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What a week at MC. My client was Captain Monogram himself, Prince Max. He is looking for the right woman to settle his royal loins down with. Yep. Nice guy, but a little too "affected." Still, duty calls, and I'd like to see him happy and sailing off into the sunset with the perfect dame.
Then we have Rachel's winner, Danny the Geek, a Groupon mascot who is about as socially awkward as a Jonas Brother at an orgy.
With my encouragement, Patti instructs MaxiPad not to lead with his "royal" foot. She then gives Danny Boy the hipster makeover to give him the illusion of showering.
Patti's Prince Max should have waited longer than half way through the first date to reveal that he is, in fact, a prince. Patti seemed happy with it, but if you really want a woman to want you for you (not for your royal lineage), you should wait until AFTER she's agreed to go on a second date with you. That way you know she at least wanted to see you a second time because of who you are. You hear that, all you princes and princesses? Be careful out there! There are lots of secrets best left untold until later in the relationship!
The Prince definitely should have waited longer before telling Clark about his background and family. Her eyes light up like a Christmas tree. Of course she liked him from the start because she knew he's a millionaire, etc. But add the title "Prince" to that, and all it implies (money, influence, social status, world travel, etc) and Clark's possible future life suddenly passed before her own eyes. If he were just a dept. store manager from her hometown, she wouldn't give him the time of day. She's looking to have her bills paid, buy expensive clothing, live in expensive homes and castles, drive expensive cars, travel the world first class, etc. That's why she went on the show. She wants her bills paid. Period. End of discussion. I hope Max takes it all in stride and comes to his senses! He met this girl on a TV show who came in to offer herself as a date to a millionaire. Hellooooo. I think they won't last beyond a few dates. Her motives will suddenly be what turns him off.
The Princess Fedora of Denmark, formally known as Princess Elizabeth, could not be his grandmother. According to what little is published on the internet, she never married, nor had any children. Hmmm, unless she had an undisclosed love child.
Dang Destin...You are looking "scrump-diddly-umptious" with your hair down and all slicked back....I adore your lady too, you two look PERFECT together!
I could not find where I needed to post this, so here goes. Do you have files on women who you match that are not in their 20's. I have several friends that are in their 40's professional's and lovely that would be wonderful matches (if, of course you do keep a file of older men). Would you be kind enough to let us know, because we have seen lots of older men, but on the other side of the date.
Would you be kind enough to respond back. There are 5 of us that (try to) get together to watch every week and we love it, but no so much (so many 20 year olds). Thank you, and hello to the rest of the crew. Look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Katie
This guy is full of it. He's not a prince by birth and therefore shouldn't have trouble keeping from blurting it out. He was adopted when he was 31 by his stepfather, Prince Waldemare when his mother married Waldemare in Sept. 2008. The way this guy went on and on, you'd think he was a born royal. He's a borderline fraud. Until his adoption, he was plain old Mario-Helmut Wagner until he changed his name.