Money Lessons from 'The Bachelorette'
Bangalore: 'When Money talks, nobody checks the grammar' – 'The Bachelorette' justifies the pun behind it very well. Getting married on television shows will not fetch you a partner with whom you can spend a quality time. They say, marriage is all about sacrifices, but ‘The Bachelorette’ showed us many singles that are opposite to this belief. Let’s see what this reality show of matchmaking teach us about money.
1. If Something is Possible, Make More
The Bachelor and The Bachelorette join the show not to have something good, what their motto is “If something is possible, make more”, that is no matter what it is, it just has to make money. Acting good, making fake promises – whatever it takes; they are ready to do just to get a profitable deal of marriage. These bachelors are witty enough to sort out the difference between making money and living a luxurious life and marrying a rich mate than a pale penny less life. Yes television producers are ready to take it until they find it entertaining.
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