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    (Original post by Josb)
    Aah, the power of the suit...



    Can't you "provide" yourself? You're in accounting, that should pay good.
    I can... It's not necessarily about providing for me but the ability to have a good time without worrying about money and enjoying good intellectual company.

    I can honestly say I'm not in it for the money but for the gentleman who treats me like a princess.

    I honestly feel like right now he is my best friend.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I'm not really asking for your approval just offering an insight into my unusual relationship.




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    Nor was I offering it. It won't work out but good luck anyway.
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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    Nor was I offering it. It won't work out but good luck anyway.
    hahahaha!
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    (Original post by stefano865)


    Well I guess a 52 year old will not have the best quality sperm.

    'Dual mating' is getting pregnant by a very healthy man with good genes (e.g. Henry Cavill ) and then using your boyfriend's resources to raise these children.

    Women can get 'the best of both worlds' this way.
    Haha no I'm a big believer of adoption... Why bring someone into the world when there are already children needing that type of domestic situation.

    I would gladly adopt if I decided that I wanted children and had the ability to provide for them.


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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    Nor was I offering it. It won't work out but good luck anyway.
    Lol you sound like I've mistreated you in some way?


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Haha no I'm a big believer of adoption... Why bring someone into the world when there are already children needing that type of domestic situation.

    I would gladly adopt if I decided that I wanted children and had the ability to provide for them.


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    Well said.

    But what do you think of dual mating?
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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
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    25 x 2 = 50....

    52>50

    do you even math?
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    (Original post by trapking)
    25 x 2 = 50....

    52>50

    do you even math?
    Well I will be 26 before he is 53 soo I rounded... Sue me :P


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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Well said.

    But what do you think of dual mating?
    Dual mating seems like a good deal if both parties agree lol


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Lol you sound like I've mistreated you in some way?


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    Not at all. Sorry if I'm coming across that way but this is the internet and it's hard not to be blunt. But I can't see how your bf being twice your age is gonna end well for you. Maybe if you're 20-23 it's ok(ish). Any less and he's a predator, any more then.. well not sure what to say about that.
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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    Dual mating seems like a good deal if both parties agree lol


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    Haha you're right but it doesn't usually work like that.

    It is done without the man knowing.
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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    Not at all. Sorry if I'm coming across that way but this is the internet and it's hard not to be blunt. But I can't see how your bf being twice your age is gonna end well for you. Maybe if you're 20-23 it's ok(ish). Any less and he's a predator, any more then.. well not sure what to say about that.
    I'm not looking for a happily ever after I'm looking for an experience and good times. But thank you for your contribution and keeping the onlookers entertained 😂


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I'm not looking for a happily ever after I'm looking for an experience and good times. But thank you for your contribution and keeping the onlookers entertained 😂


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    So you're like the opposite of a cougar lol, is there a word for that? Haha thank you for not being so easily offended.
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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    So you're like the opposite of a cougar lol, is there a word for that? Haha thank you for not being so easily offended.
    I just don't care for marriage and babies and I'm in no way obsessed with being in a relationship all my life lol

    Takes a lot to offend me, literally.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I just don't care for marriage and babies and I'm in no way obsessed with being in a relationship all my life lol

    Takes a lot to offend me, literally.


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    Agree. We can't rely on anyone else for happiness. People who place so much value on marriage etc end up ruined if things go wrong.

    So do you love him? It sounds like you are pretty logical about relationships. If he lost everything you wouldn't stay with him, right?

    Be honest. I won't judge you.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Agree. We can't rely on anyone else for happiness. People who place so much value on marriage etc end up ruined if things go wrong.

    So do you love him? It sounds like you are pretty logical about relationships. If he lost everything you wouldn't stay with him, right?

    Be honest. I won't judge you.
    I do love him but I'm not obsessed like some people get.
    If he lost everything it would be fine as long as we could still have fun.
    I'm happy for a dinner out in McDonald's as much as I am in a fine Thai restaurant in Kensington. But when your money worries makes you avoid spending then that makes me annoyed, I'd even happily pay.


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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I do love him but I'm not obsessed like some people get.
    If he lost everything it would be fine as long as we could still have fun.
    I'm happy for a dinner out in McDonald's as much as I am in a fine Thai restaurant in Kensington. But when your money worries makes you avoid spending then that makes me annoyed, I'd even happily pay.


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    You actually sound really nice.

    I dare say he is also quite lucky.
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    What do your friends think out of interest?

    Has it made it harder to socialise?

    Or no difference?
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    What do your friends think out of interest?

    Has it made it harder to socialise?

    Or no difference?
    No difference really they are quite envious that they don't have the courage to do it.



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    (Original post by AccountingBabe)
    I'm actually not a troll... Just open minded.


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    Open minded in looking for ways to get dolla, yup

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