29 June 2017

Single man says his blind date ‘annoyed the s**t’ out of him and ‘didn’t have the goods’ in brutal review… and people are FURIOUS

GOING on a blind date can be hit and miss at the best of times but it’s fair to say that there is one New York lady who is regretting showing up to one recently.

Alyssa, a production manager, signed up to take part in “The Undateables” segment for Time Out New York where she was matched with a stranger for an evening to see if love blossomed.

Alyssa and Billy took part in a blind date for Time Out New York

The 24-year-old was set-up with an Upper East Side actor Billy, who she described as “interesting and cool” but felt there there was more of a “friends vibe between them”.

Billy’s assessment of the situation was a little more brutal as he stated that the brunette “annoyed the s***” out of him and “didn’t have the goods”.

The situation escalated when Vanity Fair journalist and friend of Alyssa, Maya Kosoff tweeted the story to her 21.4K followers unleashing a whole world of fury on dater Billy.

The journalist wrote: “I love when men out themselves as being complete d***s via their responses in the undateables section of time out new york.”

The tweet has been liked 39K and retweeted more than 10k times.

In his initial interview Billy told the magazine that he was single because “it takes more than just a beautiful woman to turn his head.”

People did not appreciate Billy’s scathing review of the evening and his assessment of date Alyssa
Instagram/Billy Peck

When remarking on his first impressions Billy’s intolerance of tardiness and his exacting standards meant he didn’t have anything positive to say about his Alyssa.

According to the article Billy said: “She was about five minutes late, which annoyed the shit out of me.

“As soon as she walked into the room, I knew she wasn’t the girl for me. She didn’t have the goods.”

Alyssa’s version of events was slightly different.

She said: “I didn’t want to be that girl who’s late, and I was trying really hard, but I was about three minutes late. He stood up, and we hugged. He was really nice and charming.”

As the evening continued Alyssa described her date as “friendly”, “interesting and cool” but said she “got more of a friend vibe”.

Billy however, cited the most awkward moment as when Alyssa ordered a steak well done.

The magazine quoted him as saying: “The waiter just looked at me, and I looked at the waiter. I was like, ‘Live your life, but this is not Outback Steakhouse, girl’. ”

His final thought on the evening were equally scathing.

According to the article Billy said: “There was nothing drawing me in. She was very sweet, always smiling, always bubbly. But I feel like I took two hours of my time and kind of just burned it.”

Yesterday Billy took to twitter to respond to his (many) critics.

He said: “Hey ladies! It’s easy to think someone’s a d*** when the magazine takes full artistic liberty with their words! GROSSLY misquoted! Awful!”

Outraged reader took to Twitter to express their opinions of the New York actor

Before following up with: “I would swear on my life that I was grossly misquoted. Not for me? Yes. Doesn’t have the goods? Never would I say that. I’m actually upset.”

Billy has since deleted his twitter account – no doubt hoping to wait out the storm.

Billy isn’t the first to offend a woman in his search for love this man gave a breathtakingly conceited reply to a woman on dating site saying he was too good for anyone over 30 and fat.

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