For Women Who Want The Ballerific Life!
What is the true meaning of this phrase? Let's first dissect what the term "tricking" really means. Tricking or Tricks is commonly used to describe men who pay for sex. You'll hear this word often used in the prostitution profession. When not used when speaking about prostitution, the term still carries a very similar meaning. If a man spends a large amount of money on a woman in hopes to get sex or good company in return, he is a trick or is tricking. Now let's bring it into current times. Somewhere a man with money or a woman with an agenda has convinced the world that "It ain't trickin' if you got it". Let us dissect what that phrase means shall we?
"It Ain/t Tricking If You Got It" could mean a few things, but my perception of it is this: If you have the money to spend, who cares what you spend it on. This is basically saying, it's only tricking if you have to spend money you honestly need for other things, in order to buy your way into a woman's heart (or panties).
Personally I feel it's tricking no matter if you got it, had it, will have it or need it. Tricking is Tricking. Anytime you have to use any amount of money to get a woman to become attracted to you it is tricking. Let us not confuse this with buying a woman you care about gifts, picking up the tab at a restaurant or just doing nice things for her because you care. If the feeling is mutual, by any means, do for her as much as your heart desires. Tricking is only a factor when you feel that your money can buy that person emotionally or physically. If you "don't got it" then of course that makes it worse. There should be no reason to spend your rent money to maintain a facade in order to gain a woman's interest. If you "do got it" you're still tricking. There are a lot of fish in the sea, go catch one!
What are your thoughts on tricking? Is it a necessity or just dumb?