Meet the Undateables: Andy and Julie
These lovelorn New Yorkers swear they’re absolutely undateable. We pair them up to see if they’re right.
Mon May 5 2014
The date: Bowling at Brooklyn Bowl
Andy: "There was some confusion at the door, so she was a little frazzled, but she’s charming and beautiful. It wasn’t that typical blind-date awkward meeting—she made it really easy."
Julie: "He’d texted that he was dressed casually but could go home and change if I was more dressed up. It made me wonder if he goes for girls in body-con dresses and six-inch heels. I'm not that girl; I showed up in duck boots."
Andy: "I taught her a few moves to prevent excessive gutterballs. It was absolutely flirty. A really cool band, Lotus, started playing. We decided we’d seek them out next time and become roadies together."
Julie: "I’m a hopeless bowler, so he did a little coaching. He’s a real gentleman and deferred to me for a lot of things, like what to eat. We got fish tacos."
Andy: "Unfortunately, I had to be up super early for a shoot. I walked her home and it was snowing, so she gave me her umbrella, which was the kindest thing."
Julie: "I think he’s not super into me because after bowling, he was like, ‘Okay, gotta go home and learn some lines!'"
In three words
Andy: Julie is "quirky, charming and beautiful."
Julie: Andy is "hot, sweet and considerate."
Andy: "I would definitely ask her out. I got the sense that she's more of a conversationalist when it comes to dating, so I’d take her somewhere we could hunker down and have a nice, intimate moment."
Julie: "It wasn’t love at first sight, but I’d be happy to explore more. He’s hot and sweet. Andy’s a great gift to women, but he doesn’t walk around with an ego about it."
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Editor: Marley Lynch (@marleyasinbob)