Saturday, August 12, 2017

Wapo article about the Bloomingdale resident who set up six consecutive dates with six women

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While the rest of us were enthralled by the “Bachelorette” finale on Monday night, six women in Washington became unwitting participants in an epic dating game of their own.
Lisette Pylant met up with Justin Schweiger for a first date over drinks that evening, only to discover 45 minutes in that he’d double-booked. Or rather, she learned as the night went on, that he’d planned six consecutive dates at the same bar.
Pylant, 26, and the others became friends during the bizarre experience — yes, this is “John Tucker Must Die” in real life. And she took to Twitter to create a now-viral thread that documented the events as they unfolded. The night eventually attracted the attention of many national news outlets, including “Good Morning America,” as the story embodied society’s worst fears of what dating culture in the app age has become.

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