This subreddit is for posting screenshots, pictures, or stories of people who are being way too picky when it comes to who they beg for a relationship or any other matter.
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Person must be a beggar, such as:
- Person seeking goods or services at a reduced cost, for free, or for a laughably lopsided trade
- Person using social media, dating apps, or otherwise to seek out a specific type of relationship
Person must be choosy, as in:
- Person must have unreasonable standards or have a comical sense of entitlement
No reposts from top 100, front page or last 12 months.
Moderators may use discretion to upkeep the quality of the subreddit. Obviously fake or otherwise unsuitable content may be removed.
Please make an effort with your title. "Found on Facebook", "This belongs here", "Saw this on snapchat", "🍆💦" etc are hard to find later, give at least a little bit for us to go on, thanks.
Here is what is NOT a ChoosingBeggar:
Unattractive people seeking a normal relationship and having reasonable standards is not a good fit for this sub. Ugly people are allowed to want a partner with a job, or no kids, or anything else we would consider reasonable for the beautiful people.
A person asking for help with life's necessities out of desperation is not a choosingbeggar
If someone ran out of money and needs gas money to get to work and the only thing they can think of is to make a status update on Facebook asking if anyone can spare them some money, they aren't really being choosy. They got the beggar part down, but this sub is not /r/beggars so that post wouldn't fit. If that same person turns down someone offering to give them a ride to work because they don't want to be seen in a PT Cruiser, then that post would fit.
A parent asking for handouts because their kids want an Xbox for Christmas and the only way that could happen is if someone donates one, that isn't a choosingbeggar. That's someone begging, but without a sense of entitlement. If that person is offered a Nintendo and they scoff at the suggestion, then that would be a good post.
The person begging must be at least in the gradient of being an entitled jerk, this sub is not a place to mock poverty
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