The dating scene is rough in New York City, especially for lawyers with long lists of demands for potential female suitors to meet. One lawyer was so hard up for a date that he took to the pages of the New York Post’s “Meet Market” to find one. He received top billing from the paper, where he was advertised as an “[a]ttorney seek[ing] a gal who will lay down the law.”
Aww, that’s cute. Let’s help him out.
Meet Robert, a lawyer who’s looking for love — but only in Manhattan or Brooklyn…
Appreciates a woman who catches his eye — and if she can keep up with his witty banter, even better.
Look closely: When it comes to appearances, Robert says women who wear glasses are a turn-on.
Sky-high: The lawyer is planning to go skydiving this summer — even though he has a big fear of heights.
Play time: When he’s not working in the court room, Robert can be found on a hardwood court playing pick-up basketball.
Home team: The basketball lover has season tickets to the Brooklyn Nets.
Dog-gone: Robert will eat almost anything — except frankfurters. “Hot dogs are gross,” he says.
Local stop: The women he dates must live in Brooklyn or Manhattan — “anything else is long-distance.”
More games: In addition to basketball, Robert follows pro football, hockey and soccer.
Please get in touch with Jozen Cummings if you’d like to help this lonely lawyer get it in.
Attorney seeks a gal who will lay down the law [New York Post]