Post # 32
I chose the rich guy only because you made him sound less boring than the hunky guy, and less ugly than the smart guy. So basically it seemed like the lesser of the evils.
Not to mention, lots of vacations would be nice.
Post # 33
Funny and kind are my top two. I wouldn’t marry any body I wasn’t attracted to or thought was boring.
Post # 34
okay so I also voted before I read your post. BUT I would rather spend my life with someone smart who I could talk to and could make me laugh than someone who was dull, boring, and dumb. Money and looks only get you so far.
Post # 35
None. I prefer a funny, laid-back guy.
Post # 36
I didn’t even have to think
You said he’s a nice guy, right? So what if he’s not that attractive and boring. I can keep myself entertained in any situation – especially if we have the means to travel.
Post # 37
They all sound awful. Why would you marry anyone you found boring or unattractive? All bad choices in my eyes.
Post # 38
Rich guy. I’m not a horrible person, it’s just the sensible choice!
The hot guy is pointless, no one stays hot.
The smart guy is really tempting. I LOVE intellectuals!! But I think over the years I would be FURIOUS with him for refusing to become financially comfortable.
A rich, sweet, dull person is actually a pretty decent partner. You could have a very interesting life!
Post # 39
with a lot of money life is never dull
Post # 40
They’re all terrible choices. However, so many divorces occur due to money, and not having enough puts ANY marriage under incredible strain. But like a PP said, at least seeing the world and nice vacatins are possible with the rich man. Great conversation is great, yes, but not being attracted to the guy AND not being able to pay the bills would kill that relationship faster than I could say, “I don’t.”
Post # 41
After reading the other Bees responses, I have to agree with the rich guy answer. I could go on vacations and learn things, meet people to have stimulating conversations with, and I can cope with the lack of physical attraction.
They’re still all terrible options.
Post # 42
@maureen0907: Ooooh I would never choose in real life! But since you put a gun to my head, I will be forced to choose the hunky guy. I really had to think about it. I rate chemistry highly, DH and I have wonderful chemistry… But he also has a well paying job and is quite intelligent and funny.
Anyways! The hunky guy. I chose him because I don’t mind not being well off as long as we are not starving or homeless. I have my own job, friends and hobbies. I think I could provide enough outside interests for us to not go crazy. If he was a bit boring, it’d just be a tiny bit more like being single… I would probably read more etc. and hang out with friends more. I’m assuming he has at least one or two interests… I suppose I would try and learn about them even if they seemed boring.
I think sexy times are the only thing I couldn’t find some other good substitute for.
no money? I can budget.
not interesting/smart? I can entertain myself.
Post # 43
I Went with the rich guy cause honestly talking to some smaet guy or looking at a Handsom guy just wouldn’t do it for me .
Plua if he was rich we could learn to do fun things and I could entertain myself I’m also not a very sexual person so lucky for me it’s not that big of a deal .
i enjoy doing stuff too much to be with someone who couldnt provide for me and my family.
also I wouldn’t be using the money for jewels and cars id be doing things with my kids traveling haviing needs met etc. its honestly so important in today’s world
Post # 44
WHO VOTED THIS WAS EASY!?
Post # 45
Rich guy! Maybe he can buy himSelf a personality 😉
Post # 46
totally… if the options were “middle class” vs “rich” instead of “broke” it would be a little different. but honestly, I find wealth attractive – so long as he loves me. I would learn to love him over time.