Monday, February 15, 2010

Any publicity is...

Let me begin by saying that I attempted to find the perfect image for this post... I failed. My image search yielded results that just weren't fitting. Sigh.

The local newspapers often have articles describing a new business that has opened in the area. It's a great thing for the local proprietor as it gives them a bit of free publicity. And, you know the saying, any publicity is good publicity. Or is it?

This week's paper features an article regarding a woman who has opened a new sexology and partner's therapy clinic. The article includes a photo. Some may choose to visit the new clinic based solely on the proprietor's looks, which would make sense, as she's an attractive woman.

But, if you go on to read the text that goes with the photo, well... I'll let you decide. Here is a bit of what was written (translated from danish):

[Owner's Name], 33, who is divorced, is the mother of 6 children.

This is definitely the person I'd turn to for relationship advice! Umm, not.


  1. Where IS that photo?

    As for the divorced mum of six.. well, she might be qualified as she's been through it all?

    Then again, maybe not... ;-)

  2. Maybe she should open a fertility clinic instead. :p

  3. I agree with May-Lin... or a "what not to wear" show if you are trying NOT to attract men which might result in another child...

  4. But you might go to her for sex advice since she's clearly had some.

  5. I thought I was bad at 32 with FOUR kids. :)

  6. I know the woman personally actually.

  7. Or should that be:

    Actually, I know the woman personally.

    And lol, Tara, you done GOOD!!!

  8. And regarding the woman in question or up for judging, you can bet your bottom dollar she's heard the one about her divorce and her looks before.

    Some people just get more cracks at the whip, is all.

  9. Well, Is it wrong to be divorced, have six kids and try to make a living and oh being good looking. Being divorced perhaps teaches people a thing or two about how they could have made it work and where things went wrong. Would we be less judgemental if she was a barren, unattractive, unhappily married woman with a saggy rack? Just saying :)


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