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Dating With Debt


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  1. Posted by Motionless Puppet, at Reply

    Remember women are shallow

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      Wrong article, but a lot of them are looking for a financial rope to hang on to. Sad but true. You need to be selective.

  2. Posted by lovefunbeer, at Reply

    I will not date someone in debt.

    • Posted by qwerty qwerty, at Reply

      lovefunbeer “not”

    • Posted by caseyxe, at Reply


  3. Posted by magister343, at Reply

    I’m a millennial with zero debt. I have an engineering degree, but am currently underemployed and can’t yet afford to move out of my parents’ house.

    • Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

      Then you are a loser. You should stop watching TYT and grow up then

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      how is your game in coffee shops?

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      @dustin zibauer ??? O.o you know zero about the american economy. especially out in the silicon valley huh?

    • Posted by Seth N, at Reply

      lol obviously you aren’t looking then. I got a software engineering degree and got hired straight out school making 6 figures a year and the company paid for my master’s and is currently paying for my PhD. I can work anywhere in the world I want

    • Posted by magister343, at Reply

      I graduated Georgia Tech with a BS in Civil Engineering in December 2010. (That is the second highest rated school in the US for that major.) That was the worst part of the great recession for my industry. For probably the only time in history, Art History Majors actually had a higher employment rate than civil engineers then. All the entry level jobs I could find in my state for the first year or so required 5+ years of experience, as there were enough experienced people out of work that they could use them what would normally be a job for new graduates. I also neglected to do any internships or co-ops before graduating, and had only a mediocre (2.8) GPA. I had been under a lot of stress with family health crises during college. (I’m naturally very introverted and bad at networking anyway, but the stress meant I mostly stayed in my room depressed during college rather than going out to meet people to study together or help me on my job search.) My dad’s leukemia came back worse than before right before I graduated. He sold his accounting business, retired, and started chemotherapy a few months later. He insisted that I stay at home to help him through the chemotherapy and the next few years when he was suffering from a compromised immune system and withdrawal from predisone. He’d got if I even considered a job more than 1 hours drive away, and strongly discouraged grad school. Since the payments for selling his company have ended, and since my sister just lost her job, the family’s only income right now is what I get for working rather unpredictable hours at a non-profit. My employer is bad at giving me my paychecks on time (usually 2 months late, once even 5 months late). I live frugally enough that I have saved up about $10k though. I could probably afford to move out on my current income if I did not care about the rest of the family having enough to support themselves, but feel I’d still need to provide for them even if I’m not living here. They have kept me too busy lately to job hunt as much as I probably should, but I do have several applications open in other tabs right now and have a professional networking event on my schedule for tomorrow.

  4. Posted by MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, at Reply

    I wuld never date a liberal, I divorced my wife of 20 years because she didn’t like trump

    • Posted by Randolph white, at Reply

      MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ur kidding right or trollng

    • Posted by Randolph white, at Reply

      MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN she was ur cousin

    • Posted by Ethan Davidson, at Reply

      That wouldn’t be hard. She could go to skid row in any city and find one lying on the sidewalk.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      no you didn’t. you’ve probably never been married.

  5. Posted by Scotty Good, at Reply

    I’d have a wife but I’m poor

    • Posted by Scotty Good, at Reply

      WATSONMUTH I’m like world’s most eligible bachelor, that doesn’t mean I’m gonna have sex with everyone that wants to marry me haha 😁

    • Posted by Scotty Good, at Reply

      WATSONMUTH lol yep

  6. Posted by Ethan Davidson, at Reply

    Date them, but don’t merge finances, ever. Marriage is overrated anyhow.

    • Posted by Ethan Davidson, at Reply

      Reread what I said. Marriage is overrated. I mean literally date them and ONLY date them and don’t marry them and keep separate bank accounts. Have fun with them, have sex with them, but keep your finances separate. Then they will only have access to their own money, not yours.
      In my case, though I never have much dept, I am often the poorer one in relationships. But I never expect to have a joint bank account or anything like that.

    • Posted by Mama Mimi, at Reply

      +Ethan Davidson While it might be the other way around, I hope you won’t need a spouse to take care of you when you’re older….or that your best friend is exceptionally kind.

    • Posted by Chantal Benet, at Reply

      You can get married with a prenup and keep your finances divided

  7. Posted by Aaron Coke, at Reply

    Cenk killed me @2:01 😂😂😂. Agreed I’m a dork too.

    • Posted by Johnny Blazem, at Reply

      We know because you watch tyt

  8. Posted by truth seeker, at Reply

    sorry. if youre in debt youre on youre own.

    • Posted by Ace, at Reply

      I think it would be worthwhile for you if you sink into debt for English classes.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      Yes, get in a relationship with someone who values money over love, compatibility, character, etc. That’s ALWAYS the best choice.

    • Posted by truth seeker, at Reply

      Agreed. Love is temporary. Money is forever. Just look at a diamond. It lasts forever. Marriages often fail. Marry someone with money and have them pay off your debt. Amazing.

  9. Posted by Annatar, at Reply

    When I was 22, I was young, handsome, had abs, a working penis and a thick head of hair, but because I was out of college and in debt, no woman wanted to date me. But now, I am old, fat, bald and need Viagra for an erection, but for some strange reason
    many women want to date me and even proposed to me. Could it be that I have 7 figures in the bank?

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      Naw, nothing to do with it. They love you for your old, fat, bald, Viagra-needing body.

    • Posted by Number Five, at Reply

      I’m going to see the d*ck doctor again this friday.

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      nah they just thought that you “had some growing up to do but in time…..maybe…..” that was a very common line that i remember back then. some of them were probably already dating 40 something millionaires too. lol

  10. Posted by PABLOBARBICI, at Reply

    debt? pssh when I was single all I wanted was a woman without​ a child. damn nearly impossible

    • Posted by fkujakedmyname, at Reply

      ya debt is better than bastards, definitely cheaper

  11. Posted by Dollar DNA, at Reply

    Personally, I wouldn’t begin a relationship without knowing their debt *and* income. Not trying to be shallow but how you handle money says a lot about the kind of person you are.

    • Posted by Dollar DNA, at Reply

      But I’m not saying I want a partner’s money. It’s simply a way to know if their values align with mine.

    • Posted by Larry Gopnik, at Reply

      Well, that sounds fair but still a lot of women do care about the income of men. Just saying.

    • Posted by Number Five, at Reply

      I agree with you.

    • Posted by Number Five, at Reply

      It’s not gold digging. For myself, I’m not going to spend a huge portion of my life working to pay 100k of some woman’s debt.

  12. Posted by Jayjs20, at Reply

    Sorry, but I guess I’m shallow. Income is irrelevant to me, but massive debt is something that ruins lives and there’s no reason for me to anchor myself to that when I barely even know the person.

    • Posted by TheIntJuggler, at Reply

      I am in a ton of debt due to being irresponsible and I don’t date because of it. I’m in the process of paying it off, and until then I don’t expect anyone to get emotionally involved with me.

    • Posted by Tom Sawyer, at Reply

      i think the point, which i feel they didnt address well, is that if you feel a connection to someone then you should be willing to give them a chance, but that doesn’t mean that you have to move in with them and get married, dating someone doesn’t mean your anchored to them, if their debt turns out to be an issue, or they seem untrusty worthy in that regard(or any regard) you just leave, marriage is kinda bad idea most of all of the time

  13. Posted by A visitor, at Reply

    Women ARE the debt! Stay away from women and you will have ZERO problems! TRUTH!

    • Posted by Edward Bernayse666, at Reply

      yeah but what about the males who want to get laid and feel a lady’s touch and smell her perfume and hear her feminine voice as she speaks to you and all of that?:D

    • Posted by A visitor, at Reply

      Get a prostitute….it’s cheaper than divorce.

  14. Posted by Vee K., at Reply

    The issue is really this- IF YOU have debt, don’t let that knock your confidence. Remember you are a beautiful and limitless potential human being and there is someone perfect for you in this world or the next so just be confidence, do your best and really huge piece of advice: be generous to others. Nothing chances karmic debt faster than generosity. It is the root of future fortune. The problem is when people are born with that fortune and they don’t realize how they got it so they use up al the fortune and that merit dries out and they fall to lower standing. Don’t let hat be you. This world is an illusion- your true home await. Your twin flame is watching over you. So be strong, be confident, be generous, do your best and I promise it will work out. Hang in there. This is a tough world.

    • Posted by The Least Racist Most Intelligent and Sexy Philantropist by the Grace of God, at Reply

      Vee K. Poetic. Don’t let monetary indebtedness determine your dignity.

    • Posted by Vee K., at Reply

      Exactly! Taoist

  15. Posted by sparklyunicorn, at Reply

    I personally would not want to date someone with a lot of debt… this includes student loans, failed business attempts, or credit cards for fun. I am too responsible with my finances, and because I don’t have much money I cannot afford to get dragged down if we got married/deemed as married. I know eventually this would lead to arguments and stress.

    • Posted by sparklyunicorn, at Reply

      Starry2000 no not necessarily. I’m doing a graduate degree and working, but I’ll be done soon. and late 20s, not very old at all. I want to wait for the right person who’s my equal or close. not settle for someone just because everyone’s doing it.

    • Posted by John S, at Reply

      well I think if your love for someone can’t transcend something such as debt or marriage, it’s proboly not gonna work. debt such as medical bills and fines happen to anyone, things like gambling, addiction or spending might be more serious issue.. if you feel marriage is an obligated step in the process any person who falls Into that trap is a sucker, debt or no debt

    • Posted by sparklyunicorn, at Reply

      John S don’t really understand the point of your response, but for me legal marriage it’s not important. it’s more about quality of life. I want to travel and enjoy life. I understand medical debt can happen and I don’t see myself leaving a partner for that reason.

    • Posted by xmrtuvgs, at Reply

      Remember, if you marry into debt, and then get divorced, you will be stuck paying off half that debt. Bet few people realize that…

  16. Posted by imnotmike, at Reply

    Separate bank accounts. The end.

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      imnotmike – Completely.

  17. Posted by Ryan Edwards, at Reply

    I would re-consider it, only if the debt is just because of terrible financing decisions. Student loans, some bills, a company screwing you over, car payments, those I understand. But constantly swiping your credit card for whatever reason? Not being able to save at all? You gotta go.

    • Posted by Shades of Ricoeur, at Reply

      I agree. “Where is the debt from?” is an important question. Also, it would be important to me that the person have a means by which to deal with the debt him/herself (e.g., a job capable of paying it back). This is not to say one should be unwilling to help with the debt, but money, in marriage just as in politics, can skew the balance of power in relationships. So, it is important to be clear with each other as to how the debt is to be managed, and managed in a way that one person Is not sapping the other.

  18. Posted by Bri Wil, at Reply

    Getting married to someone with non-constructive debt and no vision of how to pay it back? Covfefe!

    • Posted by Ash ley, at Reply

      #COVFEFE lol