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Ladies would you go for an obese millionaire or normal poor guy?

Let's say he's 6ft and weighs like 16 stone so not excessively overweight.

Be honest. All other factors are held constant.

I've just come back from the states and seen an unbelievable amount of hot women with overweight guys........usually at nice clubs, hotels etc.
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
Ladies would you go for an obese millionaire or normal poor guy?

Let's say he's 6ft and weighs like 16 stone so not excessively overweight.

Be honest. All other factors are held constant.

I've just come back from the states and seen an unbelievable amount of hot women with overweight guys........usually at nice clubs, hotels etc.
16 stone at 6ft is pretty overweight lol
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
Ladies would you go for an obese millionaire or normal poor guy?

Let's say he's 6ft and weighs like 16 stone so not excessively overweight.

Be honest. All other factors are held constant.

I've just come back from the states and seen an unbelievable amount of hot women with overweight guys........usually at nice clubs, hotels etc.
There is a difference though. A cultural one. The states has the attitude that wealth is more important than any other attribute. Money talks and virtue walks.

To succeed in America you need at least one of three things - youth, looks, or money - youth and looks fade so money remains the constant.

The UK is not as bad as that where merit still counts. This holds true for relationships as well
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There's nothing wrong with money being attractive.
Your ability to make cash is as much part of who you are as your looks.
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Go for the millionaire. Have a whirlwind romance, get married, ditch the loser and take half his wealth.

Then you are wealthy yourself and can date something a little easier on the eye.
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The poor guy, you'd get more freedom in your life to do what you want to do.

The obese millionaire just makes you an accessory, and being wealthy makes you unhappy on so many levels.

EDIT: why is this just directed at females?
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Definitely normal poor guy. Women do not care about money at all, they never chase money because money means nothing to them. They prefer poor guys. Women only care about personality and happiness, they want someone to love and they never have any financial motives for seeking men. Women hate money and wealth because it makes them unhappy.
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Go for the millionaire. Have a whirlwind romance, get married, ditch the loser and take half his wealth.

Then you are wealthy yourself and can date something a little easier on the eye.
No matter how bad looking someone is, once they become rich they become "easier on the eye" too

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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
Ladies would you go for an obese millionaire or normal poor guy?

Let's say he's 6ft and weighs like 16 stone so not excessively overweight.

Be honest. All other factors are held constant.

I've just come back from the states and seen an unbelievable amount of hot women with overweight guys........usually at nice clubs, hotels etc.
:lolwut:
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The discourse....lol
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There is a difference though. A cultural one. The states has the attitude that wealth is more important than any other attribute. Money talks and virtue walks.

To succeed in America you need at least one of three things - youth, looks, or money - youth and looks fade so money remains the constant.

The UK is not as bad as that where merit still counts. This holds true for relationships as well
I agree 100% but i see that attitude coming here. More people voting tory, hating people on people on benefits etc
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
Ladies would you go for an obese millionaire or normal poor guy?

Let's say he's 6ft and weighs like 16 stone so not excessively overweight.

Be honest. All other factors are held constant.

I've just come back from the states and seen an unbelievable amount of hot women with overweight guys........usually at nice clubs, hotels etc.
That doesn't really make much sense.
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16 stone at 6ft is pretty overweight lol
Not for a man, who tends to also have a lot of muscle... which I can therefore assume you strongly lack.
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Not for a man, who tends to also have a lot of muscle... which I can therefore assume you strongly lack.
He said obese, did you even read the thread, did he mention anywhere that the OBESE 6ft millionaire was strong? If he was strong and fat he'd weigh a lot more than 100kg at 6ft, you're so clueless. :rofl:

Stick to Computer Maths and college kid, whatever the f*** that is.
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Lmao, the normal poor guy. I will be the one making all the money. <3
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(Original post by Sae.HH)
He said obese, did you even read the thread, did he mention anywhere that the OBESE 6ft millionaire was strong? If he was strong and fat he'd weigh a lot more than 100kg at 6ft, you're so clueless. :rofl:

Stick to Computer Maths and college kid, whatever the f*** that is.
"What the f***" ComputerMaths means? Wow, and you said I'm clueless.

Come on think about it. I'm on a student forum. My name is ComputerMaths - what would that infer I enjoy/ would like to study? Then the 97 is also just as obvious, to the majority.

Now back to the point. He said 16 stone, you said that's "pretty overweight lol", which it isn't, for a man. Yeah he also said Obese, but in your original comment you ignored that fact, evidently. Love seeing people backtrack and change their minds when they're challenged :lol:

I'll simplify it:
He said "not excessively overweight", you disagreed, but he was correct, so I pointed it out, and you attempted to insult me, failing miserably. Simple enough for ya?
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(Original post by ComputerMaths97)
"What the f***" ComputerMaths means? Wow, and you said I'm clueless.

Come on think about it. I'm on a student forum. My name is ComputerMaths - what would that infer I enjoy/ would like to study? Then the 97 is also just as obvious, to the majority.

Now back to the point. He said 16 stone, you said that's "pretty overweight lol", which it isn't, for a man. Yeah he also said Obese, but in your original comment you ignored that fact, evidently. Love seeing people backtrack and change their minds when they're challenged :lol:

I'll simplify it:
He said "not excessively overweight", you disagreed, but he was correct, so I pointed it out, and you attempted to insult me, failing miserably. Simple enough for ya?
And in his first post he says not excessively overweight, I don't know how you define excessively overweight but but a BMI of 30 is. Condescending little ****
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(Original post by ComputerMaths97)
"What the f***" ComputerMaths means? Wow, and you said I'm clueless.

Come on think about it. I'm on a student forum. My name is ComputerMaths - what would that infer I enjoy/ would like to study? Then the 97 is also just as obvious, to the majority.

Now back to the point. He said 16 stone, you said that's "pretty overweight lol", which it isn't, for a man. Yeah he also said Obese, but in your original comment you ignored that fact, evidently. Love seeing people backtrack and change their minds when they're challenged :lol:

I'll simplify it:
He said "not excessively overweight", you disagreed, but he was correct, so I pointed it out, and you attempted to insult me, failing miserably. Simple enough for ya?
Obese can be defined as a BMI over 30 or whatever. So if you have a lot of muscle mass at 6ft you can be technically obese. Which is why apparently jonny wilkinson is obese on a BMI scale. So I agree with computermaths97. He could be clinically obese. OP should have defined his Body fat %
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Obese can be defined as a BMI over 30 or whatever. So if you have a lot of muscle mass at 6ft you can be technically obese. Which is why apparently jonny wilkinson is obese on a BMI scale. So I agree with computermaths97. He could be clinically obese. OP should have defined his Body fat %
I am aware of how bf% works as a powerlifter Why would you assume the individual OP has described does any form of physical training or any other physically desirable trait in this context? That's the whole point.
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