Want to Meet a Gay Millionaire?

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    Dec 15, 2011 7:47 PM GMT
    Yes, there really is a website for gay millionaires. But to register, you have to produce proof that you're worth at least a million. Practical or snooty? I'm not sure.

    For all you gay millionaires on this site, here's the URL.

    http://www.gaymillionairesclub.com/
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    Dec 15, 2011 7:51 PM GMT
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    I can see a lot of young guys jumping on that.

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    Dec 15, 2011 7:53 PM GMT
    Finally a place where I can meet other millionaires!! No more slumming it for me, its gonna champagne wishes and caviar dreams for me icon_razz.gif
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    Dec 15, 2011 7:59 PM GMT
    Remember, you have to prove you are a millionaire in order to register. That way, they screen out gold diggers, and guys who just want to meet a millionaire, but whose worth is far below that.
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    Dec 15, 2011 8:14 PM GMT
    GayLiberrian saidI doubt a millionaire would spend their time here.
    Wouldnt it be easier for them to go to a club you have to pay a certain amount to be in?

    Actually my partner and I belonged to such an exclusive gay club in Florida, membership limited to 36. We were about the only non-millionaires. But we could afford the membership, and it was fun. My partner still has his trophies for staging the best annual theme parties. His ones done in drag were legendary.

    When the Bush economic depression hit and attendance declined (millionaires are notoriously very cheap), some members succeeded in changing the rules, opening it to virtually everyone. We dropped out, as did most of our close friends, and the club died.

    I don't need a website to meet millionaires. Most of our friends are. We're the only "poor relations" in the crowd. But if you have something else to offer, you really don't need money. It's a fallacy that you have to flash cash to meet cash. Behave like a gentleman and lots of doors will open to you -- trust me.
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    Dec 15, 2011 8:15 PM GMT
    O_O a place where I can meet sugardaddies?! Oh em gee!

    -_-

    That site sounds horrible. I am sure these 'millionaires' can meet others of their 'stature' outside of some website.
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    Dec 16, 2011 12:36 AM GMT
    AlexanderB saidO_O a place where I can meet sugardaddies?! Oh em gee!

    -_-

    That site sounds horrible. I am sure these 'millionaires' can meet others of their 'stature' outside of some website.

    We'll come as a package deal as sugarbabies.

    I'mjustsaying
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    Dec 16, 2011 12:41 AM GMT
    I hear diamond rings in the future. Many of them.

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    Dec 16, 2011 2:09 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco said
    GayLiberrian saidI doubt a millionaire would spend their time here.
    Wouldnt it be easier for them to go to a club you have to pay a certain amount to be in?

    Actually my partner and I belonged to such an exclusive gay club in Florida, membership limited to 36. We were about the the only non-millionaires. But we could afford the membership, and it was fun. My partner still has his trophies for staging the best annual theme parties. His ones done in drag were legendary.

    When the Bush economic depression hit and attendance declined (millionaires are notoriously very cheap), some members succeeded in changing the rules, opening it to virtually everyone. We dropped out, as did most of our close friends, and the club died.

    I don't need a website to meet millionaires. Most of our friends are. We're the only "poor relations" in the crowd. But if you have something else to offer, you really don't need money. It's a fallacy that you have to flash cash to meet cash. Behave like a gentleman and lots of doors will open to you -- trust me.




    The only thing you left out from your post:



    I wuz thinking the very same thing and I don't agree with you on plenty icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 16, 2011 9:48 AM GMT
    TrevorMark said
    AlexanderB saidO_O a place where I can meet sugardaddies?! Oh em gee!

    -_-

    That site sounds horrible. I am sure these 'millionaires' can meet others of their 'stature' outside of some website.

    We'll come as a package deal as sugarbabies.

    I'mjustsaying


    Works for me ^_~
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    Dec 16, 2011 9:58 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    Art_Deco said
    GayLiberrian saidI doubt a millionaire would spend their time here.
    Wouldnt it be easier for them to go to a club you have to pay a certain amount to be in?

    Actually my partner and I belonged to such an exclusive gay club in Florida, membership limited to 36. We were about the the only non-millionaires. But we could afford the membership, and it was fun. My partner still has his trophies for staging the best annual theme parties. His ones done in drag were legendary.

    When the Bush economic depression hit and attendance declined (millionaires are notoriously very cheap), some members succeeded in changing the rules, opening it to virtually everyone. We dropped out, as did most of our close friends, and the club died.

    I don't need a website to meet millionaires. Most of our friends are. We're the only "poor relations" in the crowd. But if you have something else to offer, you really don't need money. It's a fallacy that you have to flash cash to meet cash. Behave like a gentleman and lots of doors will open to you -- trust me.




    The only thing you left out from your post:



    You'd be surprised at how often doors are opened/networking is done when people "keep up appearances"- it doesn't necessarily have to be a negative thing. It can be a way of getting places in the world, especially at a young age.

    Maybe Art_Deco does it now to make sure he is living life to his fullest instead of doing it to "keep up" ?