Check it, Peons: Your CNN Humiliation Compartmentalized

Monday, February 16, 2009


Yet another hard-hitting Peon Confidential analysis of the economic crisis for you today...

NEW YORK (Reuters) – It's crippling for businesses but the credit crisis is giving Cupid a boost as more people hunt online for mates to weather the economic storm.
Unlike other companies where revenues are dropping and layoffs are climbing, online dating seems to be resistant to the recession.
"In a tough economy, you want someone to appreciate you for who you are and not because of your jobs or material possessions," said eHarmony chief executive Greg Waldorf.

Translation: When people are broke, they want someone to fuck who they don't have to spend money on.


Bargain Betty said...

You're such a romantic, Saara!

Anonymous said...

Greg Waldorf is an asshole. No one wants to be the person to find their 'soulmate' online and continue to be poor.