The response is surprising. I get this rant about how everyone always wants to have sex with him because he's so desirable (his description, not mine). He's attractive, but no supermodel. In fact, for a personal trainer, he needs to hit the weights a little harder while running on the treadmill to burn off those excess carb calories.
After the date, I'm scanning the local weekly paper (I read them from back to front) and notice some sex/adult ads. One of them is a "men's spa" that offers relaxation and... release. Below the name of the business are a series of headless torsos and one looks very familiar. It's K. How do I know this? Not only does he have this photo online, but the "stage name" used is his last name.
Interesting. The guy who complains about people wanting him for his sex is actually a sex worker. He gets paid to be intimate with men, yet he has an issue when guys (on the street, for example) treat him as if he's an object of desire. Hypocrite. And idiot.