This problem is just a very specific one."Langston looked at me incredulously.
Apparently his eyebrows were frozen in the raised position.
So on my first day back in the land of Singleville, I decided to celebrate my newly adopted singleness by meeting my single friend Langston for a cup of coffee, which I prefer with a single packet of sugar.
It's nice if you have it, but the fact that you give me some is not going to make me love you.""I wouldn't know. And for the record, I have dated men because they have big dicks.
I decided to remember that, for some other day when I felt like getting mad at him. I just think if he did have money, it would be nice.""Yes, you say that now," Langston said, "but just like my mother says-you go looking to a man for a free ride, and you never worked so hard in your life.""What if I do like him? Apparently he hadn't considered this as a possibility. You're presuming I won't like the guys I'm set up with. And we're not even going to talk about what they look like.
The first thing they're doing is letting everyone know they're rich.""It's a dating service!
It's no different from hiring a therapist to help you with your problems.
Instead, the millionaire pays a fee to cover both himself and the prospective date."While Judy declined to specify the exact amount, she did say it is in the "thousands" of dollars.
According to Judy, the millionaires-who do not have to be actual millionaires, but still have to show documentation of their personal assets so Judy can decide whether they're rich enough-are all in their 40s or above.
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