How to Marry A Billionaire

Philippines
July 2, 2007 12:09pm CST
Real Money. As in not a mere millionaire (a dime a dozen these days) but an honest to goodness billionaire - make that 10 figures after the dollar sign. True, its not politically correct to go hunting for a marital meal ticket (or for that matter, to write about it). But just for a moment imagine the life that could be yours if you did. Forget the fabulous baubles, designer clothing, cutting-edge electronics and palatial mansions that your golden goose-uh, spouse - might heap upon you. Consider the more pragmatic bonuses of the good life. No more scrimping and scraping to make you drop to ensure a comfortable retirement. And no more worries about where your children will get into college (or how to pay for it). A seven figure donation from your beloved to the school of your choice and your kids are in the door, even if they're no smarter than grapefruit. Sold? of course you are. But how realistic is it for you, an ordinary wage slave with no more ties to the jet set than a business trip to Cleveland last month, to even meet, much less marry, a billionaire?
1 response
@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
2 Jul 07
Well, chances are very slim. There is a clas system. Similar people socialize with each other. Have you noticed most university graduates marry other university graduates. Most doctors or lawyers also marry doctors or lawyers or people in similar professions. Very rich people socialize with other very rich people. Ever so often there is an exception but there is usually a price attached to it. Look at Anna Nicole Smith. She married a billionaire but he was 89 years old. Sometimes these men are looking for trophy wives, like Donald Trump. But he is on his third marriage already. Anyway, it is nice to think that the Cinderella dream becomes reality for some women.