A top South Korean bank is sending a group of its single female employees on a blind date trip to North Korea, hoping that romance will make them happy at the office, an official said on Tuesday.
Hmmm, when I think "Hot single guys" I always think, "North Korea!" Don't you?
The bank pays dating service fees as part of their benefits package. I think I'll bring that up next time I'm talking to our benefits counsel. "Hey, I have this great idea..."
And just how is this dating trip supposed to make the bank's unhappy females any happier? If they do hit it off with a North Korean hottie, how is that going to work out? "Sure, I'll give up freedom here in South Korea and move on up to be with my northern dream boat!" Somehow I don't think the North Korean government will be too hip on exporting their single guys to South Korean bankers.
The whole singles/dating scene reminded me of Deb Owen's defense of being single. (She says she got it from Karen, but I couldn't find it on her site. I do want to give credit where it is due.)
2. Married people are not necessarily better catches simply because they were caught. I mean, have you taken a look at some of the married people out there? Seriously. Even Frankenstein got married. Obviously married people are not superior people.
Hmmm, is there a correlation between Frankenstein and North Korea?