Sunday, July 3, 2011

Quote of the Day: That's Not Irony

Meghan Casserly, of something called ForbesWoman, made the following statement in an article about how women won't marry guys who don't have jobs. (According to "Red Eye".)
It is ironic that women place more weight on love than money, yet won't marry if they or their potential suitor is unemployed.
 Ms. Casserly, that's not ironic, that's just wrong. If they placed more weight on love than money then money wouldn't matter.

On "Red Eye" this was followed up with Kayleigh McEnany saying:
I'm all about finding true love and what-not but...if you don't have a job, if you're homeless, I'm probably not going to love you.
So much for "true love". But note: This is about marriage. The implications for non-marriage, non-loving relationships are left as an exercise for the reader.


  1. Money and love are a dangerous combination. Women are crazy. Just so you know.

  2. Yeah, I have a kind of "women are crazy" post coming.


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