Money can't buy you love, but it can sure make it

Posted by Leticia, 15 Apr 06

What would you do to meet your soul mate? Your earth partner? The love of your life? You've heard of stories about brothers and sisters that were separated at birth and lived within miles or even blocks of each other and didn't know? What if the "one" for you is that close? Well, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that you would do whatever you had to do to make that connection right? What if that person were in a different state or country? Are you still as likely to do what you had to do to make it happen? If not, why not?

Here's the reality, just like dating outside of your race opens up the opportunity to more choices and increases your chances to finding true love, dating outside of your zip code does the same thing. When you open up your mind to the idea of talking to everyone (yes, I mean everyone), you allow yourself to be available to others that may not have ever traveled into your neighborhood, city, state or even country. That is, until they met you.

Now I already hear my stubborn folks out there saying; "I ain't moving across the globe for nobody". Well, here's a thought; maybe somebody would move across the world for you. You are worth it right? There are plenty of success stories on the site that tell the tale about people hooking up across state lines and international waters. Take Rene 9 and mmw10aday; they started talking in January and Rene 9 says that in June she'll be moving from Ohio to Florida. Maggie56 was living in the US and xsdev8 was in Australia. Now they are married and both living in Australia. They met on our site. Check out their success story and then think about what you are willing to do to make your connection. Keeping in mind that just because you may not be willing to move, doesn't mean that the other person will feel the same. Shoot, I'd travel 1000 miles to find a nice pair of shoes, so, you know that I'd go just about anywhere for the right man.

Your perfect partner could be online right now...

What are you looking for?

Now, let's apply that same logic to the web site. What is finding the right person worth? What is the going rate on happiness these days? If you are already a subscriber to the site, you already know the answer to this question. If not, let's talk about that. Perhaps what's keeping you from making that commitment is that you feel like you shouldn't have to pay to meet other people or date on-line. But you do it anyway. You meet some friends after work for a drink, maybe dinner. Someone catches your eye. You buy them a drink. This process can and does go on for sometime. Maybe if you're lucky, you'll get a phone number out of the deal. Only to call a few days later and learn that the only thing you two have in common is the fact that the other night you were both at the same place at the same time. Now, if you had been a subscriber to the site and after you left having drinks (you still have to go out and socialize and mingle), when you got home you got on line and there are literally hundreds of people on line that are available to talk to you. In a group setting (the lobby), or if you want a one on one...a private chat room. You are able to set the stage and make contact with others and not wait for them to reach out to you. You are in control. Bottom line, you give and take free things everyday. However, do you treat those things the same way that you treat the things that you've paid your hard earned money on? If you became a subscriber, not only do you step up your game and opportunity for more options. You let everyone else know that you are serious about making lifetime connections. You are serious aren't you? If not, that's okay. We want you to keep coming back too, because you probably have a friend that would be perfect for us.

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  1.   Cobalt says:
    Posted: 10 Jan 08

    I perused the comments made by individuals about this article and noticed that men had a different perspective about money/love than men did... My take is that although money can't buy love/happiness, it really does make the "courtship" process easier (from a man's perspective). Long distance relationships can be expsensive and time consuming (and like it or not, both correlate to money). If there is love, there is the ability compromise.

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  2.   smthjzzfn60 says:
    Posted: 29 Aug 07

    Interesting comments! But just a little something to marinate on. a great man by the name of Charlie Sheen once said, I wasn't paying her for sex, I was paying her to leave afterwards! Works for me, cause in the end don't you usually end up paying dearly anyway?

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  3.   mossimo36 says:
    Posted: 07 Aug 07

    Great article, thanks for posting. I agree completely Jade

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  4.   turbogirl says:
    Posted: 29 Dec 06

    Love can't be bought, or let me say no matter how rich a guy is, i can't love him unless i just wanna spend his money and then cheat with somebody i love behind my rich lover's back.

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  5.   Jade74 says:
    Posted: 06 Dec 06

    Money can't buy you love.Real love is not bought.

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  6.   embraceme says:
    Posted: 22 Nov 06

    hmmm i believe that love shouldnt be about money.. but dwe all know the world goes around only if you got money.. weather you have money or not you will face the same problems everyone else does.. so i say money is good but a true man is better.. if i can get both i am sure i wouldnt walk pass it lol

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  7. Posted: 18 Oct 06

    Fact is money just makes life easier!

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  8.   Fala says:
    Posted: 05 Oct 06

    Dated for love plenty of times and it never worked out. I wouldn't mind dating for money . . . just for comparison's sake. ;-)

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  9.   xina03 says:
    Posted: 20 Sep 06

    Nice article...I'm looking for a serious relationship based on everything(trust,love) but still I don't think I can have a long distance relationship with any1.

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  10.   Kandi says:
    Posted: 13 Sep 06

    I am not looking for a longterm reltionship but I am for a lasting love.What a great article..

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  11.   Glo4pride says:
    Posted: 23 Jun 06

    I love this article. I have been looking for a long term relationship based on trust and love and I'm ready to go any where to meet my love/partner. I have been attracted to white people since I was young and will like to settle with 1 of them so reading this article has giving me more courage to go further in my search. thx.

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  12.   goodbaby says:
    Posted: 15 May 06

    I am looking for life time partner for long and continued love.

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  13.   dansa says:
    Posted: 23 Apr 06

    I am looking for life time partner for long and continued love. I love to chat live and see the smile on the face of someone and try my luck through the process

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