“Hi Amy. Sure, no problem. I’ll see you at the VIP event. Thanks for thinking of me. Umm, I hate to bring this up now, but I haven’t heard from Ari. I don’t know if he’s just busy, or maybe he met someone, but I haven’t heard from him in weeks. I thought for sure he’d call while I was in Paris, but nothing.”
The most dramatic rose ceremony yet.
The Linx network is conducting a Bay Area wide search for eligible women to attend a VIP cocktail party on the Peninsula (Palo Alto) featuring two of our most eligible bachelors on May 01, 2008. Similar to “The Bachelor,” this private event will bring together 25 beautiful ladies and 2 highly eligible bachelors for a night of mingling and is open to clients of Linx, as well as, non-members. The party will start out with everyone walking around and meeting one another. Each bachelor will work the crowd to get to know each lady. Toward the end of the evening, each bachelor will choose a few women with whom to have mini dates, and then ultimately choose one to pursue. These bachelors are making 2008 their year to find “the one!”
This event is free for all female guests, and complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. We spend a considerable amount of time prescreening all female applicants, so as we are only two weeks out, please contact us immediately if you wish to be considered.
The two bachelors selected for this VIP event are rather different from one another and also have contrasting desires for their “ideal” match. Please read the information below to see you if qualify for this unique opportunity. If you don’t meet the requirements, there will be upcoming VIP events in the summertime.
I’ve gone into this whole process with a very open mind. Although I laughed when I first read the above event description, I was a tad bit disappointed when I realized I would just be returning from Paris the night before. So I put it out of my mind, enjoyed myself in Paris, and came back to hear a voicemail from the CEO, asking if I would consider attending the event. Someone had dropped out and they immediately thought of me as a replacement. Pulling off an early departure on my first day back at work after having been gone for a week proved to be challenging, but I braved 101 South traffic and made it as scheduled down to Palo Alto.
As predicted 25 girls gathered around for drinks and appetizers while we waited for the two bachelors to show up. We had our fill of whatever wine we wanted on the menu which was rather incredible since the venue was a wine bar. The guys would be taking care of all the expenses. Yippee! I was lit up within an hour. The bachelors weren’t really my type. One was bald and a bit on the chunky side. I think he was the one who’s a publisher. The other one was more attractive, but an atheist. We were able to read their profiles before the event.
I actually had a great time hanging out with the girls. That was the most fun, listening to these women’s stories and backgrounds and that they, too, are single. What a relief. I’m not the only one! We went back for more rounds of wine as we sipped each other’s. “Ooh, that one’s yummy. I’ll get a glass of that one. Be right back.”
So by the time 8pm rolled around, I was happily buzzed and calling an ex-flame for some affection. “Did you miss me?”
“Yes, baby, how was Paris?”
“I ate too much foie gras. Will you make me foie gras?”
“I can try. Come over. I’ll make something. You always like what I cook.”
After I showered today, I reached for my Rolex watch on my bathroom vanity. It slipped out of my hands and onto my newly-tiled floor face-down. I leaned down to pick it up, then turned it over to take a look.
In all fairness, I thought I’d post a picture from the hot guy who rejected me. Besides, I’m not too keen on unattractive people showing up at the top of my blog.
Here is the email from Perfect Search. Again, I’m sending as is…including the grammatical errors. They’re not too bright–those Perfect Search agents.
I’m an agent with Perfect Search. I wanted to see you would be interested in my client. He’s’ 39 years old and is a successful gastro neurologist. He’s fun, athletic, and fit. He doesn’t have a problem meeting people, but is pretty picky and knows what he wants.I think you would totally be his type. I’ve included a photo of him. Let me know you might be interested in him. Thanks for your time.