Women like the ones mentioned in this New York Times article?
Dawn Spinner Davis, 26, a beauty writer, said the downward-trending graphs began to make sense when the man she married on Nov. 1, a 28-year-old private wealth manager, stopped playing golf, once his passion. “One of his best friends told me that my job is now to keep him calm and keep him from dying at the age of 35,” Ms. Davis said. “It’s not what I signed up for.”
Yeah, lady. It’s called marriage. Heard of it?
Dawn and her friends are members of “Dating a Banker Anonymous” or as I like to call it “Dumb Blondes Anonymous.”
In addition to meeting once or twice weekly for brunch or drinks at a bar or restaurant, the group has a blog, billed as “free from the scrutiny of feminists,” that invites women to join “if your monthly Bergdorf’s allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared from your life.”
Just take a moment of silence, ladies and gentlemen. Please. A moment.
Theirs is not the typical 12-step program.
Step 1: Slip into a dress and heels. Step 2: Sip a cocktail and wait your turn to talk. Step 3: Pour your heart out. Repeat as needed.
Here’s an idea, ladies. Stay at home and save that cocktail money for your hubby’s retirement fund.
Just. Read. This. Article.Yourself. Can’t. Quote. Any. More. Feel. Sick.