This something makes me realize that I made the right decision in ending our 2 1/2 year relationship. Part of my reasoning about ending the relationship was his lack of responsibility and lack of drive. I'm not a materialistic person, however I do have certain goals, and having 4 or more toys in the garage instead of saving to own my own home wasn't one of them. I used to live with him, and while I was in school, he paid the rent and utilities. I paid my own bills, and didn't purchase anything frivolous, as I found that would be rude of me. He became unemployed during the time I was living with him and spend over 1K on yet another toy (he already had a sports car, a truck, and a motorcycle.) We got into an argument and he continually threw into my face the fact that it was his money and that I didn't pay any bills as it was. Where I was looking at the big, long term picture, he was always looking at the immediate gratification. Sooooo, to make a long story short, I recently learned he just invested even MORE money into yet another toy to put into a garage that doesn't belong to him, instead of saving towards a house. He's nearly 30 years old, and has nothing but "toys" in his name. I feel bad for him, and happy that I made the right decision.