Maybe she just needs to read the advice columns more
Oddly enough news has a story of a woman who is advertising for a husband on a billboard.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - A Chinese woman living in Sydney has taken the unusual step of advertising for a husband on a billboard outside a cinema in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Helen Zhou, from Shanghai, said she had tried Internet dating but found men did not want to commit.
"People are happy to date but they don't want any commitment, only temporary relationships," the middle-aged Zhou told her weekly local newspaper, the Southern Courier.
Zhou spent A$5,000 (US$3,700) on the billboard which has a large headline "HUSBAND WANTED" and a lists of requirements, such as age up to 45, good health, non-smoker and drinker, Caucasian, solid financial background and a good sense of humor.
"I'm not fussy," said Zhou, who describes herself on the billboard as a beautiful and intelligent woman seeking a "dream family with a fabulous partner."
"I guess I want a traditional sort of person, not really flash -- an old fashioned kind of guy, not one who spends every cent and doesn't worry about tomorrow."
So far Zhou's search for love has received few replies.
Old-fashioned guys don't find wives through billboards would be my guess.
She should try blanketing downtown Las Vegas with fliers. That may not get her a commitment, but she may get some of that financial support she's looking for.