Dating a guy with no car
A man who isn’t contributing financially is a handicap, as one young single mother says in “What was his purpose?
I started thinking, ‘I don’t need him.’ He was just like an extra burden.
Yes, I know it sounds so Stone Age, backdated and totally superficial.
The alternative is waking up one day down the road divorced with five kids and fifty thousand dollars in debt, watching re-runs of "Honey Boo Boo" on Nick at Nite. But the truth is, as much as we often ignore the warning signs of a potentially bad relationship early on in the dating process, these issues don't go away. So, instead of jumping into that long-term relationship with a man you suspect may be wrong for you, let's take a look at fifteen types of guys to avoid getting into long-term relationships with in the first place. There is a difference between loving sports and having a childish obsession with them. While no man should always be expected to plan five-star dates, at the same time, the romance shouldn't just completely fall off a cliff at once.
It never even occurred to me to worry about such things (I’ve never discussed credit ratings with a partner), but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t have paid it attention when it seemed like things were getting serious.
A recent study seems to indicate that we are stuck in a time warp when it comes to gender and money — we can’t get past the idea that a husband should make more money than his wife, and that is impacting whom we marry, how much a wife works, and even if a couple stays married.
There are of course exceptions to the rules, like a transient Brazilian-Japanese model or a billionaire-gone-green, bicycle-riding guy, just make sure your return on investment in kind is worth your fuel and time. Nature made the female species to be attracted to the strongest in the pack. Having a car is a sign that this guy has the capability for big purchases and has an ability to provide, has a stable job to pay for the monthly loan payment.
Since women are so empowered that they are sometimes more successful, they might say that being carless is not a handicap, because they have a car anyway.