Pops frequently brought home the latest and greatest toys on the market and we were easy-to-please kids of the blossoming consumer generation.I’ll let one of the infamous DABA girls (Dating A Banker Anonymous.com) sum up the reason why I don’t plan to be dating bankers anytime soon…Facility information initialization process is completed, to reveal how they really felt about themselves, their emotions and their ability to identify training.
It's official: The Times got pranked last month by the girls of "Dating a Banker Anonymous," referred to in a fizzy Times profile last monthas a "support group" dedicated to women whose "monthly Bergdorf's allowance has been halved." Linda Holmes, blogging at National Public Radio, was dubious from the start: "Isn't it totally obvious that this is a put-on?Sure, a spoiled girlfriend who whines that she can no longer dine nightly at Manhattan's finest restauraunts is an obnoxious narrator to guide us through this recession.But don't claim it's the "feminists" who are bringing you down, girlfriend."Dating a Banker Anonymous," a self-help blog for women whose relationships have gone sour with the economic downturn, states in its introduction that it is a "safe place" that is "free from the scrutiny of feminists." Of course, once you've been featured in the —-sad, beautiful group photo and all—-you're no longer free from scrutiny from anybody.And so, as a feminist given to scrutiny, I saw the line as an invitation to net some quick and dirty blog content.