Ladies, He’s Single! New York Doctor Offers Surgery for Dates With Young, Thin, Ivy-League, Christian Women

New York eye doctor Emil Chynn is a hopeless romantic.

For a first date, he’ll shell out a $100 reward. He’ll offer free eyelash-enhancer Latisse or pay $200 for the second date; he’ll offer free Botox or pay $300 for a third date; he’ll offer free Juvederm injections or $400 for a fourth date; and free Lasek surgery on one eye worth $2,000 or $500 cash for a fifth date.

But Chynn, 47, has his standards. He won’t even consider dating any applicants unless they confirm that they meet the following criteria.

“Very skinny” dress size 0-2, white, aged 27-35, graduate of an Ivy League school, “Type B” personality (not “Type A” like him), and a rating of 8 or 9 on a 1-to-10 attractiveness scale. …  [S]pent time outside of the United States and … has lived in a city of more than 1 million people.

Oh, and another non-negotiable requirement:

She must also be a Christian.

Can you feel the Jesusy love emanating from Dr. Chynn’s approach to finding a mate?

He’s previously tried to get acquainted with marriageable women through the classified ads. There, too, Chynn had something to give besides his own sweet self: he offered a $10,000 charity donation to successful matchmakers.

Hopeless romantic, indeed.

About Terry Firma

Terry Firma, though born and Journalism-school-educated in Europe, has lived in the U.S. for the past 20-odd years. Stateside, his feature articles have been published in the New York Times, Reason, Rolling Stone, Playboy, and Wired. Terry is the founder of Moral Compass, a now dormant site that poked fun at the delusional claim by people of faith that a belief in God equips them with superior moral standards. He joined Friendly Atheist in 2013.