Here’s a fun story that’s being making the rounds courtesy of a Guest of a Guest. It involves one of the contestants David Yontef ostensibly claiming that the show’s producers do not do a background check to determine if you actually fit the criteria that has made Millionaire Matchmaker the fin de sicle of yearning brides to be- that is that you are actually a millionaire.
Geesh kids, are you shocked and gushing like us? You know life isn’t fair when the hot dude strutting in front of you isn’t a certified millionaire. In fact tear drops are gushing in the water basin as we look out the window. Boo Hoo!
guestofaguest : Yontef, CEO of Advertising Executives Inc., an executive recruitment firm for the pharmaceutical advertising industry, claims he owns a $5 million property with no mortgage and has an additional $1 million in cash. Other contestants, he claims are not so lucky.
Wow, kids, I’m kind if gushing- it sounds like Yontef might be our collective wet dream, and you know how much we all like wet dreams. Mucho grande.
He claims that Bravo does not check bank accounts or tax returns in order to verify whether contestants are millionaires.
“I honestly think that if you portray yourself as wonderful and fabulous, and wealthy,” he said.”I think you could get on this show even if you are completely not a millionaire.”
Yontef estimated that 50 % of the contests do not actually have $1 million, and I asked him to be more specific.
“You’re really gonna go there and ask me who I don’t think is a millionaire?” he yelped.
But he needed little prompting before naming Stacy Kessler, Doug Kepanis, and Jason Teich as shams.
Shams? Mercy me- the show is a sham? Isn’t that like saying it’s just one big hyperbole wet dream making dizzier passes at an empty universe. Kids if a millionaire can’t love you- should you let a faux millionaire love you?
And courtesy of nickypapers :
More importantly, it should still be recognized that they’ve sought the help of Patti Stanger in an effort to fight off the painful realities of becoming “Old, Emotionally Broke, and Brutally Honest”-regardless of how much money they really have or claim to have tied- up in real estate.
Life is scary in 2011 after all. Blah!