Doing the rounds today on Reddit, Facebook and the Twittersphere is a bizarre ad for a local dating event tonight… (With that latter event, I imagine there’d be a very heavy bias towards ‘go speed dating’).
As not to encourage anyone, I’ve filled this under the ‘Possibly Racist‘ tag as opposed to ‘Events‘.) “.
#2 There’s no subject that bankers and wanna-be-bankers love to discuss more than doing drugs – and cocaine is the perennial favorite.
Just be aware that if someone starts talking about doing cocaine or recounting a story about cocaine, he’s just lying to make himself look better (see #6 below).
She responds by describing the non-finance man as a “scrub” who cannot possibly merit her respect.
But for a certain type of person on Wall Street, this is basically how the world breaks down: you are either “killing it” it on the Street or starving while you pursue your “art.” Bankerella’s response is extreme but also revealing.Everyone has a tale of London's debauched high-fliers rampaging in the type of excessive revelry mere mortals either sigh at in disgust or smirk at with subtle admiration.Brash, verbose and wildly wealthy, London's high earners might not be your typical sob story, but some employees working for the Masters of the Universe make up London's loneliest hearts club band.Entrepreneur Nana Wereko-Brobby saw an opportunity in hapless romantics and set up Social Concierge, an invite-only club that pits similarly ambitious and well-off clients together at some of London's swankiest venues in the hope they will find love.
Cocaine carnivores But isn't the 29-year-old scared she might be arming London's wide-boys with the dating skills that could create a pin-striped Frankenstein?Wereko-Brobby told IBTimes UK the City's cocaine carnivores are mainly extinct and some of the capital's top earners are now looking to settle down."That whole image of bankers drinking champagne at lunch, taking cocaine, it's such an 80s cliché," she explained."Of course, some people still do it, but I think it is a thing of the past.