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    Tony - Bachelorette 8



    Age: 31

    Occupation: Lumber Trader

    Hometown: Beaverton, OR

    What is your most embarrassing moment?
    Hopped a small fence on the Vegas strip, caught my slacks, ripped my pants all the way off with a big crowd watching. Glad I didn't go commando that day!

    If you wanted to approach a woman you had never met before, how would you go about it?
    I wouldn't just come up and say "Hi, I'm Tony." I would compliment her or if she was looking at a menu, I would say something about it that was funny. Humor is the best ice breaker.

    Do you consider yourself romantic and why?
    Very much so, because when I am with someone who I think is very special, I'm always thinking about romantic things I can do for them.

    What is your favorite journey?
    Life! It's definitely a journey, and I love everything it has to offer!

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Just once I would like to read where someone said they weren't romantic. I know not all men are romantic so the odds are against every single one of these bachelors being romantic.

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Doesn't do a thing for me.

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Me neither.
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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Same here. He seems kind of creepy and clingy to me.
    Ask me to show you poetry in motion, and I will show you a horse.

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Ditto. And he seems needy. I can't stand needy men ... or women <<coughEmilycough>>

    She's too needy herself to want a needy man. There would be a constant neediness competition.

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Needy - that's exactly how he comes across. A neediness competition - lol Now that would make for an ugly relationship!
    Ask me to show you poetry in motion, and I will show you a horse.

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Nope, doesn't do a thing for me either. I did think the Miss Piggy impression was funny though.
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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    He really did nail the Kermit voice, didn't he? Or was that Ms. Piggy? I confess I wasn't paying that much attention at that point.

    Although if it was him doing Ms. Piggy, that would just be kind of weird, no?

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    Re: Tony - Bachelorette 8

    Such drama in missing his son. He could call him every night and he kept asking if his son missed him. I don't think he did! He is only 5 and doesn't connect with that emotion. And he was probably with his mother and just fine. Good move in letting him go. There was no connection there at all that I saw, anyway. I think the drama was part of a ploy to woo Emily, as well.
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