Good job and attracted

  • Tropicalcium

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    Jan 04, 2014 9:15 PM GMT
    Does having a good job make a guy more attractive? I think so. Say if you compare a cop and a waiter. Who would you pick? A doctor and a banker?

    I would date a doctor or a cop.
  • Tropicalcium

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    Jan 04, 2014 9:20 PM GMT
    Jaggal saidI do not care about his job, and I know a lot of people will find that hard to believe. I want a guy that get's me hot and genuinely likes me, Cop, Judge, or Mailman.


    Suppose you are in a relationship with him, how will you pay the bills?
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    Jan 04, 2014 9:33 PM GMT
    Tropicalcium saidDoes having a good job make a guy more attractive? I think so. Say if you compare a cop and a waiter. Who would you pick...?

    A waiter, every time.
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    Jan 04, 2014 9:37 PM GMT
    Tropicalcium said
    Jaggal saidI do not care about his job, and I know a lot of people will find that hard to believe. I want a guy that get's me hot and genuinely likes me, Cop, Judge, or Mailman.


    Suppose you are in a relationship with him, how will you pay the bills?

    You live within your means, and hopefully you have a job, too.

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    Jan 04, 2014 9:43 PM GMT
    I'd have issues dating a hit man.
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    Jan 04, 2014 9:49 PM GMT
    Tropicalcium said
    Jaggal saidI do not care about his job, and I know a lot of people will find that hard to believe. I want a guy that get's me hot and genuinely likes me, Cop, Judge, or Mailman.


    Suppose you are in a relationship with him, how will you pay the bills?


    There are waiters working in high-end restaurants who make lots of $$ in tips. And it seems that your observation of attraction has nothing to do with the guy's job, but rather on how much money he makes.
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    Jan 04, 2014 9:50 PM GMT
    Jobs come and go; the ability to adapt is most attractive, but really it all boils down to penis size and sex drive for me.
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    Jan 04, 2014 10:18 PM GMT
    Tropicalcium saidDoes having a good job make a guy more attractive? I think so. Say if you compare a cop and a waiter. Who would you pick? A doctor and a banker?


    What if he is a fashion model, but makes about $18,000 a year? Would you question whether to date him or gynecologist?
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    Jan 04, 2014 10:27 PM GMT
    I make pretty good $ as a waiter lol . And job doesn't matter much as long as they have one and help with Bills .
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    Jan 04, 2014 10:48 PM GMT
    I do find those in academics like researcher, professor or scientist hotter. Don't judge me!
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    Jan 04, 2014 11:11 PM GMT
    dustin_K_tx saidJobs come and go; the ability to adapt is most attractive, but really it all boils down to penis size and sex drive for me.

    See morphic? I'm not the only one. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 04, 2014 11:32 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    dustin_K_tx saidJobs come and go; the ability to adapt is most attractive, but really it all boils down to penis size and sex drive for me.

    See morphic? I'm not the only one. icon_biggrin.gif

    Why settle with size when you can ask for quantity?
    http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1u75hh/i_am_the_guy_with_two_penises_ama/
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    Jan 04, 2014 11:42 PM GMT
    I would date someone that is within my income range. So what they actually do for a living is irrelevant. Unless of course it was something illegal. icon_lol.gif

    But then again, when you meet/date someone new, it's not like you really know how much money he makes right away. And if you really like the guy, it's pretty lame to dump him because he makes too much or too little money.
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    Jan 05, 2014 1:11 AM GMT
    Tropicalcium saidDoes having a good job make a guy more attractive? I think so. Say if you compare a cop and a waiter. Who would you pick? A doctor and a banker?

    I would date a doctor or a cop.


    Depends on the person. I met a cop and he was a great kisser. Waiters in NY can be hot. It really boils down to personality -- yes in the US we do have an unspoken class system or social status.
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    Jan 05, 2014 1:27 AM GMT
    I've never been in a situation where I had the ball so in my court that I could pick and choose willy nilly which guy I wanted based on something as petty as as their field of employment. I'm always stuck at the part where the two parties simply want to spend time with each other. Or rather, the lack thereof on their side.
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    Jan 05, 2014 1:28 AM GMT
    morphic said
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    dustin_K_tx saidJobs come and go; the ability to adapt is most attractive, but really it all boils down to penis size and sex drive for me.

    See morphic? I'm not the only one. icon_biggrin.gif

    Why settle with size when you can ask for quantity?
    http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1u75hh/i_am_the_guy_with_two_penises_ama/


    I like this. It was high time gay men raised the bar even higher for pickiness! HE NEEDS TWO DICKS.
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    Jan 05, 2014 2:39 AM GMT
    I've dated guys from filthy rich banker to broke college student and to be completely honest, I was in a much happier relationship with the poorer one. We were constantly looking for different things to do for fun without spending money and had a blast doing so. Whereas with my rich ex-bf we repeated the same routine: shop, club, fancy brunch, repeat.

    A good job and wealth should not attribute to a person's attractiveness but sadly it does in reality. I don't blame people who fall for it though, many of us were involuntarily conditioned by our materialistic society.

    That being said, someone who doesn't want to work out of sheer laziness is VERY unattractive.
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    Jan 05, 2014 2:45 AM GMT
    Ok, I clicked it; they were average. 1 big one trumps two/double average sized ones in my book!
  • Adozark

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    Jan 05, 2014 3:42 AM GMT
    A good job can be an attractive feature only because he is more likely to be ambitious and intelligent. Money isn't really a factor above being able to support yourself.

    Money can actually be a downside, there is a guy who I briefly dated who never had a job because he had some kind of trust fund (he never said he did, but he had two cars, a house,went out all the time, and traveled often via 1st class and said he's never had a job. Also he mentioned his father owned a business.)

    I saw it as a downside because we where so different in how we viewed the world, I work hard to advance my career (though I got my first job with my family business,which allowed me to get other jobs later, so I do recognize I was semi-privileged) and he was born with a silver spoon, never knowing what it was like to earn his own living, he was a nice guy but I knew we would run into problems because of that (and some other issues).
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    Jan 05, 2014 5:39 PM GMT
    Adozark saidA good job can be an attractive feature only because he is more likely to be ambitious and intelligent. Money isn't really a factor above being able to support yourself.

    Money can actually be a downside, there is a guy who I briefly dated who never had a job because he had some kind of trust fund (he never said he did, but he had two cars, a house,went out all the time, and traveled often via 1st class and said he's never had a job. Also he mentioned his father owned a business.)

    I saw it as a downside because we where so different in how we viewed the world, I work hard to advance my career (though I got my first job with my family business,which allowed me to get other jobs later, so I do recognize I was semi-privileged) and he was born with a silver spoon, never knowing what it was like to earn his own living, he was a nice guy but I knew we would run into problems because of that (and some other issues).


    Interesting.