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“Cure 4 ignorance-> Knowledge!”

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#21 Jul 30, 2013
Magician, if he had a million (+) and could offer such... I'd sweep him off his feet, We'd instantly fall in love and get married and then I'd take half of that more than a mil. In our divorce.(haha! Jk)

I still couldn't do it.:-/ Love shouldn't cost a thing.
Greg

Greeneville, TN

#22 Jul 30, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
Magician, if he had a million (+) and could offer such... I'd sweep him off his feet, We'd instantly fall in love and get married and then I'd take half of that more than a mil. In our divorce.(haha! Jk)
I still couldn't do it.:-/ Love shouldn't cost a thing.
Ditto on that. Love, relationships, and companionship are not contingent on a stipend. You might as well do it the traditional
way or simply don't do it at all.
Wet Willie

Greeneville, TN

#23 Jul 30, 2013
MystDefy wrote:
I'm no lady, can I answer anyway?
I'd probably go for it as long as there was no penalty for breaking the contract if I didn't like it after I got into it. At the end of the year I'd either be in love or $25K richer....a win win. What would I be in a year if I didn't????
Climbing in my open casement window?.....and a year older.

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#24 Jul 30, 2013
Nice picture of you Se7ven.

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#25 Jul 30, 2013
Greg wrote:
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Ditto on that. Love, relationships, and companionship are not contingent on a stipend. You might as well do it the traditional
way or simply don't do it at all.
If I had 25 grand for every failed relationship I'd be a rich. It's certainly not a way to be happy... Money can run out.

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#26 Jul 30, 2013
Mr Christian wrote:
Nice picture of you Se7ven.
Thank you, Mr Christian :)
Yep

Greeneville, TN

#27 Jul 30, 2013
Mr Christian wrote:
Nice picture of you Se7ven.
Ima gonna second that. Very nice.

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#28 Jul 30, 2013
Yep wrote:
<quoted text>Ima gonna second that. Very nice.
Ima say, you are so very sweet and thank you, Yep ;)

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#29 Jul 31, 2013
Yep wrote:
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Ima gonna second that. Very nice.
She is a cutie pie. Very sweet.

“light always defeats darkness”

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#30 Jul 31, 2013
And I would gladly give you all of it so I could see your beautiful smile, and know that you were happy. NOT jk.

“light always defeats darkness”

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#31 Jul 31, 2013
She is unbelievably beautiful, like a rainbow after a storm. I could get lost just looking at her picture

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#32 Jul 31, 2013
I Am The Magician wrote:
And I would gladly give you all of it so I could see your beautiful smile, and know that you were happy. NOT jk.
You are the sweetest! A lot of money isn't necessary to me though. Sure, money can buy nice things and buy fancy friends... But I'd rather have my man's time and attention, and certainly his love any day. I'm happy with the simple things.:-)

“light always defeats darkness”

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#33 Jul 31, 2013
Would place you on a pedestal and spend every waking minute worshipping you.
Secret

Greeneville, TN

#34 Jul 31, 2013
Kinda sounds like the story of Beauty and the Beast. What's a year? Many people spend a year or several years in bad relationships and leave with nothing, or less than they had in the beginning. I could use an extra 25 grand a year from now & who knows, the beast could turn out to be a true prince. We go to work and show respect to jerks and get paid for it, so it could be considered a side job with extra quirks. If he has 25k to lose on taking a chance with me, then he would probably put a lot of effort into the year we spent together. It could be worth more than money could buy & if not, then there's still a nice little pay off when it's over. I'd do it.

Since: Jan 11

Greeneville TN

#35 Jul 31, 2013
Secret wrote:
Kinda sounds like the story of Beauty and the Beast. What's a year? Many people spend a year or several years in bad relationships and leave with nothing, or less than they had in the beginning. I could use an extra 25 grand a year from now & who knows, the beast could turn out to be a true prince. We go to work and show respect to jerks and get paid for it, so it could be considered a side job with extra quirks. If he has 25k to lose on taking a chance with me, then he would probably put a lot of effort into the year we spent together. It could be worth more than money could buy & if not, then there's still a nice little pay off when it's over. I'd do it.
Thank you. I feel affirmed.

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