There is this guy at work. We will call him Tony. My buddy Nelson and I have a lot of fun at his expense.
Tony is single and likes to brag about his sexual escapades. He thinks the married guys don’t get any. He is so wrong to assume that. It’s when you have kids that you don’t get any.
Nelson and I both thought Tony was gay the first time each of us met him. Hearing the stories about all the different women he takes to bed seems a little hard to believe, especially when its coming from a guy that reminds me of that dude on Grey’s Anatomy.
Well I guess Tony is trying to be more like old married guys. He is now looking for the perfect mate. Tony is going to do that by signing up on Match.com. Sharing that information with the guys was probably not the smartest thing to do. Showing us his site was even dumber.
It was fascinating checking out all the singles in the area that met Tony’s criteria. I believe it was something really tough, like between the age of 24 and 31 and good looking. I’m not sure he is getting his $3000 worth if that’s all he is going to require of his possible “perfect match”. Also, you got to wonder about someone who is going to be interested in a guy who wants to be called “tiger”. Nelson and I saw that nickname on his profile and could hardly contain the laughter.
If you decided that you needed help to find the perfect match, would you tell your friends that you spent $3000 on a service like Match.com? Hell, you could get a lot of fun dates for $3000.