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    Men's ego drives final decision?

    Well, this may be a sexist thought, but don't you think that most men would be too "proud" to pick the money over the woman?

    This is not to say that men are more noble than women, just that men's egos sometimes drive stupid decisions.

    I think that either Chad or Wade would pick Erin over the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickiRick
    Well, this may be a sexist thought, but don't you think that most men would be too "proud" to pick the money over the woman?

    This is not to say that men are more noble than women, just that men's egos sometimes drive stupid decisions.

    I think that either Chad or Wade would pick Erin over the money.
    Men often prize the physical assets of their partner more than their financial assets. Women often look for someone who can be a good provider and can offer security.

    I guess you might say that (some) men look for sex objects, whereas (some) women look for success objects.

    As such, I think it's entirely possible that the guy might choose the girl over the money.

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    hummmm, very interesting perspective. I hope that you are right!

    Vic took the $10k though. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneheadlight
    hummmm, very interesting perspective. I hope that you are right!

    Vic took the $10k though. . .
    Yeah after found out she was passionatly kissing Chad.

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