Destin Pfaff

The ladies of the office from a man's point of view

on Feb 5, 20080

Let's start with Chelsea. Chelsea is a rare breed of person. She's funny, sensitive, spontaneous, adventuresome and loving. But she's also moody, picky and opinionated, but those are things that make her, her. Honestly, she kinda scares me. Matter of fact, she's one of only three people in the world who do, along with my mother and my girlfriend. Love 'em to death, but man, don't say the wrong thing to them or you're done for (I am so in trouble for writing this.)

As for Alison, she's a sweet person with a good heart. She's talented, easy going and fun, but she's also quiet, money focused and a secret vixen. She'll rip your eyes out if you cross her, and she'll do it with a smile. Have you ever seen that episode of Little House on the Prairie where Laura Ingles is being bullied around by that bratty blonde girl? Laura starts crying and we all learn something about life and family once the bully gets her just desserts. Well, that would be Alison, except she'd come back with a baseball bat and beat the blonde girl into a pulp when no one was looking just for dirtying her dress.

If you put the two together in the same room and asked me who the better matchmaker was, I couldn't tell you. They both have such unique styles and abilities that it would be hard to say. Different clients respond to them in different ways. So, between the two of them they have all of our men and women covered. Now, having said that, if you put me in that room too and ask that question, well, that's a different story (wink!)

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