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[–] THEjohnnyrebel 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

As a mid 20s man with a well paying career, I disagree with your advice on paying for every meal (I realize it worked for you, but will turn a lot of high value men off). Just because I can afford to pay for your meals and want pussy doesn't mean I HAVE to and on every 2nd date I ask to split the check, I want to see if you will stick around if you THINK I dont have money, i drive a $3500 pick up to first dates and leave my main vehicle at the house, I want you to dump me early because you think I dont have money, bullet dodged, I can surprise you later if you stick around.

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[–] madmardigan 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I'm in the same boat, I don't tell women what I'm worth.
I love when women say "their just wasn't a spark", but when they find out how much I'm worth they come running back.

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[–] Vvswiftvv17 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Eh, no thanks. Here is the bad news for you....woman don't have to stick around to see if you are "worth it". If you present yourself as an asshole I'm not going to keep talking to you hoping suddenly you are Prince charming in disguise. Especially when there is an email box full of dates waiting....are you married? If not, goid luck with that strategy. This isn't a Lifetime Orginal Movie.....

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[–] madmardigan ago 

That's exactly the problem. Women who complain that men think with their dicks is just projection. I got option, look at my in box. You're at 5 years of marriage? I'll see you on tinder in 2 looking for dick, sorry, I meant looking for that spark that you don't get from hubby anymore.

Or I could be wrong.

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[–] Hand_of_Node ago 

woman don't have to stick around to see if you are "worth it".

Interesting that you're so openly avaricious. Now you can see the point of him testing to see if it's him or his money you're after.