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How do you meet successful men...

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...she asked me.  She said she was tired of working her 9 to 5.  She was not the first one to ask me that, the question comes up all the time.  I have never had to ask this question, because despite my difficult upbringing, the answer to that was all around me. 

I want you to understand that I have always worked.  My first job was at McDonald's - of course that did not go so well.  I knew I wanted to be in fashion and after McDonald's I worked at a number of clothing stores such as Contempo Casuals, Wet Seal, and later Burdines.  I always worked and I even put myself through college, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts.  Later I would become a stylist and even when I had the opportunity to just sit back and enjoy the money I had, I chose to open my own Red Carpet Boutique.  I can tell you that the pride that came from selecting which brands to carry, the paint colors for the store interior, creating advertising and finally opening for business, was incredible to me.  Owning a boutique required long hours every day, but I loved creating it, directing it, and growing it. 

But I want you to know that it was my mother who taught me what I have always known.  Any man that she was involved with always brought home the checks.  And so would one of my first boyfriends, a local "entrepreneur" who bought me a gold Marlo name plate necklace, Bongo jeans and anything else I wanted at that time.  It was St. Petersburg, I was young and that is what I was exposed to.  He was the first man to take care of me and I have never had any different since then.

You must know that I have always believed that a man, a capable, able bodied man, provides for his family.  A man provides for people he cares about.  A man, like my grandfather, always took care of my grandmother and only after his eyesight failed did she have to work and help to make ends meet.  A man takes care of his household, his children, even his grandchildren.  It is what I have always seen around me and it is how I was raised.  My grandfather said, a man knows what a woman needs, a woman should not have to ask.  Any man that I have to ask, is not the man for Marlo...

You should know that your questions are inspiring me to teach, and that I will continue to send gems your way until you are all masters of your own destiny.  Class is in...
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those who can, do.
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1 gift per 1 person? 
thats not using your resources well. 

thats too much work lol. 
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Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

Originally posted by James Avery James Avery wrote:

when i'm old(60+) with a nice chunk of money in the bank and single, best believe i will be trickin' my dough on young 20 somethings. but in return i expect to be fckn on the regular or getting sucked up tbh.

now i probably will buy a few bags here and there to show my appreciation but best believe the trickin' will stop cold turkey if she ain't pleasuring me in a timely manner imho.
 
orly?  Stern SmileLOL
yup. backpage.com opened my eyes up as far as sugar babies/escorts go. i saw a bunch of fine ass 22 year old chicks and they will not entertain young men. they all prefer white men or old farts.
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samone...that is what my grandmother told me (of course, i wouldn't/didn't listen...lol).  and my 85 year old neighbor told me the same this summer when i was chatting with her whilst working in my garden...
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Is it really that hard for women to meet successful men? Was it trophywife who suggested hanging out on golf courts and whatnot? It's not a terrible idea. Not all men are as anti-black as some of you Debbie Downers like to think. LOL

As a science major, they're really not that hard to find. Most of my friends are either engineers or pre-med/pre-dent majors and whatnot. I guess I've been taking that for granted..


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Enrichment, improvement and aspirations are for you!

A great deal of these uber-"successful" men just want somebody to tell them how great they are, listen to them drone on about their "important" lives, look good, play a part and do freaky things.
 
I've done enough leg work to know that a great deal don't give two shyts about your thoughts, accomplishments, feelings, and opinions. Just smile and pop it on demand.


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Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

i dunno about that Star..

b/c when I have dinners/events with the coworkers-- ( i work w/ mostly males)

and I try to engage their wives/girl friends/ SO/jumpoffs etc.. (and yes some do bring their slides to firm events)

the convo is very shallow.
and there is no doubt in my mind that I'm talking to idiots..lol

idiots who were able to get far. lmao

maybe race is a factor..
maybe its not... when a good time is wanted... a good time is achieved.




Fair enough. Most of the successful men I meet are usually married to women who are also successful, or have a Mrs. Degree. The ones I see married to Bimbos are married to bimbos of their same race or from their own community. I do believe the best way to attract the man you want is to be that yourself.
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Originally posted by Flowing-Ice Flowing-Ice wrote:

1 gift per 1 person? 
thats not using your resources well. 

thats too much work lol. 


Lol I agree...it's a waste if you only get one thing but you have to read people. Some people are only good for short term while others can be stretched.
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Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

Is it really that hard for women to meet successful men? Was it trophywife who suggested hanging out on golf courts and whatnot? It's not a terrible idea. Not all men are as anti-black as some of you Debbie Downers like to think. LOL

As a science major, they're really not that hard to find. Most of my friends are either engineers or pre-med/pre-dent majors and whatnot. I guess I've been taking that for granted..

aint nobody trying to deal with college boys. whats their older brother (or even their father) doing? 
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