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    So I was introduced by a friend to this guy whose my age and he's in Year 13, like me. He liked me and asked me out on a date. I said yes. We went last week and literally all he could do was talk about this yacht holiday he was going on and how he was going to party 24/7 after exams. He never asked anything about you and I turned down an invitation to another date from him.

    I've dated a few rich guys before (I go to private school on a scholarship so there's an abundance of them) and they've all been the same.

    Am I generalising or has anyone else ever experienced this?
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    Isn't that expected?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I was introduced by a friend to this guy whose my age and he's in Year 13, like me. He liked me and asked me out on a date. I said yes. We went last week and literally all he could do was talk about this yacht holiday he was going on and how he was going to party 24/7 after exams. He never asked anything about you and I turned down an invitation to another date from him.

    I've dated a few rich guys before (I go to private school on a scholarship so there's an abundance of them) and they've all been the same.

    Am I generalising or has anyone else ever experienced this?
    Just let the gold diggers pretend to be happy with him.
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    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
    The thing is, I study pretty much all the time. I've had offers from great unis and my friend thought I should get on the dating scene.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I was introduced by a friend to this guy whose my age and he's in Year 13, like me. He liked me and asked me out on a date. I said yes. We went last week and literally all he could do was talk about this yacht holiday he was going on and how he was going to party 24/7 after exams. He never asked anything about you and I turned down an invitation to another date from him.

    I've dated a few rich guys before (I go to private school on a scholarship so there's an abundance of them) and they've all been the same.

    Am I generalising or has anyone else ever experienced this?
    You are learning a valuable lesson though, of what you dont like and doesnt interest you in a potential bf. Not everyone is that self centered.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
    She has just as much right to have a social life as anyone else.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
    Everyone needs some time off studying and having fun once in a while.
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    lmao ur just pissed cos he didn't give u any money
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Isn't that expected?
    Not necessarily.

    I know a very very rich kid whose shockingly down to earth. When he was a teenager, while his mates were partying in the summer on yachts, he was teaching kids Maths in countryside schools in China.

    At the end of his A levels, he went on a lads holiday but tbh I'd say it was well deserved.
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
    A tad unfair, could have been one date in a number of months. Sounds like you want a rich shag yourself.
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Not necessarily.

    I know a very very rich kid whose shockingly down to earth. When he was a teenager, while his mates were partying in the summer on yachts, he was teaching kids Maths in countryside schools in China.

    At the end of his A levels, he went on a lads holiday but tbh I'd say it was well deserved.
    Well you are describing the famous "I know somebody who knows somebody ...", which I am sure that exist ...
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    (Original post by SAhm95)
    lmao ur just pissed cos he didn't give u any money
    I asked if anyone had experienced the same snobbish attitude when dating a rich kid.

    Your immature post doesn't answer the question.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Well you are describing the famous "I know somebody who knows somebody ...", which I am sure that exist ...
    I'm referring to my sister's boyfriend here. So he's pretty close considering his whole family know me
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    I'm referring to my sister's boyfriend here. So he's pretty close considering his whole family know me
    I am sorry to hear that ... still anecdotal evidence !!
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Not necessarily.

    I know a very very rich kid whose shockingly down to earth. When he was a teenager, while his mates were partying in the summer on yachts, he was teaching kids Maths in countryside schools in China.

    At the end of his A levels, he went on a lads holiday but tbh I'd say it was well deserved.
    #nerdforlife
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So I was introduced by a friend to this guy whose my age and he's in Year 13, like me. He liked me and asked me out on a date. I said yes. We went last week and literally all he could do was talk about this yacht holiday he was going on and how he was going to party 24/7 after exams. He never asked anything about you and I turned down an invitation to another date from him.

    I've dated a few rich guys before (I go to private school on a scholarship so there's an abundance of them) and they've all been the same.

    Am I generalising or has anyone else ever experienced this?
    Well duhh what else can you expect from the stuck up kids with a silver spoon in their arses
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    (Original post by TaintedLight)
    If you are on scholarship you should be busy studying. Not hoping to go on dates for a rich shag.
    Nonsense, you can study and still have a life which can include sex.
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    Never dated a rich guy but I guess that's kind of what you'd expect

    Tbh unless I'm actually in love with the guy, I'd only date a rich guy to do all the things I could never afford to do :lol:

    Otherwise I like my guys to be from the ends
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    (Original post by Fkmylife)
    #nerdforlife
    Rather be a nerd than a brat who constantly relies on Mummy and Daddy
 
 
 
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