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"He's very well off. He's got all the quantities I admire."
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'Sorry Andy. I really can't help you. What you need is cash, and lots of it.'
'Yes, you've taken care of all my financial needs but I have emotional needs too!'
'It's the old story of supply and demand. You supply the money, I demand more.'
'I like my chocolate the same way I like my men ...rich!'
'I was given a sign I would marry Gerald. It was a pound sign.'
'An ideal husband fits into the handbag he just gave...'
'I've developed a new game where young women date old guys to get their money. I call it 'Grave Raiders.''
'Can anybody here separate their fingers and if so will you pour?'
'Darling the first time I saw you, it was love at first sight.'
'But enough about me, now let's talk about your money.'
'It was love at first sight - he showed me his bank statements!'
'And thanks for being such a rock.'
'I thought I'd marry Roger, but his stock failed to meet my analyst's expectations.'
'Before you laugh just make a note that I'm a billionaire many times over, have no relatives and been given only two weeks to live...'
'I only promised to marry him because he said he was rich - Then I found out that was just his name!'
'I prefer older men. They have more money...'
'Of course I don't just want you for your money, you DO have money don't you...?'
'Tell me about yourself, your dreams, your plans. Your big house in the country.'
'There may never come a prince to marry me... so what, a credit officer would be great as well!'
'I love your aftershave, what's it called?.' 'Wallet.'
'Isn't that a girlfriend of yours? Yes, three chequebooks ago.'
'Of course Tom is a boring bookworm with thick glasses but I'm thinking in the long term - one day, he'll for sure become a surgeon or a stock millionaire and then, the divorce will make me stinkin' rich!'
'You'll have to open another of those Joint Account things - I've just emptied the old one!'