Is it really wrong to marry for money?

Is it?  Is it?  As long as you’re upfront about it is it really that wrong?  I didn’t get this wish out there to the universe in time for the new moon or the solar eclipse but today as I was near tears at work thinking, why, why do I have to do this? And then this very question popped into my head.

I am sure there are men out there, especially here in Florida, retired, with a pool and a boat, that wouldn’t mind a middle age woman hanging around?  Well,,,next time, if there is a next time, I’m going right for the big bucks, not even gonna kid myself or them, of acting like I have something to offer, I’m just going in with the premise that I want nothing other than to spend their money.  That’s it.  Sure I might make dinner but I might not.  Maybe I’ll hire a cook, when I hire the maids, or maybe I’ll expect him to do all that.  Instead of going for love or even like-a-lot and acting like money doesn’t make a difference I’m just going for the money.  If I end up liking him all the better, but the liking’s not a deal breaker.  I think being a gold-digger has a bad rap.  There’s only one way to find out, I must experience this for myself.  Wouldn’t that make a good blog?

I know what you’re thinking…I’m too old to be a gold digger…but I have a young face….and big boobs.  I got this.

Until then, I’ll keep going to work…no worries.

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4 thoughts on “Is it really wrong to marry for money?”

  1. I hope you’re not joking because I genuinely believe you have a valid argument and one to which I subscribe – not that I plan on a gold digger career, I don’t live in Florida – but I can’t see why marrying for money should be a wrong thing. The richer partner gets company, the poorer partner gets comfort – how is any of this wrong?

    1. Well if I could do it I would….I just really don’t think I could be with someone if I don’t like them no matter what the financial situation is. But then again, I’ve never had that chance to test it… 🙂

  2. Interesting perspective . . . probably worth discussing further over a beer, preferably on a beach 😉
    (by the way, I own a catamaran–unfortunately it’s an unfinished “project” at the moment)
    FYI, I’m not trolling you, rather I just happened to check my Linkedin account for the first time in a long time and after noticing that you “liked” my 5-year anniversary of working for the Navy I somehow stumbled onto your blog post (or maybe it’s divine providence that led me here ; )

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