Why Dennis, but why?

Why I worry about men who marry women 40 years younger than them
Poppy Noor

Dennis Quaid is to marry a woman 40 years younger than him.

Why would a man be interested in marrying a good looking, intelligent – fertile – woman?

The mind boggles really.

19 thoughts on “Why Dennis, but why?”

  1. Men have a lot of interest in fertile females, but that fertility often ends up unused. Quaid (which my phone insists on autocorrecting to Al Qu’aida) has been married three times, yet he only has three children.

  2. There’s all kinds of people flagging up the pitfalls in hypergamy, that I’m sure Ms Noor would have no interest in listening to.

    What’s the slogan here? (it’s the left, there’s always a slogan)

    “Solidarity in Genetic Redundancy”?

  3. To be fair, at least she admitted something we all know; that the entire article was dashed off in response to someone else’s (slightly funny) tweet.

  4. Mark T-
    yup

    “his new young fiancee has the free will to marry whomever she likes – it would be unfeminist not to point this out, right?”

    it would be uncolumnist not to.

  5. Mark T-
    yup
    “his new young fiancee has the free will to marry whomever she likes – it would be unfeminist not to point this out, right?”

    it would be uncolumnist not to… but here’s how it goes….

  6. > Why I worry about men who marry women 40 years younger than them

    Why I worry about women who marry men 40 years older than them

    There, fixed it for you Poppy…

  7. Quaid is looking old.

    He was in the 1987 remake of “DOA” . He wants to be careful life doesn’t imitate art.

  8. Dennis, Ever Youthful Sex Machine

    Now having read the article, all I can say is it was a slow day in Poppy’s mind when she wrote that.

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