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    Quote Originally Posted by zhangyb View Post
    lol cos recently horses can't race... so camels replacing them....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy888 View Post
    Found a short news article of this in the Straits Times today but article was just a summary. But managed to find the full version of it which was already remove from craigh list by the gold digger woman after being "lecture" by a prospective banker.

    It's darn interesting, funny and rather realistic. How would this apply our own 5Cs ladies locally I wonder heeeeee

    If there is a problem with sharing this here...sorry..please remove it. Cheers...
    I agree looks will fade.

    What the banker has missed out is the likelihood that his kids would be as good looking (and intelligent) as well (unless she has gone through cosmetic surgery).

    It may not entirely be a bad deal afterall.

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    Last edited by raincool2005; 15th October 2007 at 05:58 PM.

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    women... can live with them, can't live without them.

    can't really find a good girl these days. most of them out there are out to bleed men till they dry up. if i can't find one... so be it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohgui View Post
    women... can live with them, can't live without them.

    can't really find a good girl these days. most of them out there are out to bleed men till they dry up. if i can't find one... so be it
    Or the good girls all go for the bad boys... Leaving the nice guys single and going extinct.

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    it's not that hard to find good girls lah
    but good girls bore the hell outta me....sometimes.

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    Burn burn burn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattlock View Post
    it's not that hard to find good girls lah
    but good girls bore the hell outta me....sometimes.
    Sure it's not hard for you.

    But hard for everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Or the good girls all go for the bad boys... Leaving the nice guys single and going extinct.
    Good girls are like good camels that let you ride it through a hot and dry desert without a struggle.
    Last edited by Sion; 14th October 2007 at 10:00 PM.

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    everybody has the right to seek happiness his/her own way la.

    likewise, everybody is also responsible for the consequences for the path one chooses to follow.

    keep the bloody pompous sanctimonious remarks to yourselves la

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    I love the businessman's argument and mentality. Goes to show that rich people are rich because they are smart.

    For the lady, she just doesn't realise there's not shortcut to riches.

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    they said the size of a female's brain is as small as a squirrel.

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    smart move, when divorce happens, she gets a share of the property and some compensation.

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    This thread kind of turning into against female, generalize without bearing a thought, like some singaporean man can't find gf and have hatred over female. Can't really find good girl these days, same with man, or i say human. "Bad" people have their reason to be bad, and there aren't something as bad or good to start with, we seek for different things,and use many different ways to attain it.

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    I think if she were to even ask this in SG, even its for SGD 100,000 a year, the first reaction would be NPNT!!

    But then again, respect to the banker. He gave the ownage answer ever.
    A camera cannot teach you how to see.

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    this type of marriage is like a business deal.

    the day that banker goes 'banker no more', so goes the honey too..
    Last edited by raincool2005; 15th October 2007 at 05:10 PM.

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    Yup... just follow the rule of many (but not all) SG girls... "No money no honey!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion View Post
    Where got an angel like that in this day and age?

    There may be a few wild women with such simple outlook deep in the rain forest in Borneo. When you go and catch, make sure youn don't catch a female orang utan.
    Think there are women with heart of angels out there...just that, most of them don't look like angels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raincool2005 View Post
    this type of marriage is like a business deal.

    the day that banker goes 'banker no more', so goes the honey too..
    That's why for women who only for rich guys, as what the banker suggest -- the lease option works best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy888 View Post
    Found a short news article of this in the Straits Times today but article was just a summary. But managed to find the full version of it which was already remove from craigh list by the gold digger woman after being "lecture" by a prospective banker.

    It's darn interesting, funny and rather realistic. How would this apply our own 5Cs ladies locally I wonder heeeeee

    If there is a problem with sharing this here...sorry..please remove it. Cheers...

    This was her reply

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    Dear Sir,

    I must confess that I was somewhat taken aback upon reading your email. Indeed, it has taken some time for me to sufficiently recuperate from my surprise. Lest your confidence quickly inflate for little reason (as we know is the predisposition for Wall St. types), allow me to hasten to reassure you that the source of my surprise was neither your candor nor the accuracy of your perception. Indeed, it is your "claimed" success in light of your poor grasp of economics which has me baffled. If the standards required to meet with financial success on Wall St. have sunk so low, perhaps I should indeed "make my own money", except for the fact that the effort/reward ratio is far too high for my liking - especially when so many of your ilk have displayed a far more cogent grasp of market realities than you have.

    By now you are likely scratching your ever-vanishing hairline in confusion, so allow me to elaborate, dear man. To build some credibility I will tell you a bit more about yourself. Though you did not mention the details of your occupation, it is clear that you are an investment banker and not a trader, as any good trader would understand that human courtships are based upon a semi-efficient open market, and not an investment banking cartel. However, your inability to grasp the realities of the dating market is not surprising, given that you have successfully employed the tools of collusion and market manipulation rather that true acumen in your supposed wealth generation.

    If your grasp of finance were not a minority partner with your ego, you would realize that the "outflows" associated with my depreciating "assets" are quite certain, and therefore subject to a low discount rate when determining their present value. In addition, though your concept of economics evidentially failed to move past the 1950s, advancement in plastic surgery is not subject to the same limitation. Thus, with some additional capital expenditure, the overall lifetime of "outflows" generated by these assets is greatly increased. Sad that Ashton Kutcher has demonstrated understanding of the female asset class which you, in all of your financial "wisdom", have not.

    You, on the other hand, are, given the uncertainty of the Wall St. job market, more of an inflation-indexed junk bond with an underwater nested call option. Though you may argue that you are more of an equity investment, my monetary minimums required from you do not change, and if you are unable to pay them, I will liquidate you without the benefit of a chapter 11, just as you would me.

    Because your outflows are so much more uncertain with respect to mine, I require additional compensation in the form of a underwater nested call option on your future assets. I say underwater because, even taking into account the value of your junk bond coupon payment to me, the value of my "outflow" is in excess of the market price of your equity (which is quite low due to its riskiness associated with your poor grasp of finance and my existing claim upon your junk bond coupon).

    I must thank you though for raising the question, despite the reputation cost of subjecting your weak logic to such widespread scrutiny. This took either considerable courage or ignorance on your part- and we'll give you the benefit of doubt, just this once. My current boyfriend (a trader who lives in Central Park West, of course) and I thoroughly enjoyed discussing your response and we wish you the best of luck in your unhappy pursuit of that elusive market inefficiency.




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