Daba dating banker
The Times reported on their service to downtrodden trophy girlfriends everywhere (or at least those in the West Village), and we even defended them ourselves.But it turns out there’s not much to suggested that the Times got Punk’d, claiming the site was all part of a ploy for a book deal.these are just a few of the unfortunate consequences, these women report.For Christine Cameron, the recession became real when the financial analyst she had been dating for about a year would get drunk and disappear while they were out together, then accuse her the next day of being the one who had absconded.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.
Not knowing what else to do, we did what frustrated but articulate girls have done since the beginning of time - we started a blog.
If so, we are here to support you through these difficult times.
Dating A Banker Anonymous (DABA) is a safe place where women can come together - free from the scrutiny of feminists- and share their tearful tales of how the mortgage meltdown has affected their relationships.
If you think bankers have got it tough on Wall Street as the economy crashes around them then spare a thought for their poor little rich girl WAGs.
Supporting their greedy husbands in boom time came easy with a platinum credit card and a house in the Hamptons but the privileged princesses have found the pressures of tightening the purse strings, and the strains it puts on their relationship, so hard they've set up Dating a Banker Anonymous.