Isn't Fox News supposed to be the place for traditional, Christian family values? So does Bill O'Reilly, Fox's arbiter of traditionalism, know that some of Fox's Christian single ladies aren't just talking sex - they're having it!
On yesterday's Outnumbered, Andrea Tantaros reported on an article which posits that "holding out for Prince Charming could be the reason why you're single." She explained that the article's author cites research that says that "women are pickier than ever about men" and "suggests their standards may be a bit too high." Tantaros cited the writer's "deal-breakers" which include "bad sex and a disheveled appearance." (Greg Gutfeld?)
Tantaros asked for thoughts from Fox wall of genius, the "clueless" model Stacey Dash. Former Playboy model Dash didn't think that women were being too picky. The thrice married Dash asserted that the deal-breakers reflected "valid needs" and that "women need a man that's not lazy, who knows how to take control, who knows how to be good in bed, just like a man who wants a woman who is good in bed, we want a man that's good in bed."
The rest of the single ladies joked about how there's nothing wrong with being selective, Dash waved her left hand around so that the panel could see her great, big engagement ring. Getting back on topic, Tantaros quipped, "there's single and being alone and I'm never alone" because she's "not too picky." (So what does Dave Navarro think about that?)
After more mindless banter, Harris Faulkner congratulated Dash on her engagement. She asked if the fiancé "checked all the boxes." Dash responded demurely, "all of them." But she didn't identify who put a ring on it. (Inquiring minds want to know if it's 25 year old Michael Evers.)
All I can say is that I now have about 3 minutes and 40 seconds that I will never get back.