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Alyssa, a 24-year-old video production manager, appeared to be optimistic and honest about her being late for a first date.
In the case of these two 24-year-olds, things didn’t work out as planned.
And in this week's Time Out New York's "Meet The Undateables: Alyssa And Billy," their date personifies why dating is so challenging, to say the least, and how two people may be on very opposite pages.
ICYMI, each week, the column takes two New Yorkers who swear they're undateable and pairs them up.
Then, they get a recap of the date, both the good and the bad. Not being on the same page is one thing, but there ~are~ nicer ways of saying things, right?! I'm actually upset." — Billy Peck (@Billy Peck NYC) June 28, 2017 "No recordings, no writing, complete he said-he said (it was a guy)" — Billy Peck (@Billy Peck NYC) June 28, 2017 "People, this is so wrong, I said almost none of this.
In this week's date, Alyssa said "she’s picky and has trouble finding someone with a good sense of humor," reported . And you may think your date went well — at least, well enough — and the other person had a totally different opinion. You'd better read the rest for yourself, and see why people on Twitter are freaking out, and understandably so. She wasn't my type, I was a gentleman, I wasn't attracted, wtf." — Billy Peck (@Billy Peck NYC) June 28, 2017 "I understand, but I literally went on this date for fun, and now I'm getting so much hatred." — Billy Peck (@Billy Peck NYC) June 28, 2017 "Excited to find out if I met my Love Connection? " #loveconnectionpic.twitter.com/XTe Jp XSzt N — Billy Peck (@Billy Peck NYC) June 27, 2017 ?!