check out the last paragraph... SAN JOSE, Calif. They advertise everything from restaurants and hotels to cigarettes and prescription drugs. So what's wrong with a billboard marketing to guys ready to say "I do"? One woman has an answer for that: Nothing at all. Which is why she's seeking a husband on a billboard posted in front of a movie theater near Sydney, Australia, according to Reuters news service. Helen Zhou who lives in Sydney but is originally from Shanghai, China took out the conspicuous ad with the blaring headline "HUSBAND WANTED" for $5,000 (U.S. $3,700), Reuters reported. Zhou told her local newspaper, the weekly Southern Courier, that she made such a bold move because she'd encountered one commitment-phobe after another in the world of online matchmaking. "People are happy to date but they don't want any commitment, only temporary relationships," the middle-aged Zhou told the Courier. Her oversized personal ad, standing tall in Sydney's eastern suburbs, lists qualities Zhou wants including age (up to 45), health status (good), habits (non-smoker and non-drinker), race (Caucasian), personality traits (good sense of humor) and financial background (solid), Reuters reported.