Dating broke men

No man, I work really hard and I am not willing to step into a marriage where I have everything and you have nothing,” she said.

She then went on to say, “I think we’ve been through that stage where you are like aarg, it doesn’t matter.

If you see the the speed I use to leave him on those occasions eh!!!

He would always suggest going to the liquor store, grabbing a bottle and going back to my place to talk and chill. I had to speak up and tell him I didn’t want to drink any hard liquor in my house and just “talk.” I suggested a restaurant, and we went. He was always down to do fun things, but how if he was unemployed?

But it is another thing to be unemployed and broke, content with your situation, and pursuing a woman. And he talked a lot about settling down and starting a family.

We met through a mutual friend, so for a while our only interactions were at social gatherings.

You need financial stability before you seek out anything else.

It got me thinking about a lot of men I know, and I wonder, what were they doing in their 20s?

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