It describes itself as 'A safe place where women can come together, free from the scrutiny of feminists, and share their tearful tales of how the mortgage meltdown has affected their relationships.'Dawn Spinner Davis, 26, recently signed up to Dating a Banker Anonymous after her husband stopped playing golf and she began to feel the pressures of supporting her 28-year-old private wealth manager man. Megan Petrus set up the group after her relationship with a trader of a major bank suffered when he seemed more concerned about a colleague being made redundant than her father having a heart attack.She explained: '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 but it’s not what I signed up for.'Her situation is shared by Christine Cameron whose financial analyst boyfriend kept getting drunk and would disappear while they were out together, then accuse her the next day of being the one who had gone missing. She is rich, usually quite attractive or at least has an eating disorder, and has very few available hours with which to cling and bitch and nag. So what can you do to pierce the incestuous bubble of Wall Street, you ask?What can you do to get one of these chicks to give you a ride in a black car instead of you having to convince Mr.There is no real support community, no regular meetings and the blog is written by Crowell and her lawyer sidekick Megan Petrus, who concoct entries out of a mixture of their own experiences, stories of people who email the site, and anecdotes of girls they meet socially.
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?
They will encourage you to try something with twenty ingredients.
They're going to finally quit their job and move to rural New Hampshire to get a Ph. in the humanities and take long walks with a very large dog.
The support group meets for lunches and cocktails where they share sad tales of credit card cancellations and reminisce about the good times, and have even launched an online blog to cope with the fallout of the financial crisis.
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'.