According to this woman, elocution lessons, a new wardrobe and a lot of study. The better question is, what's in it for the dude?
Let's celebrate the blessed end of 2010 by visiting BallerAlert.com, an online groupie site "where jersey-chasing women often huddle to swap advice and scandalous dating stories."
It's depressing that "I got a sugar-daddy" is becoming a new subgengre of young-woman memoir. And pursuing it under the guise of a a social experiment doesn't make it much better.
There's trouble in DABA-land. A trusted tipster says (and the company confirms) that one of the New York Times' infamous, blogging bankerdaters has been fired and another is suffering relationship fallout.
Did the DABA girls, those banker-loving women so devastated by the recession, pull a fast one on the New York Times? And, if so, do we dislike them more or less?
At meetings of "Dating a Banker Anonymous," frustrated finance paramours can discuss recession era troubles — like canceled vacations and slashed Bergdorf budgets —"free from the scrutiny of feminists." Ha! Not anymore!
On last night's episode the Housewives rallied around Gretchen, whose fiancé was dying in the hospital, to tell her that she needs to cover her ass and be made a beneficiary on his life insurance.
The Real Housewives of Orange County returned with a new season last week with a new cast member, Gretchen, a very pretty blonde in her early 30s engaged to a wealthy, much older man with a terminal illness and a penchant for buying her diamonds. Of course, it makes her look like a gold digger, which doesn't escape…