Dating By Mathematics
In a frank conversation with Sissy today, Jon once again
reeled-off his overly techy and rather absurd theory about
meeting the right woman.
The conversation began when the oft-irksome housemate admitted
that he didn't know if he was any good 'in the sack', re-iterating
his point with, "I've never slept with the same woman
Jon also revealed that he had not had girlfriend in over
10 years, prompting Sissy to ask why the 29-year-old hadn't
tried using a dating agency.
However, the data strategy manager was dismissive of the
very thought, saying, "I'd (rather) shoot myself before
I went to a dating agency".
Then, in a self-assured manner he added, "I can find
a woman if I want... that might sound arrogant, but..."
The dialogue trailed-off, but he didn't stay quiet for long.
In a rather long-winded fashion which totally baffled a semi-attentive
Sissy, Jon proceeded to recount his Dad's mathematical theory
about finding the perfect mate.
Starting-off by mentioning The Generation Game and likening
women to a conveyor belt full of prizes, he actually sounded
uncannily like Alan Partridge. Ah-haaah!
An extraordinarily tedious monologue, complete with fractions,
figures and percentages, the conclusion was that there was
around 1 billion women from-which to find his perfect partner.
He should be so lucky!
Just as Cameron before her, Sissy luckily managed to stay
awake for the duration of the theory, long enough for Jon
to reveal that he had, "Irons in the fire", as far
as a current partner goes.
We wonder if his lady friend, who appeared on BBLB last week,
was chuffed to be described in that way?
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