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We make comparisons in order to help us make decisions for the same reason we stereotype people: it’s a short cut for our brain when we don’t want to think too hard about something.
Reply I’m sure statistically this is right, but I had a different experience.Her site, MSCheat Sheet.com, is dedicated to non-finance people because finance people are annoying.She has worked in the asset management industry for 13 years and has factual data to back up her claim. But you can still make an educated guess if the guy is working as a lawyer, doctor or startup anything in San Francisco… I was on a first date from an online dating site awhile back where *gasp* I let the girl pay for her own iced coffee, in part because I was annoyed that she was both late and had posted much older pictures.I was only interested in guys who posted a picture, because you honestly have no idea what you’re going to get if they don’t.
I usually took the income category with a grain of salt, assuming people would exaggerate it.
I never used match but on another site you can see if the guy lives alone, has roommates, owns a car or a bike, and keep narrowing your income bracket, unless he just racked up debt for the past 10 years. I got a text message lecture later about how I should have paid because it “makes her feel like a lady.” Give me a break, every time a woman manipulates a guy (particularly one she barely knows) into buying her something in exchange for her time/affection, it sets women’s equality back just a little further.