Most men have the worst pictures they ever dreamed of themselves on their Facebook pages.And they don’t think about that stuff, it’s not important to them. So you’re going to discard a guy — because women are much more critical when it comes to looks — because he wore the wrong pair of pants and is still wearing his members only jacket.
(And heaven help the poor dater who neglects to follow Stanger's advice.) Now in its seventh season, "The Millionaire Matchmaker" features wealthy but hapless men (and sometimes ladies, too) who turn to Stanger's dating club in an effort to find that elusive special someone.
And, if that unicorn isn't out there, they at least hope to find someone who can stand their company (and stand to spend their money) long enough to get into their pants.
You know, you’re there with a beer bong, you know what I’m saying.
We’re taking it so extremely, like you know everything about that person just because of the photo they posted on Facebook.
They both had been married and had kids, and she looked and me said, "You know, this the best relationship I have ever had.
I didn’t have to worry if I farted or if my makeup wasn’t on today.You can change a man’s wardrobe, you can cut his hair, you can shave his beard, straighten his teeth.There are a lot of things you can do to a man if the raw material is there. Does he have a good business ethic, where he could take care of you financially? He wants to give it to you, fine, but his penis is off limits.So, you wouldn’t suggest Googling or stalking a potential date through social media? Like, to see that there aren’t 20 girls on the Internet saying that he stuck them with the bill or that he stranded them in a restaurant.But if you’re doing it a) to find out their net worth or b) see what their story is, then you’re going to snooze, you lose.Six degrees of separation is almost 90 percent of how people meet. Getting online — it’s not for the dateless and the desperate!