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Detect a gold digger

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Are all gold diggers evil?

The end does not justify the means, they say. When one gets into a relationship with someone who has more money than him or her, it is not necessarily evil. Who doesn't want to live comfortably? Gold-digging does, however, become evil when the person's motive is to make his or her own life convenient, by using someone he or she doesn't really care about for money. There are also examples when a guy gets into a relationship with a rich woman, does all he can make the woman fall for him, but then uses her money and resources to get another woman - one he truly is into. This is one situation where a gold digger is especially evil.

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If I am going to base my answer to the definition of the word gold digger and evil, then my answer is yes. One definition of the words gold digger is a greedy person who marries a wealthy person with the intent of acquiring the person's wealth and the definition of the word evil is morally wrong or doing something that is not moral. No matter how bad or noble your cause is, if your intention is to marry a wealthy person just to acquire it's wealth either for your personal gain or for a noble cause like helping your family, the end result is still you are doing a morally wrong action. The term gold digger is also a slang for a greedy person which the word greedy is one of the characteristics of being an evil person.

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