I Kid You Not

Little did I know that I had stumbled on to the new hot topic in dating: the affair. Check out this TMZ article:


That’s right; the tag line is “Life is Short. Have an Affair.” That lovely ad, complete with sentiment, will be running in Super Bowl programs – I guess we can at least be glad that they don’t have air time yet. Thank goodness the Super Bowl is never a family event…. oh, wait. On the upside, it could signal a valuable lesson for the kids about betrayal and how people have the morals of muskrats (side note, apologies to muskrats as you may actually have deeply profound morals, unlike the people who frequent those cheating websites, and I am just unaware of them.)

Well, thank goodness all of us heterosexuals are busy supporting the sanctity of marriage. If you just lost your marriage to the ridiculousness of Prop 8 here in California, you must really love seeing this.

What the hell is wrong with people?

2 comments on “I Kid You Not”

  1. Dee Murray

    I have to say something: the double standard of some people that could approve a propostion about eliminating any person’s rights to be in a loving, monogamous marriage…then approve THIS kind of advertising???? What about MY right to have a faithful spouse? To be disease free? To trust that the vows I made on my wedding day weren’t ’til boredom do I wander’? To paraphrase a recent television commercial in favor of Proposition 8: a princess can’t marry a princess and live happily ever after, but YOUR Happily Ever After Handsome Prince can get it on with a scullery maid consequence free because Life is freaking SHORT???? I’m thoroughly disgusted.

  2. Kate, Dating in LA

    DM–LOL!! “Til Boredom do I Wander” is now going to be the title of my book. Also, I’m pretty sure that this is the first time “scullery maid” has been used on this blog. Well done!By the way, I totally agree.

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