Recently, we on the Sorostitute Stories have come under immense criticism and harsh fire for the posts and tweets about getting the coveted MRS degree. Naturally, we let such “haterz” roll off our backs, but the misconceptions and personal attacks are not only unnecessary, but also ignorant. The beauty of our blog, at least in my humble opinion, is that nobody knows if we are truly serious or sarcastically witty. We like to keep it that way.
On our team, we hold seven non-professional writers. Some are students- pre-laws, pre-health care professionals, future educators and nurses. We have girls in the working world making their own living and doing a fantastic job. So, you may be wondering what this MRS degree we keep talking about is.
What it is:
The intention to have a long-term relationship during college (particularly senior year) that (hopefully) ends in a proposal
The intentions of working independently or, ideally, alongside your husband until you shamelessly give up your career to raise children
Cooking, baking, and cleaning to perfection because you ENJOY it
Already picking out baby names with your friends so nobody can steal yours
Planning parties for your hubby’s work friends
Sewing, crafting, and having “homemade tricks and fix-its” for the kids
Being equally as proud of your husband as he is of you
What it is NOT:
Blowing off school and acting like a bimbo (Come on, what decent man wants to bring home and wife up a dumb girl with no education and life goals??)
Being a gold digger (puh lease!)
Being a housewife
Being lazy or wasting space
It’s no secret that when sorostitutes have set their mind to something, they will get it. And it is no secret that getting boys to date us and fall in love with us (and fall in love with them back) is part of our charm. Getting an MRS degree, however, is not at all a priority for girls like us. As a matter of fact, getting an MRS is proving harder than getting a degree in biology. Although all the cute pre-meds in the class don’t hurt ;)