ANSWERS: 29
  • no way dude!
  • No, you are only less of a man if you don't have a penis right now.
  • No, but that may make you less appealing to some of the fairer sex.
  • No !! Success has nothing to do with the size of your wallet, but the nature of your character.
  • No, it would not make you less of a man.
  • You are less of a man if you let this fact get you down, and make you think of yourself as less of a man!
  • No. Money doesn't make the man.
  • MOney means nothing in the gauge of a man. Integrity, how you treat others, How well you stand up for what you believe, How hard you are willing to work, these things matter much more.
  • No but wallowing in self pity might make you whimpy.
  • Let's be honest, in the eyes of many people yes, you are less of a man if you don't have much money. People clearly judge the value of the person by the career, the house, the car, the etnicity and so on. On the other side the way you feel inside is what you show outside, so be confident, believe in yourself and check out the photo ;-)
  • Money does not define your worth as a person.
  • NO. everyone struggles at some point in their lives.
  • Only if you physically shrank because of it. Ethics, integrity and confidance make a man a man (or woman a woman). That, and to be a man (physically), you need the correct "plumbing".
  • If you know how to handle yourself when you're in a tough money spot: no, not at all.
  • No of course not. Being a man is never measured by the size of his wallet or contents there in but by the way he handles situations that present themselves to him.
  • No, it dosen't matter if your a millionare or minimum wager, what makes all the difference is how you handle what you have. Women want a man who works honestly, saves responsibly and spends sensibly. A man who understands that life will provide times for them both.
  • Not at all. I would consider you less of a man if you didn't do anything to change that.
  • You are no less a man as long as you retain manly traits and not childish ones. I'm in love with a poor guy right now. I won't marry him until he is self sufficient, supporting himself, is out of debt entirely and is actively saving up for our wedding. Since he's working hard in school I'm going to wait for him. If you are proud of yourself as a man and are accomplished, educated or have other redeeming features then others will recognize these about you, too. Find ways to dress like a million bucks without paying for it (salvation army, thrift stores) employers will also take you seriously if you look good. Take pride in yourself! You can find inexpensive ways to have a nice time with a date but you may have a hard time winning serious commitment from her (depending on the person.) I highly recommend getting your career settled before you have kids or get married. A woman often seeks stability in her life - for a home, kids and daily expenses, if not only for reassurance and peace of mind. If you can't offer that, she may pass you over and your other good traits. Money sometimes represents hard work in life; this is not always the case since some people work hard at unlucrative jobs or may have lost their $ due to a catastrophe. In that case seek out compassionate friends/loves in your life and don't expect to compete with the Joneses. Stay away from material girls! On the other side of the coin some people inherit $ from relatives, got lucky in stocks or the lottery or made easy $ by dishonest means. You can feel pride in yourself for earning your own $. You will know what it means to earn a buck.
  • Why do people in this world consider money to be everything?? When you look in the mirror do you see money or an honest kind man staring back at you?? if the answer to that question is 'What kind man?' then you really are a nobody! However since you have posted a question like the one above i sincerely doubt that all you see is money and you know extremely well who that kind considerate man is!
  • You are less of a man if you let your lack of money become an excuse for living life poorly, without integrity and without effort. Otherwise, no. Money does not make the man.
  • i am not a material girl - i dont measure men by how much money they have - i look to see if they are happy - i like to surround myself with happy people
  • No. Some of the richest people in history were known not for their personal wealth, but for their service to those without.
  • as long as you have your penis you are the same amount of man you've always been.
  • Absolutely not...I will say though im one who will not date aman if he doesnt work or can hold a job...and he has to be able to support himself...cuz if he cant supprot himself, how can you expect to have a successful life.
  • No of course not its the man inside not the cash dued.
  • Of course not. Money doesn't make a man.
  • no...your at an advantage actually...you're not going to attrack the type of girl that only wants you for your money...i know that type...it sux!!
  • NO....money doesn't make the man.
  • No way. Who isn't broke nowadays anyways, I know I am...

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