A guy “in love” with Eugenie Bouchard has scored a date with the tennis star after a bold move on social media paid off big time.https://t.co/VGEB0s3iTA
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Once he was on the call, Menery – who appeared somewhat over-refreshed – continued to pour on the platitudes in his bid to woo Bouchard, calling her “a smokeshow.”
“We’re going to have to figure that out as we go along, Genie. We don’t really know yet, OK, so we’ll take it slow,” Menery said when asked how he would make his move from there onwards.
Menery then disappeared from the conversation only to pop up again in Bouchard’s direct messages, resorting to the tried-and-tested “Netflix and chill” line in a bid to tempt the tennis stunner into a date.
As the Instagram discussion between LaForce – who is married to baseball star Joe Smith of the Houston Astros – and Bouchard continued, Menery then returned with the promise of a donation to charity to seal his chance of a date.
After offering $500 for the privilege, LaForce said Menery would need to up that offer to $3,000 to be of real help to the Project Frontline charity she and her husband have partnered with to deliver meals to healthcare workers during the Covid-19 crisis.
Menery duly agreed, with Bouchard then saying she would honor the terms.
“You’re also helping me, being a matchmaker for me because I clearly need one,” Bouchard told LaForce.
“I agreed, yes, of course. I want to be part of this [date].”
Menery than added the somewhat bizarre clause that he would put another $1,000 in the charity pot if Bouchard agreed to order food in a British accent during the date, prompting LaForce to question whether that was due to some “sexual fetish.”
After Menery reassured the pair that the clip would simply be to share with his social media followers, Bouchard reluctantly agreed, saying“I’m going to say yes but I have no skill whatsoever in imitating accents.”
The deal was not quite sealed however as the discussion turned to exactly how Bouchard and Menery would manage to hold their date during these times of social-distancing and coronavirus curbs.
Menery belatedly tried to haggle Bouchard down to $1,600 for a FaceTime date or $2,200 for virtual one of another kind, offering the full $4,000 for a face-to-face rendezvous.
“I feel like there’s a value on me right now. I’m worth more!” Bouchard replied uncomfortably.
The discussion concluded with Bouchard promising that the pair would “DM about it” to arrange the final price and details.
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