Women, Find out if you have Cinderella’s Luck.

“The first time you marry for love, the second for money, and the third for companionship.” - Jacqueline Lee Bouvier

It’s no surprise almost everyone wants to have a “successful” life, and for most people it all starts with finding their “Soul Mate“: Another person who’s physically attractive, embodies the same values as theirs, and shares their hopes, dreams, and goals – Essentially, a person just like themselves.

Finding that person can be like finding the mythical Unicorn, and for the lucky ones can happen faster than a New York Minute. Those who are more realistic than idealistic already know this, but just how rare is finding that “right person”?

Well, if you’re a Woman (oops, “Non-prostate Owner“… sorry about that) looking for your “Perfect Man” (oops, “Person Born with a Penis“… sorry again) based on their looks and money now you can find out:

Click the image below to try the Female Delusion Calculator!
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How did you do? And what are you going to do about it?

Did you know? Just like her quote, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier married three times:
• Her first husband, Massachusetts Congressman John F. Kennedy, whom she married in 1953, was handsome, smart, wealthy, eventually president of the United States, and then tragically assassinated in 1963.

• In 1968, as protection from “a troubled America“, Jackie Kennedy married Greek multi-millionaire Aristotle Onassis, who gave Jackie $30,000 a month ($263,000 in today’s dollars) to spend on anything she wanted.

• And after Aristotle’s death in 1975 Jackie Kennedy Onassis married Belgian-American diamond merchant Maurice Tempelsman (presumably for companionship as each was a multi-millionaire).

Thanks for Reading!

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