published a piece Wednesday titled "Why I Won't Date Hot Women Anymore," profiling such a man: an insufferable private equity executive named David Rochkind.The 40-year-old Upper West Side resident humbly told the there was a time when he could have anyone he wanted, which meant he always went after the "hottest girl you could find."Not anymore!
“In theory, I like the dinner date, but nearly every time I’ve gone on one as a first date I feel like I’m trapped with somebody who got stale after the first 15 minutes,” said Christine Victoria Waller, a 35-year-old childhood educator who lives outside of New York City.press, a story that is truly a masterpiece of trolling.In it, individuals share why they have concluded that it's not worth it to date EXTREMELY hot men and women, which is why they now date "merely beautiful" people."Eventually, I was dreading getting dinner with them because they couldn’t carry a conversation." Since the article neglected to mention what the women Rochkind dated thought of him, I asked Bryce Gruber, the editor of a website called The Luxury Spot, who dated Rochkind in 2010.
"He was generally a nice guy, but a little too surface for me," she tells me.This gives people on budgets good reasons to back away from pricey dinner dates “and to embrace less expensive and less time consuming beverage dates,” she added.