Real estate dating is dating harder for smart people
Taylor said: “When we first got together I was very insecure, I felt everyone was staring or questioning us, but that was only because it was new.
“People stare at us, but I think it’s because when we are both dressed up we are a good-looking couple.” Taylor admits that she was surprised they got engaged and then tied the knot last year, in an intimate 25-person ceremony in Cancun, Mexico.
The pair from Phoenix, Arizona, USA, started flirting at a bar five-years-ago but never expected their ‘rebound fling’ to turn into marriage.She said: “We found out we had a lot in common, but I don’t think either of us expected we would get married.We thought it would be a rebound thing for us both.“We’ve only had one experience of people confusing our relationship, it was when we closed on our California home, the notary said, ‘Your daughter can fill this out or sign here’ “We started laughing and Kern told her, ‘she’s my wife’ and the notary felt stupid.
“At the beginning my parents were kind of concerned, my mom was upset that this was my friend’s dad, but they know I’ve always dated older men.One of those dates is with real estate agent Nick (26), who many on Twitter seemed to find charming. At one point he stops her from telling a 9 minute joke about Greek mythology (WTF? #Dating Around— Mimi (@Mo Alabbs) February 15, 2019 But like..are we punishing this girl for finding unwanted advances a deal breaker? She's not "full of herself," she's protecting herself.