Ladies, meet Sean, a 29-year-old financial advisor who just moved out of NYC to PA and seems to have a really good sense of humor! Besides sports (duh) he lists literature and music as some of his favorite things. Sweet. Read on to find out more about how he preps before dates, what he thinks of his grooming routine and more. What’s in your medicine cabinet?
You mean besides incredibly life-like hair dolls from all of the girls I have dated? I have a lot of Nivea products. There is really no reason for that. I mean, it’s not like I set out one day and said, “Sean, Nivea is the right product for you.” It just kinda happened. I’m talking Nivea shaving cream (or is it gel? Maybe foam? Not entirely sure), after shave, and body/face wash. I use Garnier shampoo, because once in college this super hot chick told me my hair smelled nice and, well, if it ain’t broke, why fix it? I was also turned on to Tom’s toothpaste. I used to stick to Colgate toothpaste, since I went to college at Colgate at all, but I think that Tom’s Wintergreen toothpaste is just the bees knees and brand loyalty only goes so far for me.
What product can’t you live without and why?
Air is definitely one product I cannot live without. I mean, I could live without it for like, 37 seconds maybe, but after that things start to get pretty dicey. I also think toothpaste, deodorant, soap, and other stuff that will prevent me from looking and smelling like I live under the Queensborough Bridge are pretty important.
How would you describe your grooming habits?
Three words: Consistent, thorough, animated. Merciless. Insatiable.
Now be honest, how would a woman describe your grooming habits?
Literally just asked this random chick sitting beside me in Starbucks. She gave me a disgusted look, got up, and walked away. I’ll take that as a tacit endorsement of my grooming habits.
When prepping to go out on a date what are the three things you make sure you do?
Inflate the doll, dress her up in a real cute dress or appropriate seasonal attire, and try to make sure she stays away from all sharp objects until we reach our destination. Oh, and I also like to make sure my breath smells good, my facial hair has been properly groomed, and I like to make sure my hair is comfortably styled somewhere between “I was at an Animal Collective concert at BAM last night I just got out of bed even though it’s 7pm” and “I’m a soulless Goldman Sachs drone”
If you could have one night with any celebrity who would it be and why? More importantly, what would you do?
Clooney. And I would do whatever leftover chick he didn’t sleep with that night. Seriously. I mean, Do you think George Clooney ever sits up at night and worries about what is going to happen to him in his next life? I mean Christ! How can anybody have this awesome of an existence? Oh I just dumped Elisabetta Canalis so now I’m just going to plow Stacy Keibler for a couple months for fun. No biggie. Nothing serious. Just a little flingy poo. He must have signed a deal with the devil or something. No other way to explain it. Here is a question for you: If somebody told you that you could have George Clooney’s life but you’d die at age 40 would you do it? I’d do it in a heartbeat. All I need is 29 years of his life and I’d happily call it a day.
What’s the first thing you notice about a woman?
Personality. Ha, no, but seriously, I’m not really a “tits” man or an “ass” man or one of those weird fetish guys who like feet or hair or anything like that. I like the whole package and I don’t discriminate against race, creed, or height. Equal opportunity: It’s not just a hiring practice at McDonald’s, it’s also my dating philosophy.
What’s your guiltiest pleasure?
Besides the 9 year old Filipino boy tied up in my basement? I guess I’d have to say that being a die-hard fan of the Emmy award winning (note: I have done no actual research to determine if any Emmy awards were in fact won by this franchise, but I have to assume that many were) television series The Bachelor and, it’s ugly step-sister, The Bachelorette.