New York Doctor Offering Cosmetic Procedures in Exchange for Hot Dates

Dr. Emil Chynn, a successful ophthalmologist who runs a Park Avenue LASEK eye surgery practice, is offering to fix up the face of whoever manages to fix him up with the girl of his dreams. There is a small catch, though – Chynn is probably the pickiest bachelor in New York.

Even after paying tens of thousands of dollars to various high-end matchmaking services, and even offering to make a $10,000 charity donation in exchange for a romantic introduction, Emil Chynn has yet to meet his dream girl. But he’s not the type to give up easily, so now he has come up with another outrageous compensation plan for would-be matchmakers. The New York doctor promises to offer his professional services to whoever manages to fix him up with girls that match his strict criteria. He recently attended a networking event where he exchanged business cards with virtually all the participants. After compiling an extensive mailing list he sent a mass email to his new containing the details of his bizarre reward system and the dating parameters matchmakers must abide by.

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For a first date, Chynn will pay a $100 dollar reward to whoever sets it up. If things go well, and they go on a second date, the matchmaker will receive $200, or a free eyelash-enhancer Latisse treatment. The third date reward is $300 or a free Botox session, for the fourth he offers $400 or free Juvederm injections, and if he gets to a fifth date with one of the candidates, the lucky Cupid will receive either a free Lasek surgery on one eye worth $2,000 or $500 cash. It sounds like a sweet deal, especially if you know a lot of single women, but wait till you hear Dr. Chynn’s requirements.

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For Chynn to even consider going on a date with a woman his matchmakers suggest, she has to be between 27 and 35 years old (ideally 28-34), “Caucasian (not black, not Hispanic, not Asian)”, “Skinny (i.e. dress size 0-2, if you don’t know what that means (many men don’t) it means very skinny)”, “College graduate (doesn’t have to be a great school, but needs to have finished the degree)”, she must not have kids, but to want kids in the next 1-2 years, and live a healthy lifestyle, “defined as no smoking, no drugs, good diet, no hard drinking”. She must also be a Christian, someone who has spent time outside the US and lives in a city with over 1 million people, and she has to like pets. “These are my Hard (Objective) Dating Parameters which are NOT Flexible,” he wrote in the mass email. “This means I am only willing to pay for introductions if ALL these criteria are met, if you want to set me up w someone missing 1 of these criteria, I may accept, but will not pay for that.”

As you can imagine, the results so far have been disappointing. Ever since he sent the email, Emil Chynn has only had to set-ups, which he rejected because they didn’t meet all his requirements. “I’m not crazy,” he told the New York Post. “I just want someone who’s the right age and same the same sort of education and we’re compatible and loves me for me.” Good luck with that…


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  • Zion Posted on August 12, 2013

    “I’m not crazy,” he told the New York Post. “I just want someone who’s the right age and same the same sort of education and we’re compatible and loves me for me.”

    you sure you are not crazy?

  • Hind Posted on August 12, 2013

    I think it would be easier for him to find a catalog where he can buy “woman”. The woman he wants seems perfect, therefor she musn’t be an human being, he is going to for a long time. That guy is a joke.

  • Henry Posted on August 12, 2013

    GOOD LUCK with that! I honestly think that it would be difficult with those requirements!

  • shalako85 Posted on August 16, 2013

    For those who don’t know him, he is really a great guy and super generous. He’s donated roughly $100k to charity overtime, and serious about donating $10k to a charity of your choice if everything works out. He provided my lasek totally free of charge after I had jaw cancer. granted i’m a college buddy. But for folks who like good coffee talk, he is a fantastic conversationalist/debater. Don’t believe all you read in the spin cycle

  • Jubbergun Posted on August 17, 2013

    This wouldn’t be a story if the doctor in question were a woman. There isn’t much difference between this guy’s ridiculously high/stringent expectations and the ridiculously high/stringent expectations of women that I know (or have seen commenting on the internet). Unlike some of the women to whom I refer, he looks to be in good physical condition, is educated, and employed with what I will assume is an enviable income…which makes his expectations a lot less ridiculous than some who expect many of the same things but bring far less to the table.

  • SwissGuy Posted on August 17, 2013

    These requirements sound perfectly reasonable to me. If this is really so hard to find, I think the women of the US need to get their act together.

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