Fox News' Geraldo Rivera had some...interesting insights into marriage on Monday's "Outnumbered." Let us take you on a frightening journey through his thoughts, which left four women staring at him in complete shock.
Rivera decided to argue that while men bring money to a marriage, women bring their "youth," and a "trend" of so-called "beta" marriages that were really two-year marriage tryouts between couples was wrong because a woman's youth is precious.
"Generally speaking, the man is the breadwinner, although now, increasingly, women do work," he said to the FOUR WOMEN SITTING NEXT TO HIM AT THEIR JOBS.
(PS thanks for the acknowledgement, Geraldo!)
Luckily, he wasn't over. "But I think what a woman brings to a marriage more than anything else-- to a relationship-- is her youth," he continued sagely. "Her youth is a fragile and diminishing resource [ed. note: ????] so if a woman were to invest two years in one of these marriages, and then to be rejected by the man, I think she has given up a valuable asset."
This bit of gobbledygook was met with several responses from the FOUR FEMALE CO-HOSTS that Geraldo was surrounded by.
"I'm like 'whaaaaaaaaaaat?'" was probably our favorite.
Also Geraldo mentioned that he has been divorced four times.
(h/t: Media Matters)