Gold diggers are kind of a weird concept. We make fun of them in popular culture mostly in movies and on TV but we probably don't think that these people actually exist in real life. Do people really marry other people for money?
By Doree Lewak. When he first met a beautiful, inquisitive and upbeat doctor during a singles trip, K. He asked that only his initials be used for privacy reasons.
After all, the signs of gold digging are obvious. The reality is, most men are easily fooled by a great body and a pretty face. The first step to avoiding the gold digger trap is to recognise your potential to fall into this trap.
A gold digger is a very cunning and curious species. It comes in all forms, both male and female. They typically latch on to someone unsuspecting, someone like you.
Whereas there are others, a much more sinister and devious being that resides in Vietnam that you should never get involved with unless your just looking to get laid. Luckily, a much smaller percentage of the population resembles the latter. These females are vicious, sinister, and nasty.
I recently realized that my girlfriend was only with me for the money, in other words she was a complete gold digger. This is how it started, a few years back my friend set me up on a blind date. My friend explained that my blind date was a girl who was a little high maintenance from the usual girls I dated but not to worry because she was really nice.
Call me naive. Call me foolish. I think that marriage should be based on love, respect and understanding.
A gold digger is someone who will latch on to a person who can provide gifts, expensive vacations, dinners at fancy restaurants, etc. In exchange, they will often pretend to be interested in you. Most gold diggers have an attitude that they have to be taken care of by you.
I want to find a woman to share it with but I have a problem. What can I do to change this? First, they like the fact that successful men are usually successful because they are smart, hard working, confident, etc.