press, a story that is truly a masterpiece of trolling.
In it, individuals share why they have concluded that it's not worth it to date EXTREMELY hot men and women, which is why they now date "merely beautiful" people.
isn’t devoting their journalistic resources to targeting individual homeless people over and over again, they’re churning out provocative pieces specifically engineered to take over the internet outrage cycle for the day.
Take “Women are not capable of understanding ‘Good Fellas’” (by one-man troll factory Kyle Smith), or “Hey, ladies — catcalls are flattering!
Clean-shaven dudes: Unlike their bearded counterparts, these men have no place to store food on their faces, thus making them less useful should you find yourselves stranded together in a desert.
"Eventually, I was dreading getting dinner with them because they couldn’t carry a conversation." Since the article neglected to mention what the women Rochkind dated thought of him, I asked Bryce Gruber, the editor of a website called The Luxury Spot, who dated Rochkind in 2010.
"He was generally a nice guy, but a little too surface for me," she tells me.
(My favorite line has to be the caption on a photo of 40-year-old Daniel Rochkin, one of the brave interviewees to have sworn off excessively attractive romantic interests: "Dan Rochkind used to date swimsuit models," it reads, "but he’s happier now that he’s engaged to a merely beautiful woman, Carly Spindel.")The reason for Rochkind's new dating style is apparently that hot women are very, very, very, very boring.
"Beautiful women who get a fair amount of attention get full of themselves," he said.
Presenting this week’s hate-read, courtesy of the New York Post: “Why I won’t date hot women anymore.” The story begins by a courageous 40-year-old man with a “muscular build and a head full of hair” explaining why he’s sworn off the model-like ladies he used to court in favor of a brunette who, while beautiful, is a lowly 5 feet, 2 inches and therefore cannot walk the runway.