Phil, a 28-year-old public-interest lawyer, is writing a novel in his free time. Now the hopeful author needs a little romantic inspiration to get his creative juices flowing.
- Last Updated: 12:26 AM, March 11, 2012
- Posted: 7:59 PM, March 10, 2012
Phil has a thing for French actress Audrey Tautou. “I watch her movies and I have chest pains, she’s so gorgeous,” he admits.
Phil speaks fluent Spanish and “decent” French. His last international adventure was a trip to Barcelona.
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“For dates, I like the usual stuff: bars, restaurants and movies,” says Phil. “I want to eat grasshopper tacos, but no one has taken me up on it.”
Originally from Bakersfield, Calif., Phil has lived in Brooklyn for one year.
The last book Phil read was 1954’s “Lucky Jim” by Kingsley Amis.
Phil has a very sarcastic sense of humor. When asked if he has any pets, he says, “I love both dogs and cats. As do my sharks.”
“I’m on the billionth draft of this stupid novel,” says Phil. “I spend my free time surfing between coffee shops and scribbling on my manuscript.” Phil’s favorite spot to write in is Williamsburg’s Vittoria Cafe.
Phil gets to choose from these three girls. Who do you think he should date?Vote at nypost.com/dating
She is: shy. “I can be pretty quiet at first until I am comfortable with someone,” says Angela.
She wants: Mr. Nice. “I used to go for good-looking guys who turned out to be jerks. I just want a nice guy with a good sense of humor,” she says.
Favorite NYC spot: the Egyptian temple in the Met museum
T urn-on: sarcasm
Guilty pleasure: listening to ’90s boy band music
Celebrity look-alike: Anne Hathaway
Real estate acquisitions associate
She is: analytical. “I tend to get along with people who are more mathematical or scientific,” says Maggie.
She wants: the strong and silent type. “I wouldn’t want to date someone who is as talkative as I am,” she says.
Celebrity look-alike: Winona Ryder
Favorite NYC spot: the Standard Beer Garden
Biggest pet peeve: poor table manners
Turn-on: confidence with humility
Ideal date: “People watching or picnicking in Central Park”
She is: a foodie. “The first thing I did upon moving to the city was become a member of the James Beard Society,” says P.K.
She wants: “to branch out and meet people outside of my field.”
Biggest flaw: “I am a tragically bad speller,” says P.K.
Shocker! P.K.’s fantasy football team made the playoffs this year.
On her nightstand: “1Q84” by Haruki Murakami
Hobby lobby: “I knit, paint and draw,” she says.
Celebrity crush: Chace Crawford