As soon as she walked into the room, I knew she wasn't the girl for me.She didn't have the goods," Billy, a 24-year-old actor living on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, said of his first impression.They are now both moving house to live together in Rochdale, Greater Manchester. “It was a series of events really” she told us, “Barrie did sound gorgeous on the phone and as a busy business owner himself he said he would fully understand if I was late for our date (I had a meeting in Manchester beforehand).
I couldn’t believe that such a gorgeous man would join an introduction agency” – Ah but they do Christina – Attractive Professionals Introductions is a bespoke, up-market agency for professional and business people nationwide and we are happy to say that we have lots of good-looking clients looking for compatible partners.
Thankfully Sebastian could that Christina was an exceptionally pretty girl and guess what?
Like any other dating write-ups, the dates can go really well, or they can be awkward disasters.
In the case of these two 24-year-olds, things didn’t work out as planned.
Their "Undateables" section is dedicated to setting up dates with two people who consider themselves “undateable.” The goal is to try and prove that the participants are, in fact, dateable and capable of sharing great experiences together.
Time Out New York’s recent dating column featured two New Yorkers, Alyssa and Billy.
Alyssa, a 24-year-old video production manager, appeared to be optimistic and honest about her being late for a first date.
"I didn't want to be that girl who's late, and I was trying really hard, but I was about three minutes late. He was really nice and charming," Alyssa said of her first impression of Billy.
“Whether I was attracted to her or not, I still had to sit there for two hours and be a gentleman. “He’s an actor, and that’s totally uncharted territory for me. I wasn’t nervous, but that made me second-guess myself and get in my head.