Will this dating show be a good idea?
Statistically most women want marriage and kids by 25. But young financially extremely successful women, find dating hard, because most people only become self made extremely successful by middle age and most seize been single before it (unless divorce). Celebrity women, are more likely to get married late or never married. This give me a dating show idea. Each season we find a single female celeb with no kids (eg Heather Graham 46 years old) set her up on dates with a few successful single men (eg lawyer, judge, doctor, university professor, army colonel, businessman) and see what happen.
I'm not successful but I'd sign up for a chance to date Heather Graham.
I'm 30, Heather is too old for me. But my cousin is 40, divorced, family court judge/law professor, if the show happen, I definitely tell him to sign up, if they got married, knock her up before she hit menopause, the kids outa be beautiful. ha ha
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