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The Gold digger, I'm not!

I think I'm a well rounded down to earth girl who loves herself and others. My friends say I'm the most caring person they know. I love giving to charity and helping out others in their time of need. My dating life hasn't been so great and some of the dates I've been on have been train wrecks.

I met a guy at a college football game last year, and he seemed to be a pretty nice guy. We talked the whole game and he asked me out on a date. I said yes, and was really excited about going out with him.

When he came to pick me up, I was ready to go. He opened the door for me and I thought that was really sweet. I just knew this date was going to be great. We decided to take a walk on the beach, and I thought that would be romantic. During the ride to the beach, we made small talk and the date was going as planned.

The date was going so good, then a guy in a car pulled up beside us, I said I liked the rims on the guys car and that's when the date turned bad. The guy started saying how much of a gold digger I was just because I liked the rims on the guys car. He told me that if a guy with rims tried to talk to me, I would be easy. All I tried to do was make a conversation and it turned into me being an easy Goldie.

During our walk on the beach, he kept saying smart remarks about how much of a money hungry person I was, and that he knew I was like that, telling me that he bet if he gave me some money I would strip for him. That's when I said enough is enough, I walked away from him, called a cab, and went home.

G.B., CA

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