ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
1 girl + 1 guy = 1 good match?
Over 150 applicants applied for the upcoming universitysingles.ca
blind date (which will be taped and broadcast on TVWestern),
but the field has now been reduced to a mere six candidates.
Two of the following people will be going out next Fri., Oct.
31, on a date consisting of dinner at the City Hall Restaurant
and a night at Club Phoenix. You can log on to www.universitysingles.ca
to vote for who gets to go on this date, as well as get an
E-coupon that will let you and a friend into the Phoenix for
the price of one to see the date live on Singles Night. Voting
ends Wed., Oct. 29.
Here are the contestants...
Joel is a studly dude, who loves to party. His major turn-on
is hairless girls, who love to have a good time. His major-turn
off is bad breath. Joel's average date consists of a movie
and then dinner, in that order, because he wants to ensure
the girl never feels rushed when eating her meal. Joel has
played on numerous varsity teams at Western and is on the honour
Mike is a 5'4" computer science major with a bubbly personality
who loves to chat with girls online. His chatting days began
with ICQ and have now progressed to MSN and AOL. Mike likes
girls who have a great smile and will get along with his family.
His major turn-off is a girl who can't use Dreamweaver.
Danny, as he likes to be known, is currently in his fourth
year. He is a kinesiology major, who loves to work out and "muscle
up." Danny is an outgoing guy, who usually spends his Thursdays
at the Phoenix and Fridays taking it easy with a movie. His
ideal date is taking someone to an ice rink (just like Happy
Gilmore) and then going out for some drinks at the Martini
Bar. Danny's biggest turn-on is a girl with great legs and
his biggest turn-off is bad teeth. Danny is a great guy, so
girls... take off those braces!
Paulina is 5'7" and involved with many off campus clubs as
well as her church's youth group. Her life goals include designing
fashion and living in NYC. Her biggest pet peeve is guys who
wear muscle shirts to the bar and girls who are afraid to show
too much (live a little, she says). Her biggest turn-on is
guys who cuddle after sex. Paulina's biggest turn-off is Jean
Paul Gautier cologne.
Nadine is in her second-year of music and has played the flute
since the age of seven. Band camp is but a recent memory for
Nadine. She is very interested in politics and world affairs.
She loves a guy who can carry on a good conversation and someone
who does whatever it takes to impress her. As for biggest turn-offs,
she can't stand guys with moustaches. Nadine loves to party,
but also knows why she is at university.
Kristina is 5'5", in first-year university and looking to
be involved in a number of sports teams at Western. She has
been working out since the age of 15 and has an extremely fit
body. Her pastimes include reading, cooking and working with
charities. She is a family girl, who likes to get a little
wild at night. Her biggest turn-on are guys who are healthy.
Conversely, her biggest turn-off is guys who don't dress well.