Re: Should I buy a Rolex
pull out the big guns for a big fight.
my opinion--leave the expensive jewelry on the occasion that you've built some trust with the girl and you're finally taking her out to a place to eat on your dime--so maybe the 4th or 5th date where you both are seemingly more like seeing each other in a relationship kind of scenario. reason why i bring this up for this part of a timeline is because i know many people who are wealthy--and people who are wealthy and smart don't flaunt it to everyone right away because they know better--and they know what it's like to be sought after for your money. what most of them do from what i've seen in screen the people they meet--if they pass the first few rounds of being an acquaintance they'll slowly show them some of the luxuries that define them slightly different than the average person on the street. once you've reached friend or relationship status--that usually when most of the big defensive walls come down and a car, house, jewelry and so on become more visible to those friends and relationships. this keeps people on their toes and it makes them feel much more apart of something that is a little more hidden. so with a girl you're seeing if she thinks she knows you--and acts a certain way.. when you throw this at her--you might be able to see her true colors...
Every moment counts, get out of your head and enjoy it.