In Filipino there is a name for this matandang mayaman madaling mamatay This is an industry particularly for women who are born in the slums, did not qualify for college, and want to find their way out of poverty. Quote Phil Star ........ Maybe you're laughing at the qualities that I was looking for at the man: It's rich that it's easy to die. Just call me Lyzel. My family is very hard. My mother and my carpenter are proud of my dad. We were five older brothers and we had been together for a while without college. I just finished high school. So I swore to myself that if I was married to an elderly man who would not live long. You do not ask, I look. I was a lot of lover and even though I typed them, I was all over because my dream would bring my family back to poverty. I tried to join as a GRO in a famous club. I appreciate myself for being good and acceptable. I am also wise and can compare with a college graduates so I can easily receive them................ Another article on this in Steemit....... They say I'm going to be an old lady. When I was older, who else would be wrong with me? I do not even know that when it comes to men, I just can not really help those who mislead me before. I did not boast, but when I was young I had many mischievous ones. They also say that I was hurt for the past and became "man-hater". But, really so; there is no doubt that a man is for a son. There are loads of articles about this - see https://definitelyfilipino.com/blog/matandang-mayaman-na-madaling-mamatay/ although it's in Tagalog it does make sense, doesn't it?