September 19, 2008 10:12am CST
Does money play any role in true love?
• South Africa
19 Sep 08
"Money can't buy me love" is one of the Beatles' songs? I think. No money can't buy you love; but money can buy the things you love. And, honestly, I will choose them all. Both love, money, and the things money can buy. Maybe it can even buy you the girl you love, who knows.
25 Sep 08
I would say "of course it doesn't". It's very nice to get a gift, flowers or go eat a dinner together to some fancy place, but pizza at home is good too if we're eating it together :) And as for me best gift are those handmade - I made myself a plushie recently! But I know that mainly girls are furious without recieving flowers and gifts all the time. Sometimes guys cannot afford girls' love... If I even was angry about money it was when my bf had money, promised me something and then spent it on soemthing else that he didn't need at all. Promise is promise, right?
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
24 Sep 08
I don't think it does. My fiance and I come from different socio-economic backgrounds. His family's socio-economic background is lower than my folks. (I should mention that we're both students, so even if my socio-economic background is higher than his, neither of are rich, like a lot of students.) But we both really love each other. I know there is that stereotype that the poorer guy tries to date/marry the richer girl, or vice versa, but there's that something in his eyes, when he says 'I love you' or something, that makes me believe it. So, I'm inclined to believe that money doesn't have a role to play in true love.