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LookMomImFlying

LookMomImFlying

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Apr 23, 2018
73
I've always asked people this question. I figure if I could have the perfect, apple-of-my-eye-and-soul woman, and she loved me like I loved her, everything else would work itself out. So I would take love. We'd be an unstoppable team. The $1 million could buy you a lot of dates and other distractions and pleasures though. What would you do?
 
Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

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Apr 6, 2018
586
I've tried to love somebody that I really cared for, but honestly it's exhausting. I'm not that creative to come up with something new to do together every day. I guess I'd take the money

Ditto, for me, love can only be temporary. Eventually, I'll get sick of them or they'll get sick of me. And then there's that whole unpleasant watching each other decay and die thing. No thanks. I used to say I wanted a forever relationship but, really, I can't stand the thought. I think I just use the hope of love as another distraction from the fact I don't want to be on this planet.
 
LookMomImFlying

LookMomImFlying

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Apr 23, 2018
73
You guys have proven that love has gone the path of the dinosaur. :( Guess I'm just an old fashioned, obsolete, not-very-cool guy who wants one woman and will live and die with her through 60+ years of marriage, arguments, laughs, memories, growing old, etc. I make good $$ at my job and am on the verge of suicide. Guess the concept of "til death do us part" is just fantasy these days. Oh well, I'll be dead soon anyway. Fuck money!!!
 
Sonnenblume

Sonnenblume

Sunflower Panda
Apr 6, 2018
586
My love bubble burst when I heard what happened to Final Exit Network member, Frank Kavenaugh and his wife. She was in horrific pain and dying in a nursing home so he shot her and then himself, so she wouldn't have to suffer anymore. He was one of the kindest men I've ever met, if anyone deserved a decent ending it was he and his wife. Love is tragedy, more often than not.
 
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deflagrat

deflagrat

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Apr 9, 2018
360
Asperger here. Money, I would be an unhappy but rich gamer until I die from old age. That's precisely the problem, one day money will run out and I will be forced to kill myself.
 
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alice-jane

alice-jane

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Apr 22, 2018
60
You guys have proven that love has gone the path of the dinosaur. :( Guess I'm just an old fashioned, obsolete, not-very-cool guy who wants one woman and will live and die with her through 60+ years of marriage, arguments, laughs, memories, growing old, etc. I make good $$ at my job and am on the verge of suicide. Guess the concept of "til death do us part" is just fantasy these days. Oh well, I'll be dead soon anyway. Fuck money!!!
perhaps a dating site for the suicidal is in order
 
alice-jane

alice-jane

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Apr 22, 2018
60
My love bubble burst when I heard what happened to Final Exit Network member, Frank Kavenaugh and his wife. She was in horrific pain and dying in a nursing home so he shot her and then himself, so she wouldn't have to suffer anymore. He was one of the kindest men I've ever met, if anyone deserved a decent ending it was he and his wife. Love is tragedy, more often than not.
that is very sad
 
FullFat

FullFat

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Apr 27, 2018
375
perhaps a dating site for the suicidal is in order
I kind of wish such a site existed. I heard about one for the mentally ill in a Cracked.com article, but the site didn't look well-maintained.
 
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Neo-Schopenhauerian

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Apr 16, 2018
32
I would take the money and donate it to the most effective charity I could find. I am convicted to a renunciation of life.
 
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Phantom

Phantom

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Apr 9, 2018
33
I'd take money. I don't feel that love is a pressing matter for me. Honestly I'm not even interested. It'll come if it does, it won't come if it won't. My interest will follow if something comes up.

However money is always a pressing matter; you have to get your stuff fixed, you have to get new stuff (electronics,hobby stuff, maybe some N or rope some day), afford food, have a place to live in. Having a million dollars would change my focus on life quite a lot, and although still looking to be successful, I wouldn't have to be worried if success does not come.

I could focus on things I like, if I still like anything. I could finish all the projects I have lying around, if the strength to do so was to come. I'd have so much better chances at life.
 
dhk96

dhk96

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May 8, 2018
94
My most perfectly conceivable woman would be an anime waifu (lol) so...money, it is.

Jokes aside, I wouldn't want to drag someone I love down by being in a relationship with them. Relationships are built on mutual support. How can I take care of someone else when I can't even take care of myself? Not only in a financial sense. I wouldn't be able to mentally support/shoulder burdens of my partner through rough times because I can barely keep myself from falling apart. Having a responsibility over others works for some people but not for me sadly.
 
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Tiburcio

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Money would solve most part of my problems, and love would be an extra difficulty if one day I decide killing myself. Also, money is more durable than love. Maybe if this would be a happy, fantastic world love should be a good option but... Mother of good look around and look how every relationship has a bad ending. It can't be more decadent.
 
never getting better

never getting better

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Apr 27, 2018
60
Money.

I'd buy a small flat for $40,000 or as little as possible, preferably in a hot climate, move and live the rest of my life with just the essentials to survive. As long as you don't blow the money it's enough. No pressure to do anything. I would use my spare time for volunteering and charity work. I would help as many people as I can, when I feel comfortable enough to do so.
 
Tomasnil

Tomasnil

Mage
Apr 24, 2018
519
perhaps a dating site for the suicidal is in order
That actually gave me the first honest laugh i had for as ling as i can remember sign me up. Go on a date play normal tjen back to mine or her place and let the demons out and ending up giving eachother the final push. Sounds interesting
 
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Mess

Mess

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May 18, 2018
34
I have a weird romantic orientation, i'm in the aromantic spectrum, so it would be a miracle for me to love someone forever, i'll definitely chose it, seems to be a good experience
 

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