Trust fund baby dating site

26 Feb

The phrase has become a catch-all for the millennial men and women hanging out in the trendiest coffee shops all day, enjoying cold brews in the trendiest parts of Brooklyn (or L. or wherever), while the rest of the world is slogging away at work.

But most of us trust-funders don’t relate to those stereotypes.

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He wears a ceramic watch that might not look pricey, but cost about ,000. What you wouldn’t know from meeting him is that he’s only able to afford these things because of his dad.

Brett’s father came from a very poor family in the Midwest. As soon as he finished high school, he started working at a grocery store to help his parents out.

When I blew out the clutch on my toy, I traded it in for a luxury SUV and started driving a little more like a grown-up. I don’t have to work for it, nor can anyone take it away from me if I behave badly.

I did nothing to earn it, unless you count growing up without a dad—it stemmed from a wrongful death lawsuit.

Then I got into a relationship with a man who has a trust fund. My significant other (let’s call him Brett) is in his early 30s.

One of the great joys of living in NYC is live-tweeting conversations you overhear from bars is fun.

Twitter person @Carrie Mantha did just that last night, overhearing a trust-fund brat’s Tinder date from a bar.

He turned out to be really good at figuring out how to make the store operate more efficiently, and he kept getting promoted and promoted.

Eventually he was able to create his own small chain of stores, which was bought by a much bigger company, where he became a top executive.