Would you rather have your ideal career or ideal partner?

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Poll: Would you rather have your ideal career or ideal partner?
Ideal career - I'd never have to 'work' again! (21)
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Ideal partner - family is more important to me! (33)
61.11%
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Would you choose to have a career that's fulfilling, excellent pay, friendly colleagues and convenient location, or a partner who looks gorgeous and has the best personality?
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Why settle for anything less than both?
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(Original post by uberteknik)
Why settle for anything less than both?
If you could only chose between one!
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(Original post by honour)
Would you choose to have a career that's fulfilling, excellent pay, friendly colleagues and convenient location, or a partner who looks gorgeous and has the best personality?
both
Its really hard to choose between one
and tbh if u have an ideal career , u will automatically get an ideal partner and a good family
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Family, as money doesn't buy happiness.
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Money, as family doesnt guarantee happiness
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partner

An ideal career is a boring career.
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Ideal career first, then an ideal partner, but if I was given an ultimatum then I would definitely choose an ideal partner, because as that user said money can't buy you love and happiness.
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Career, ideal partner doesn't exist.
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Career, ideal partner doesn't exist.
So you g and so cynical!!!!!
Of course they do. Unless you push them away
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Basically asking if I'd like to enjoy the (9-5) or the (5-11 + weekends).
Not sure, but I'm tempted to choose the latter.
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(Original post by Sammylou40)
So you g and so cynical!!!!!
Of course they do. Unless you push them away
Even if they did, it would NEVER work.
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I want to be a yak farmer, ideal career it is.
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(Original post by feministy)
Even if they did, it would NEVER work.
Why do you think you couldn't have a successful relationship?
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100% a career. A partner could last for only a few weeks/months whereas a career follows you for life
Redundancy?
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Family. As long as I have enough to pay bills, food,basic entertainment etc money is irrelevant.
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(Original post by Sammylou40)
Why do you think you couldn't have a successful relationship?
Because I don't want anything functional.
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(Original post by glad-he-ate-her)
Money, as family doesnt guarantee happiness
neither does money...
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(Original post by glad-he-ate-her)
Money, as family doesnt guarantee happiness
Except in this scenario you get the ideal one , so im assuming they would only be ideal if they made you happy.
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neither does money...
I know but I`d rather cry in a lamborghini than on the bus.
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