Now I'm not saying I want a Paris Hilton but I would prefer my wife at least be from a upper middle class background.There are pros and cons to marrying chicks from humble backgrounds but the cons outweigh the pros for me. So when a handsome man I met at a party invited me to dinner, I didn't hesitate.'Pick you up at seven, gorgeous,' he said in a voice that was half East End slang, half Prince Charles plummy vowels. I wondered, - clickety-clackety in a pair of sparkly Gina mules bought specially for the occasion - Nobu or maybe a spot of dinner at Babington House.He even said that he would marry a waitress; I told him I wouldn't and he looked at me as if I was crazy.I want to marry a woman who is independent and who would be more of an asset than liability.Trust me I have seen first hand, and it breaks families.I had a conversation with a friend last week about this subject and he told me I was too picky.
Streib's findings on how class differences can actually bring couples closer — instead of driving them apart, as sociologists have traditionally maintained — are striking: Often, [people] who grew up in blue-collar families grew up in class conditions that were really unstable, and what we know about growing up in those conditions is sometimes people internalize a feeling that the world is an unstable place, that bad things could happen at any moment.
Of course, most of them are old and want to find young guys for romance and relationship. She is out there looking for you, so what should you do? If you go to single clubs or bars, then you are on the wrong track. The internet dating sites are the place you can meet a rich lady.
There are many men who want to find a rich girlfriend. On this modern century, people use the Internet to buys things and look for things.
So they met these [people] who didn’t think bad things could happen at any moment, who in fact thought that was quite unlikely, and that sense of stability, that the world was all right, was really alluring to them...
People from more privileged class backgrounds would say,'My partner just has this family that’s so expressive emotionally and so intimate, and they hang out with each other in a way that’s kind of unimaginable in my family, and they’re just so close.'Streib observed that individuals from white-collar backgrounds tend to display a more "managerial" relationship style than their blue-collar spouses, spending more time processing their thoughts and planning how to phrase them before sharing them with their partners; blue-collar spouses are more likely to express unfiltered opinions.