A close pal had enjoyed dating success online so she decided to give it a whirl.“She met such a nice guy and they’re living together now and getting married,” says Di Angelis.Maria Di Angelis was taken aback when the man she’d contacted through the website “Seeking Arrangement” dutifully informed her that he stretched Saran wrap over his bed linens because his girlfriend was getting “suspicious.” “I am washing the sheets too often,” said the Lower East Sider during their brief phone call.“But I’d like to put you on a salary of 0 for twice a week between 2 p.m.
Due to circumstances at the time I kept telling him to see others, duh!! According to Upper East Sider Di Angelis, it works more in theory than practice.The first man she met on SA said that in his experience, 50 percent of the girls he met were “complete prostitutes and another 20 percent are off their rockers.” (A spokesperson for Seeking Arrangement tells The Post: “Seeking Arrangement is a dating platform for people seeking elevated relationships.I felt hip and trendy.” Scores of messages poured in. If you could join me in this, I will be generous with $.” A married Upper East Side dad asked if she could “service” him between noon and p.m. He gave strict instructions that she wear a dress and have a French manicure and pedicure, for which he would reimburse her. After all, you are taking me for dinner in a beautiful place.’ ” Her date was stunned. I’ve never met a model or an actress who didn’t need anything.’ So I repeated, ‘I just don’t need anything.’ ” The pair went back to his apartment where, instead of initiating romance, he dished about the other women he’d met on SA.“I received nice emails, saying: ‘I really loved what you wrote in your profile’ and ‘you’re so beautiful, I’d love to meet you,’ ” she says. But, because I was the ‘new girl,’ I attracted a lot of weirdos.” They included a man who wrote: “Do you like electrocution? as his kids get home then and he’d promised to “make them a strawberry cake.” Others, one of whom sent penis shots, were more direct. “I painted my nails red and wore jeans and a sweater,” she says. As well as saying that he thought half of them were prostitutes and another 20 percent were crazy, he explained how he divided them into categories.