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Ignore the whole Clooney part of this thing, yes even though it's the thing that sparked the letter, and focus on the deeper meaning behind it and the kind of role model Alamuddin is :) (Also WTF Princeton Mom?)

Ignore the whole Clooney part of this thing, yes even though it's the thing that sparked the letter, and focus on the deeper meaning behind it and the kind of role model Alamuddin is :) (Also WTF Princeton Mom?)

LOVE this. - An open letter to the future Mrs. Clooney: Congrats on proving Princeton Mom wrong | New York Post

LOVE this. - An open letter to the future Mrs. Clooney: Congrats on proving Princeton Mom wrong | New York Post

An open letter to the future Mrs. Clooney: Congrats on proving Princeton Mom wrong

An open letter to the future Mrs. Clooney: Congrats on proving Princeton Mom wrong

Princeton Mom interview: marry before you graduate

Princeton Mom interview: marry before you graduate

Princeton Mom is at it again with Valentine's Day advice for all the ladies out there.  It is really hard to decide if this article insults women or men more, so this nice author breaks it down for us.  ;)

Princeton Mom is at it again with Valentine's Day advice for all the ladies out there. It is really hard to decide if this article insults women or men more, so this nice author breaks it down for us. ;)

‘Princeton Mom’ Is Now an Icon—and Fellow Alumni Aren’t Happy About It - The worst sex advice ever!

‘Princeton Mom’ Is Now an Icon—and Fellow Alumni Aren’t Happy About It - The worst sex advice ever!

There’s no greater aphrodisiac than a happy woman with a full life, who is passionate about something besides getting a ring on her finger. Just ask George Clooney.

There’s no greater aphrodisiac than a happy woman with a full life, who is passionate about something besides getting a ring on her finger. Just ask George Clooney.

‘Princeton Mom’ Is Now an Icon—and Fellow Alumni Aren’t Happy About It

‘Princeton Mom’ Is Now an Icon—and Fellow Alumni Aren’t Happy About It