Keith is going to make a perfect husband someday, heck, we have friends we'd want to set him up with! Patti got mad at Bryce for acting aloof at the mixer.
But if Patti is gonna work with New York types like Bryce, she has got to learn that "Jewish" and "Good Dad" is just not going to cut it. "asked or expected to put their girlfriends before work. Listen, everyone knows that California girls are much friendlier than New Yorkers! Women here are much too cool to approach guys in gaggles.
Garofola isn’t the only guy who is fed up with playing the field.
Sure, the numbers are in their favor: A survey by NYC’s Economic Research and Analysis group found that young single women in Manhattan outnumber single men nearly 2 to 1 — and it’s pressuring NYC’s most eligible bachelors to be on the prowl, even if it’s not what they really want.
“We have this mentality of, ‘Why should I settle for Susan, who’s beautiful and smart, when I could turn the corner and meet Jessica, who’s just as smart and beautiful?
It sounds shallow, but it also makes sense: is Keith going to feel comfortable accompanying Bryce to events across the city, and is their relationship going to work if he stays home in the Bronx grading papers while she goes out every night to maintain her busy social life and promote her company? (We feel like we need to point out that the girls approaching the male millionaire in gaggles were all from neighboring states--New York.) 5.Ever since Michael Garofola, 36, moved to New York in October, his calendar has been packed with different women penciled in for dinner or drinks.As a former “Bachelorette” contestant, Garofola knows he has no problem scoring with women — he goes on up to five first dates a week, which he says usually include a drink or two and nothing beyond a goodnight smooch on the cheek.One thing's for certain: Patti doesn't understand her new demographic. Patti Stanger would be a lot happier if she came to terms with the fact that New York women aren't like Beverly Hills women.We have a different set of goals, interests, and standards.