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Why aren't millionaires single?

Because they're millionaires.


If the dating industry wasn't a scam as it is, there are an ever growing number of scams. Namely, the "date a millionaire" websites. Why the hell would a millionaire like me want to get on one of those stupid sites when there are so many other women in real life that are after my money?

Does a millionaire really need to get on a website to find a gold digger? Is it that hard to find them these days? Why the hell are these stupid sites popping up to date rich guys? I have yet to see a single millionaire who is single. All the single millionaires are already dating or in relationships because they have a wonderful personality and are very kind hearted, funny and of course intelligent people!

I really feel sorry for these millionaires who have to sign up onto these sites to find women who can truly love them for who they are. It's so hard to find a woman these days who is only after a man's money and the benefits he can provide. Where can I find THE ONE? The woman around me just aren't like that so I better get online to find one who is. Hmm... let me register and browse through these profiles of women that want to fly around the world on my dime.

Oh, look at her. She enjoys traveling the world, has exceptional culinary tastes, enjoy fine wine and spending the evening curled up by the fireplace at the winter lodge. Great, I'll fly her over here in my private jet so I can get to know her better and have a wonderful insightful conversation with her about philosophy and the likes. She could be overweight and tatted up but to me, that is irrelevant because I am looking for her inner beauty. I want to get to know her on a deeper level and connect with her.

Ah...it's so great to have a millionaire dating website for busy rich and successful guys like me. Why didn't they think of this sooner?


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