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    There is this girl i like at my school, Shes in year below me so in year 9. The thing is, she comes from a rich family. Her dad has his own business, no idea what he does but ive been told that he does. While i come from a family who doesnt go abroad for holidays. Im going in August to Tenerife for my first ever holiday abroad. My dad works as a car mechanic so hasnt got good money and is always dirty. I go to work myself and earn abit of money so i can buy Stuff that my mum cant really afford on me.

    Do girls of high standard go out with someone that hasnt go luxuries?
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      There is this girl i like at my school, Shes in year below me so in year 9. The thing is, she comes from a rich family. Her dad has his own business, no idea what he does but ive been told that he does. While i come from a family who doesnt go abroad for holidays. Im going in August to Tenerife for my first ever holiday abroad. My dad works as a car mechanic so hasnt got good money and is always dirty. I go to work myself and earn abit of money so i can buy Stuff that my mum cant really afford on me.

      Do girls of high standard go out with someone that hasnt go luxuries?
      If you've got a good personality and you're striving to go somewhere in life, then it shouldn't be a problem. Try not to define her by her wealth, or her father's wealth i should say.
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      At that age, it shouldn't be an issue. It's not like it's HER money, and you'll likely not stay together forever (as in it's not likely that she'll see you as after her family's money).

      If she judges you on your family's income, she's not worth your time. Besides, your dad WORKS... doesn't matter what he does, the fact that he has a job at all makes a difference as if yours was a benefits family, her family might discourage her from seeing you as it might be seen as lazy etc.
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      At that age, it shouldn't be an issue. It's not like it's HER money, and you'll likely not stay together forever (as in it's not likely that she'll see you as after her family's money).

      If she judges you on your family's income, she's not worth your time. Besides, your dad WORKS... doesn't matter what he does, the fact that he has a job at all makes a difference as if yours was a benefits family, her family might discourage her from seeing you as it might be seen as lazy etc.
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      There is this girl i like at my school, Shes in year below me so in year 9. The thing is, she comes from a rich family. Her dad has his own business, no idea what he does but ive been told that he does. While i come from a family who doesnt go abroad for holidays. Im going in August to Tenerife for my first ever holiday abroad. My dad works as a car mechanic so hasnt got good money and is always dirty. I go to work myself and earn abit of money so i can buy Stuff that my mum cant really afford on me.

      Do girls of high standard go out with someone that hasnt go luxuries?
      if she is a good person worthy of your attention she wont mind (I know that's super cheesey)
      but seriously, think Rodney and Cassandra in only fools and horses (if that's not too dated a reference) - for all you know her family could have been from just as poor a background and worked up to this point, just as I assume you want to do for your own family

      good luck, I hope she appreciates it
     
     
     
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