“[She] went from easily spending 0 a month on dinners alone to having someone else dole out an average of -plus per night,” writes BI.
Although it was keeping her out of debt, the woman admitted she wanted to settle down and has herself a steady boyfriend at the moment. “I needed my sleep and I was done playing the game.” What can I say about this? It isn’t stated in the article whether the woman actually had any interest in these men but with a cap on five dates it’s safe to say she wasn’t looking for Mr. And well, she admitted this was all because of her money problems. You can debate what the men where expecting from the date (Match does have a reputation) but the assumption is people are looking for a relationship when they go out on a date.
The story also didn’t delve into what her credit card expenses were.
While one person’s frivolity is another person’s necessary coping mechanism (high-speed internet, for example), but one would hope that a person would eliminate their luxuries before they committed a premeditated series of unethical acts.
The story did, however, mention she has at least two roommates.
I know people living like that in the city and they live just fine without resorting to extorting unsuspecting men out of their hard-earned money.
Of course in NYC, it’s entirely possible her portion of the rent is ,450 (especially in Murray Hill) and not the entirety of it but regardless, this is one of the worst cases of living outside your means I’ve ever seen.It’s also one of the most despicable ways to try and fix your money problems. In fact the article had to be updated after it was posted, “We’ve disabled comments on this post because they were getting out of control.We have also changed the name of the woman in the story because people were taking it waaaay too seriously.” What is there about this to NOT take seriously?Get ready to put on your own Lisa disapproval faces, this is going to make you angry.A New York woman has confessed to signing up for the online dating service because she was going into debt and wanted free food the dates would provide her.Going on five dates a week she “made” up to 00 a month. character Minerva Mc Gonagall thanks to the fury her story caused, was perfectly happy to share her story.