I Guess This Video Of A Dude Tricking A Girl Into Lying About Her Relationship Status Proves She's A Gold Digger?
The gall of this woman to turn down the advance of a stranger that looked like he dressed himself in the clearance section of the 'Salvation Army' store! How could she lie about her availability just to get out of a super awkward conversation? I would have never guessed that the woman sitting alone outside of a coffee shop in a little black dress at lunchtime would be a little superficial. I was stunned when she approached the guy that asked her out 10 minutes prior now that she knew that he -in fact- wasn't a homeless person. Using someone's obnoxious, inappropriate choice of outfit to make a split second judgement? Refusing to read the book because it's cover is patently absurd? Psssssh, sounds like a gold digger to me. She deserves to shamed all over the internet and be made to look like a glorified prostitute because she doesn't just assume that ever single man that happens to prematurely confront her on the street is deserving of a date. Why wouldn't the guy that's walking around looking like he raided a blind man's closet be the same guy that wears a suit to work and owns a $100,000 dollar car?
You see, it's videos like this that just fan the feminist's flames. Is this chick a lying, gold digging bitch? Maybe, but we will never know because this situation was so obviously manipulated to make her look bad. I don't know if she has a boyfriend or not. I know that if a girl walked up to me wearing that I would say that I have a girlfriend too. Just a little white lie to avoid hurting a person's feelings. Nothing wrong with that. Even if she does have a boyfriend, she's not going to compromise that relationship for a guy that dresses like the kid from 'Big Daddy'. If she wants to do it for the guy rolling around in a car that's worth more than her hypothetical boyfriend's yearly salary then I can't blame her. That's not gold digging. For a girl that's just sitting around doing absolutely nothing in the middle of the day that's just a wise business decision.