Patti bravo dating

09 Feb

Patti champions unrealistic ideals, asks women to change their looks to tailor to the millionaire’s specific taste, and even tries to dictate how they should dress to her exclusive cocktail mixers.I have seen her bring women to tears, rip apart perfectly attractive people, and dish out cold-hearted advice during her “screening sessions.” In addition, while she verbally assaults the single women who hope to be paired with a millionaire by constantly telling them they’re not pretty, skinny, or stylish enough, Patti treats the men who are auditioning to be matched with a female millionaire like her own personal Chippendales dancers.It should come as no surprise that I am irrationally obsessed with sex and romance.In addition to writing tirelessly and reading voraciously about all-things amorous, I also enjoy watching television programs that tackle the strange and wild world of dating and love.

But isn’t that the very reason that these guys (and gals) are in fact single?

Their unrealistic wants, expectations, and insecurities have informed their physical type, versus looking for real compatibility or connection.

Unfortunately, instead of toning down these very surfaced tendencies, Patti plays up to them by rooting out potential suitors based solely on looks and nit-picky rules that only exist in Patti’s narrow-minded world.

Her system is deeply flawed and surfaced, and her hotheaded temper may make for good TV, but it gets in the way of the true purpose of the show, which is to create matches and make people happy.

Watching Tabatha Coffey take over salons and bring unsuspecting business owners to tears makes me swoon, and pretty much anything that Rachel Zoe does basically cries, "Gays! After interviewing the first three women who were hoping to be matched with one of the episode's millionaires, Patti immediately started trafficking in stereotypes, saying, "Did you notice how I didn't ask the first three women whether they were straight or gay?