Usually a phenomena found at private Christian colleges and Bible colleges, a quick Google search has shown that this lifestyle is also catching on at more prestigious universities, such as Harvard. But don’t dare call these individuals lazy! Oh no, they have worked hard to get into this small, liberal arts college and have no qualms about draining their daddy’s bank account paying upwards of $40,000 a year. They are rather young, conservative, Christian women who believe the Bible when it says that a woman’s only use is for her uterus and for wiping the kiddies’ noses.
But they know that this calling is infeasible with just any dude (especially if they want to maintain a certain standard of living), so they often will choose carefully an engineer, pre-med or pre-law major. Also opted for is a pastor/youth pastor, since they know that even if God won’t provide they will be looked up to by their churches, communities, and all the youth group girls.
So, without further ado, the three groupings which these women fall into:
Those after the sugar daddies:
- After engineers or pre-med (pre-law to a lesser extent)
- Will be on a constant hunt, but will only seriously start dating sophomore year.
- Will marry after graduation, after he has already found a job (no dough, no marriage)
- Will have the wedding all planned by second semester of freshman year
- “What, me learn?” They will have learned absolutely nothing in all their semesters at Calvin, or they just don’t care about how retarded they look referencing Harry Potter in Philosophy of Gender.
- See no problem paying over $40,000 a year just to get married and never use their degree again
- Will question spouse-to-be concerning what sort of engineer or doctor they planned to be, genes, family history and family wealth (somebody has to buy the starter house in the gated community)
- Can be found mostly in elementary education, nursing, interdisciplinary majors, religion, biology and psychology.
Those after Pastors and/or youth pastors:
- Will come in dating their husband-to-be or will find them first semester
- Will be married by junior year. By second year NT greek all the pre-seminary students will have a serious girlfriend or are already engaged.
- Can often be found in the religion department, although they are not really sure what they are doing there…
- If not in the religion department, they can also be found in the psychology department, learning how to help people (awwwwww…)
The desperate ones:
- Will get married to anyone at anytime (even people from Cornerstone!). But they later will bitch about how they have to work, even though they married a sophomore philosophy major.
- Will join the pastor-seekers in the most disadvantaged group ever.