Earlier today, New York City opthalmologist Dr. Emil Chynn posted a 2,400-word essay about what he did on Tuesday to the Park Avenue Safe Sight news page, and I can barely stand to read what my friends have to say in 140 characters, let alone that many words. But Dr. Chynn’s Tuesday was probably just a tad bit different from yours or mine, as he went on CNN’s New Day morning show to discuss why he’s suddenly being painted as sort of a desperate douchebag by some media outlets.
For instance, the New York Post wrote about Dr. Chynn over the weekend, labeling him as “pompous” because he’s offering discounted and possibly even free cosmetic procedures to anyone who can hook him up with a woman who meets his “incredibly exacting standards.” So what exactly do those standards entail?
… “very skinny” dress size 0-2, white, aged 27-35, graduate of an Ivy League school, “Type B” personality (not “Type A” like him), and a rating of 8 or 9 on a 1-to-10 attractiveness scale.
Breaking: Single wealthy guy has a type, story at 11.
What about those rewards? What’s in it for me if I hook him up with this double-jointed babe I know?
For a first date, he’ll shell out a $100 reward. He’ll offer free eyelash-enhancer Latisse or pay $200 for the second date; he’ll offer free Botox or pay $300 for a third date; he’ll offer free Juvederm injections or $400 for a fourth date; and free Lasek surgery on one eye worth $2,000 or $500 cash for a fifth date.
That’s not a bad deal, ladies, even if you just get him to take your annoying-but-hot friend on one date.