This morning Fox and Friends began their unofficial women's hour with tips on how the ladies can succeed in the workplace, including the important advice that you should never raise your voice under pressure. (Such a thing has NEVER happened in the Politix office, we promise.) Oh and ladies, you "shouldn't talk too much" at meetings.
Fox and Friends also ran a segment on how husbands need to be more appreciated, which featured Susan Patton, AKA the "Princeton Mom," who recently made a fortune peddling 1950s-era advice to college girls.
"If you are in your mid-30s or older the idea that you're going to find yourself another husband, almost impossible," warned Patton.
Patton advises girls to eschew careers and focus on landing a husband in their early 20s - before it's "too late" - and she is adamant that divorce should never be an option. However, Patton herself recently finalized a divorce and told New York Magazine that she is not looking for marriage and just wants to have lots of "fun, funny, entertaining, sexy" boyfriends.