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    Yeah yeah yeah go ahead with the gold digger remarks but everyone always wants something in life. Guys want a special something from their girl, most girls want the wedding of their dreams. Well I never cared much for weddings and will happily compromise on most things in life but since I could remember I always wanted a standard flashy rock on my finger, preferably a Tiffany solitaire ring. The cheapest you can get them at is £8000 and other girls always have massive rocks on their fingers from their men. My question is how the hell do they do that? Do I just be the best girlfriend ever and make him love me so much that he will buy me what I want or should I start dating rich men?
    I'm being serious really, how do you get a man to buy you that big ring? What are the demographics on this sort of thing??
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    Yeah yeah yeah go ahead with the gold digger remarks but everyone always wants something in life. Guys want a special something from their girl, most girls want the wedding of their dreams. Well I never cared much for weddings and will happily compromise on most things in life but since I could remember I always wanted a standard flashy rock on my finger, preferably a Tiffany solitaire ring. The cheapest you can get them at is £8000 and other girls always have massive rocks on their fingers from their men. My question is how the hell do they do that? Do I just be the best girlfriend ever and make him love me so much that he will buy me what I want or should I start dating rich men?
    I'm being serious really, how do you get a man to buy you that big ring? What are the demographics on this sort of thing??
    This is probably the best post I've seen so far.😂😂😂😂 because gurl u ain't lying. But I think it depend how much he loves you, otherwise he won't be bothered. But y wait for a guy work hard and earn that diamond ring guuurl.
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    (Original post by Aishabushra)
    This is probably the best post I've seen so far.😂😂😂😂 because gurl u ain't lying. But I think it depend how much he loves you, otherwise he won't be bothered. But y wait for a guy work hard and earn that diamond ring guuurl.
    Where's the fun in that though? I'm always buying things for myself. Want a guy to buy me something worth it. And let's be honest here it does prove how much you mean to him too. Most days I struggle to find a guy who wants to buy me dinner
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    Find a rich man in Dubai.
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    Find a rich man in Dubai.
    But there's rich arabs the uk too
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    Do what you women famously do. Give out good sex then refuse to do it until he gives you what you want
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    Do you have a boyfriend or someone in mind? Honestly when you love someone that much then the size of the ring becomes irrelevant, I would know as I used to have this fantasy before I met the love of my life and got engaged!! Now we are married I figure in a few years time when we have saved up some more money I will upgrade my ring
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    Do what you women famously do. Give out good sex then refuse to do it until he gives you what you want
    That's actually a good idea y'know
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    Find a rich man in Dubai.
    even a basic Dubai resident could afford serious bling
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yeah this is not a thread for broke losers like you.
    And I suggest you stay away from women. But then they probably already stay away from you :lol:
    Funny how you call me broke when you're a gold digger, rich men wouldn't waste a penny on you sorry but it's the reality.
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    (Original post by del1rious)
    Do you have a boyfriend or someone in mind? Honestly when you love someone that much then the size of the ring becomes irrelevant, I would know as I used to have this fantasy before I met the love of my life and got engaged!! Now we are married I figure in a few years time when we have saved up some more money I will upgrade my ring
    That does sound nice, so long as he gets it for me eventually I guess.
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    Where's the fun in that though? I'm always buying things for myself. Want a guy to buy me something worth it. And let's be honest here it does prove how much you mean to him too. Most days I struggle to find a guy who wants to buy me dinner
    Men do seem to be a lot tighter nowadays, but we have hard line feminists to thank for that.
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    Funny how you call me broke when you're a gold digger, rich men wouldn't waste a penny on you sorry but it's the reality.
    Then you must know nothing about rich men because a lot of them date women who look like me. So I'm sorry that no women wants you but hey, that ain't my problem. Bye now
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    Then you must know nothing about rich men because a lot of them date women who look like me. So I'm sorry that no women wants you but hey, that ain't my problem. Bye now
    ****ing savage! :rofl3:
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    I ain't sayin' she a gold digga...







    Actually, yes I am. Buy your own God damn ring, *****.
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    That does sound nice, so long as he gets it for me eventually I guess.
    Sadly, unless you meet someone who is loaded which is unlikely at a younger age, the maximum you can expect them to spend is £1-2000
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    Yeah yeah yeah go ahead with the gold digger remarks but everyone always wants something in life. Guys want a special something from their girl, most girls want the wedding of their dreams. Well I never cared much for weddings and will happily compromise on most things in life but since I could remember I always wanted a standard flashy rock on my finger, preferably a Tiffany solitaire ring. The cheapest you can get them at is £8000 and other girls always have massive rocks on their fingers from their men. My question is how the hell do they do that? Do I just be the best girlfriend ever and make him love me so much that he will buy me what I want or should I start dating rich men?
    I'm being serious really, how do you get a man to buy you that big ring? What are the demographics on this sort of thing??
    Open your legs for Harvey Weinstein

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    (Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
    I ain't sayin' she a gold digga...







    Actually, yes I am. Buy your own God damn ring, *****.
    Suck your own damn **** then
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    Sadly, unless you meet someone who is loaded which is unlikely at a younger age, the maximum you can expect them to spend is £1-2000
    I'm happy dating older though
 
 
 
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