ANSWERS: 100
  • i think love is money and money is love ..i realy dont think there is much of a diffrence.lol
  • Money. Love hurts you, money doesn't
  • Love is better.
  • what about a lover with money? well "Love is the answer and you know that, for sure"
  • Love is better in general, but I don't cope well with love, I get a guilt complex and turn all angsty, so I personaly would take money, I do cope well with money.
  • As the Beatles said, "Can't buy me love." Love is better, whether you have money or are poor.
  • The sad truth is if you have no money you won't find love
  • When it comes down to it money
  • You can't buy love but with money you can rent it for a little while.
  • Love is far better!! Family keeps you warm and happy inside and out. Money leaves you hollow inside after you spend it. Money is easier to waste and loose. Money promotes selfishness and greed Love does not.
  • Love...outrightly. Reasons...many 1. You can't earn it...unlike money 2. You could have shit-loads of it but still want/yearn for more, not sure if Bill Gates complains everyday of wanting to earn a few hundred K more. 3. No matter how much $$$ you may have, you really cannot carry it with you six-feet under or on your funeral pyre. Love, on the other hands, stays all the time...in the remembrances your loved ones have of you. 4. Cannot be stolen. 5. Does not determine social stature. 6. Much more powerful possession than money.
  • Love (but only if he/she is super rich)
  • i'd have to think love
  • me and my wife only married because together we are getting ALOT of money...she is fully aware and she knows that i don't want kids! so yeah...obviously i think money is better! i would much rather have money than love!
  • Love, if u look at the world u see that love can make u happy in a way that money cannot. Some of the poorest people in the world are the happiest in the world because they have family/friends who love them. There are a bunch of rich old guys in the world who missed out on love because they were too busy trying to get more and more money, so they are alone and unhappy. who would u rather be a poor guy with hope love and a good family. or the rich old guy waiting to die alone with noone to share his last moments with?
  • Love, besides money can't buy happiness. Money is immaterial.
  • Love is so hard to find...and when it does make it's appearence, the odds of it breaking you into melancholy are too great. Better to have loved and loss than to never have loved at all?--no. They say money corrupts -- but I say we are already corrupted and money's just a remedy to our ignorant state of mind.
  • Having had brief encounters with each, if I HAD to choose.....love. And that is my final answer.
  • Love of money :)
  • I would have to say love, you cannot put a price tag on that. But it would help if he was rich too, but we cannot have it all. :)
  • Definitely love. Walking around in a million dollar mansion alone or with people you feel mediocre about is only fun for a while, and then it wears off really quick. You could have all the money in the world and if you don't have someone you love to share it with, then what's the point?
  • love because what would be the point in having money if you were unhappy and had noone to share it with. also money isnt the answer to everything.
  • You can love money, but you can't buy love, so love is better.
  • Even though we aint got money,i'm so in LOVE with you honey !
  • I hope to have love in my life, because it's always been part of my lifelong dream. However I'd also want enough money to live comfortably. I'm not looking for crap overkill. I mean, I don't need (or even want) a 1K$ watch or a 100K$ car! Simple pleasures are best, and that's all any of us should aim to have really. Besides, those expensive things only end up complicating what is otherwise very easy! To have true love in our life is probably the most basic want for all of us. And since more than half of all marriages fail, it's a safe guess that money has something to do with the failture of couples to work out their finances, without restraint, jointly shared and managed in trust. For us to be truly wealthy, we must stop loving things and start loving people. Does cash help negotiate us a better life? Would you risk losing love and life to have money? At what expense? What would be worth it all in the end? How would you change the world, or would you take it with you? To read an excellent essay on CalicoCat.com titled "Is Money The Root Of All Evil," click here: http://www.calicocat.com/2004/05/is-money-root-of-all-evil.html
  • Love .. I have had both and money dont make you half as happy as real love does. It has to be real love though !
  • Love, but the love of money is a problem.
  • love is better because money you can get it anytime but love you can only have a few times. love has to involve with the person you have feelings for and that person may have alot of money and you find yourself in love
  • Everyone says LOVE , but if you look at all the very RICH people in the world who are Nasty to look at as well as having horrid personalities. They all have beautiful partners , it may not be real love they buy but it is something that seems to make them satisfied.
  • love is better. money won't buy you love.
  • It's more fun to think about dying for lack of love than lack of money.... makes a better story too... Seriously tho: Money is a very handy tool, the desire for the acquisition of which is the basis of the control of the foolish masses. Both love and money are intangibles, however to seek love can always free one as well as bind, but to seek/desire money will only ever tie the aspirant down to a particular world-view. Love is variable, everchanging, inspiring, creative. Money (excess there-of) can stultify, causes laziness,... and the gratification which results can often become monotonous... One must possess love of what the money can buy (at the most basic level) in order to appreciate. When love dies, pleasure ends & one (hopefully) can find more love, but it is possible to possess infinite money & still find no joy in it.... The fires of love are self-renewing but if you have money to burn often a pile of ash is all that's left...
  • Wow. Honestly I never thought about this question. because imho there is no question here. If you think money is better than love, that you have some seriouse learning to do. Love. Absolutley love.
  • I like money, but love is always better!
  • love definately. but, no money can put a lot of stress on a relasionship. i would much rather be in love than in money.
  • Love, of course.
  • I say love! I don't care if I'm the pooriest girl on the block as long as I have my love that's all that matters to me. Money is fun for awhile but after a few hours or days it's all gone and your bummed out again! Money comes and goes but love CAN last forever if you let it.
  • MONEY! Money creates the future. In any relationship you can't feed and dress up in love; you need money to satisfy your needs. Furthermore, money is synonymous to love. You can compare it to smoke and fire.
  • I have to say to be 100% honest, if you have a lot of money you can get a lot of people to love you. Perhaps their love will be more shallow but its still love.
  • WOW, I can think of two ways to answer this. First: Money. Love doesn't pay the bills. Love doesn't put food on the table. And love can leave you broken and lonely. Plus there are always people out there wanting to fall in love with someone who is rich (or should I say have someone who is rich fall in love with them). Second: Love. Money pays the bills but it is a lonely existence. And who wants bought love? That is fake and only lasts a short while. It may give you some comfort, at best, but is not real or permanent. Love,though, will keep you strong when you feel like quitting. Will be there for you in times of trouble. Will offer a word of comfort and a shoulder to cry on when you are down. And will always be there for you at the end of a long day. So what is my final answer? Neither one and both of them. Love and Money are only good when you have someone to share it with.
  • Love is temporary. Real money is forever.
  • Love is definately better.It is more fulfilling.
  • love is great but love doesnt keep the bills paid it doesnt feed you and it sure as hell doesnt put a roof over your head but dont get me wrong i love love just as much as the next idiot
  • Love can bring you happiness that can never be fully expresed, but it can also cause more pain then you would ever want. Money can bring tempoary happiness, but there's always the worry you'll lose it. So I say love.
  • What about the love of money?
  • MONEY, MONEY, MONEY!
  • Can I have both???? Lol, I would have to say love. You could me poor, but so in love that your happy. If you're rich, you can still be lonely!
  • Money is insignificant when compared to love.
  • Love,...but I LOVE money
  • IS THIS A TRICK QUESTION?!
  • Love heals. Money pays the Doctor I'm in debt with my doctor.
  • Both can break your heart and/or disappoint you. Which one do you think would hurt you more if you lost it?
  • I believe love is better.What happens when the money is gone?
  • its funny you asked this, i did my sociology term paper on this in college. can you live off of love?does love pay the rent? does love provide for your family? money....can't buy true love but, it can make finding it so much easier.
  • Love if you have money, Money if you have love.
  • Money. Nothing fades love quite like the day to day grind of trying to make ends meet!
  • NO CONTEST! .... LOVE RULES! .... without money you can have love .... without love money is worthless.
  • basically love, coz love can't be disappear that fast as what you can do with money, money gives you a temporary happines but love can give you an eternal happiness.
  • Real love, when you can find it.
  • Ofcourse Love is better than any-other.
  • I think that understanding youself is better then either of them because love AND money never stays.
  • "Love or money which is better?" ... LOVE! ABOUT MONEY ... "For the love of money is a root of all sorts of evil ..." - 1 Timothy 6:10 "For men will be lovers of self, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, ..." - 2 Timothy 3:2 "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." - Mark 10:25 "No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth." - Matthew 6:24 ABOUT LOVE ... "But love your enemies, and do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return ..." - Luke 6:35 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son ..." - John 3:16 "Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant, does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered, does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails; ..." - 1 Cor 13:4-8 "But now faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love." - 1 Cor 13:13 Therefore, LOVE is far better of a pursuit than money. Jesus said to "... store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves do not break in or steal; ..." - Matthew 6:20 ... you cannot take ANY of your money with you when you die ... and the pleasures that money provides are temporary. LOVING God by LOVING others is one way to "... store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, ..." ... not to say that it is a selfish pursuit ... but that your FIRST priority is God ... and you USE your money to honor/worship Him ... NOT to honor/worship money. Thank you.
  • Ive tried the love...ill take the money
  • Experiencing true love is better than having money, but money can't hurt.
  • Love.....it cost NO money. Money only make misery bearable!
  • thats hard, i say neither. happiness is important. as long as youre happy that should be enough
  • Honestly Love...Money could never make you feel the way love does...No matter what amount...But i guess it truly depends on who you love too.
  • money, will not die on you, if you are carefull but people can just stop loving you. So the answer is MONEY
  • money, will not die on you, if you are carefull but people can just stop loving you. So the answer is MONEY
  • It depends on the kind of person, but for many people none of them are important...
  • I have plenty of love and am quite happy. However if you would like to give me lots of money I don't mind running an experiment for you!
  • What do you mean by better? Love is great once you have money to support the love. I'm sorry, but I don't live in la-la land. You need money to survive, but you don't need love to survive. Also, if you don't have anything, money is better. There is an economist who did a study and his final conclusion was this: Love is a luxury that you seek after all of your other basic needs, such as food, shelter, warmth, bathroom business, etc. are all met. So, what do we need to have these basic needs? Yes, money.
  • I have love, I would like some money now. Or if you mean which is better, more important etc., I would say love...it's priceless.
  • Love, definitely. I don't value money too much and it could never bring me the true happiness that love could. (Not the real pain either though.)
  • Love. Money can make love more fun, but love all the way.
  • Love is priceless, love is what's real
  • I don't know I'm sure if I had a lot of money I could get a lot of people to love me. I'm just kidding I know it would be hallow. I'd prefer love of course.
  • Love: If I can find it!
  • Love...but too bad most people treat you like trash when you don't have any cash or can't pay for something...
  • money is easy to make but Love is hard to find!
  • Both love and money can make you regret. I believe love is far better, you arnet a lonley old soul sitting in your house at 90 with millions of dollars in your back account and no-one to share it with, and you aint gonna die alone.
  • Love, by far
  • money because fta dat u get love
  • Love, if that person loves you even if you don't have money. Money, when you want everyone to love you for that.
  • Money.
  • Love is lasting, where as money in not. My answer is Love.
  • Love - your much happier with love than money - coz money can get your dreams but one you can never buy ever is love - well if prostitutes dont count - then you cant buy love - and also when you spend all your money you won't get that amount back within a second it takes forever to get it back - so LOVE
  • Love is always the winner in that catagory. You can have all the money in the world, but without Love you really have nothing. And once you're gone it's not the money that we miss, it's you. I always told Jay "You're tired/sick stay home. They don't need you that bad. And the money will take care of itself. We need you home and safe more." Guess which one we cry over.
  • Depends on what you don't have enough of.
  • Love is better... Makes you feel good and look ypur best. Money helps too.
  • Love, but since I'll never get that, I'll take the money.
  • money not everyone can have a lot of it. It makes the world go around.
  • love because it buys everything...money cant buy everything and love feels WAY better to have!
  • With money I can buy something that passes. Which is probably just as good as what anyone else has.
  • "...Can't buy me love!"
  • I would rather make love than make money!
  • Whichever one I don't have at the time.
  • If i'm being practical, i would have to say money. Love can't get you money, unless the other guy is rich, but no-ones that lucky, but, money can get you, not love, but admiration... respect, which you could argue are shadows of love.

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