, miser hits the nail squarely on the head. :five:
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(Original post by uktotalgamer)
Money over love. This old adage of "You can't buy love" or rubbish like that is complete tosh. I could buy whatever I wanted, and buy some 'comfort' whenever I needed.
And who exactly are these shallow, money-grubbing people you will buy your love from? Will they make you happy?
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A. I wouldn't particularly mind losing most close relationships, but I think it's important to have at least one person you trust completely and are fully comfortable around.
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