Dating a banker anonymous
DABA Girls was started by two best friends whose relationships tanked with the economy.Not knowing what else to do, we did what frustrated but articulate girls have done since the beginning of time - we started a blog.Now, many Wall Street wives, girlfriends and, increasingly, exes, are living the curse of cutbacks in nanny hours and reservations at Masa or Megu. A crazy dating story is always entertaining, but here at Clusterstock we abide by the mantra that the best stories of ridiculous love come from dating bankers.
Wall Street WAGs console themselves at the Dating a Banker Anonymous meetings and accompanying website (posed by model) The blog invites women to join 'if your monthly Bergdorf’s allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared from your life'.
29." In the article, the women said all kinds of delightfully outrageous stuff. 28 about women who commiserated over dating Wall Street bankers caught in the financial crisis described a group they had formed, Dating a Banker Anonymous, as a support group. Its creators originally told The Times that about 30 women had participated, but since publication, they have said that all involved were friends.
One of the women, Dawn Spinner Davis, 26, complained that her 28-year-old private wealth manager wasn't nearly the man he used to be. Laney Crowell, one of the women who started the blog, said in the article that it was “very tongue in cheek;” she has since described it as a satire that embellishes true experiences for effect.
"One of his best friends told me that my job is now to keep him calm and keep him from dying at the age of 35. Had the nature of the blog been made clear at the outset, the article would have described it accordingly, not as a support group.
“It’s not what I signed up for.” The general idea: Once it was seen as a blessing in certain circles to have a wealthy, powerful partner who would leave you alone with the credit card while he was busy brokering deals. "One of his best friends told me that my job is now to keep him calm and keep him from dying at the age of 35," Ms. "It's not what I signed up for." The women have banded together to start an unofficial support group called Dating A Banker Anonymous, which meets once or twice a week in New York for brunch or drinks.