This Subway Romeo Seeks Kinky Party Girl Juliet in Epic Tear-Tab Flyer

Posted on: March 15th, 2016 at 9:30 am by
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Some dude named Malik, who’s employed and loves trips to Coney Island, seeks a companion who likes to get down.

This week, the so-called “subway Romeo” pasted tear-tab flyers around the IND line seeking love. We spotted this on the uptown D. The handwritten bills are long-winded dating advertisements, and a source of moderate entertainment. (Although, we wouldn’t be surprised if this is a marketing ploy.)

Malik painstakingly lists requirements for his perfect match. Traits range from comical to kinky. He wants an independent, “disease free” girl who is employed, loves the New York Rangers, occasionally drinks, but is also “very promiscuous” (enjoys “3-somes” and “4-somes”) and is a good kisser. Porn stars are reportedly welcome, but not hookers.

“Long, red-polished fingernails” are also sought. So, if this dude seems like your catch, his phone number is visible in the photo.

If you go on a date with him, drop us a line

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