Daba dating a banker anonymous
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.Had the nature of the blog been made clear at the outset, the article would have described it accordingly, not as a support group.We've all heard the tale of woe of the investment bankers who have lost their jobs, bonuses, or ,000 bottle service at Bungalow 8. As you walk down a New York City Street there is an abundance of women with dark roots and chipped nails running in Central Park because they can no longer afford private pilates.Hardly a lightning rod for social sympathy, where can these formerly golden gals go to vent their pain?A correction was printed today in the New York Times, which originally profiled the group: An article on Jan.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.
In response to inquiries by Newsweek, the Times plans to issue an Editor's Note, indicating that it was misled about the nature of DABA, and should not have referred to it as a support group.We were annoyed when we heard about Dating a Banker Anonymous, a support group for women who are suffering now that their financial banker husband/boyfriend/booty caller have less money.Hopefully we won’t hear about them as much now that we know they were faking.Everyone knows AA, but not everyone knows DABA, Dating A Banker Anonymous.Started by two best friends Megan and Laney whose relationships tanked with the economy, DABA is a safe place for these significant who now feel insignificant others to vent about their FBF, Financial Boy Friend.