"You have to be sexually compatible."

Brutally Frank Relationship Advice from a 98-Year-Old


Tue, Sep 17th, 2013 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

On Esquire, an interview taken from writer (The Every Boy) and Oscar-nominated filmmaker (Murderball) Dana Adam Shapiro's You Can Be Right (Or You Can Be Married), with a brutally honest 98-year-old about everything you need to know about relationships.

First of all, you have to be sexually compatible. That's very important. If anyone tells you different, they're nuts. And he was extravagant; he liked living the way I did. We used to dance, which I love to do. We used to drink, have a few cocktails. And he had a lot of friends. I met them all. They were all cheaters. Most men are cheaters -- you know that, don't you? I could meet a cheater tomorrow if I wanted to. But I've had enough men. I'm 98 years old, what the hell do I want a man for? What can I give him? What can he give me? Nothing.



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