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On the whole, I don’t think being broke or unemployed means that you can’t date recommend you make finding a relationship a secondary or tertiary issue at best – you would probably feel better if you didn’t have the “Unemployed” label hanging over your head like the Sword of Damocles, and being saving up your money should be a much higher priority – but I don’t see a problem with it per se, especially if you’re just looking to date casually.Now, in absolute fairness, it be people who won’t want to date you because you’re unemployed and/or broke. Some of them will worry that you’re just going to sponge off them like a bad cliche deadbeat boyfriend. There are plenty of dates you can go on that require little outlay of cash – art shows and gallery openings, walking in the park, lectures, even trips to the dollar theater or matinee showings of movies.I’m not going to sit here and pretend like we all don’t want that ride or die mate.But perhaps, if you are running into women who aren’t interested in dating you due to your financial status, maybe you should work on becoming a bit more stable in that department.If you live in a college town, or a city with a large student population, there will be any number of events, festivals and rallies that you can go to for cheap-to-free.
In extreme cases I have lived off Christmas cake for a few days, but things aren’t so bad right now. Common sense is screaming to me that I should secure employment before seeking any kind of relationship or risk nothing more than curt rejection, but between not knowing when that could be and finding myself thinking about being in a relationship more and more, I am wondering if dating women on an extreme budget is possible. But if it is possible, albeit improbable, I want to give it a go.
By which I mean anything more expensive than fast food, which I’m not about to subject a woman to on a date.
When I’m by myself I can keep entertained by replaying old video games, reading classical literature from the library (The Divine Comedy feels sadly familiar), or rewatching Initial D, but I don’t really have ideas for cheap/free dates that won’t get me laughed at or fled from.
My friend is one of many men I’ve encountered who thinks a woman won’t date them because they’re not rich.
In their minds, not being wealthy means they’re “broke,” which just isn’t the case.