Is This “Single Girls Want To Meet European Men” Video For Real?

I’ve watched this video three times to try to figure out if recent Vanderbilt cheerleader/graduate Katherine Chloe Cahoon is serious, and I still can’t tell. Well, I watched it once while laughing so hard that vodka came out my nose, and then I watched it twice more, so I’m not sure the first viewing really counts. But, oh, God, “he’s like Albert Einstein in a Lance Armstrong’s body!” And then she wears a dress thats it look as though she’s about to tear out Alexis Carrington’s hair in the grand foyer.

So, basically, this is the best dating video in the history of the world.

And she has a blog! SHE HAS A BLOG!

Now, look, as someone who has dated European Men (line up for advice, ladies) I have to say, not really my bag. I hated being stared at blankly and having to explain myself when I said things like “He’s an Alex P. Keaton type” or “that came out of left field!” My idioms, I found, were important to me. But even if they weren’t, I don’t really understand fetishizing a group of men just because they have cool accents. Wouldn’t it matter more that they had interests similar to yours that they could communicate with cool accents? No. No, guess not. - Jezebel

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    • Leah

      Unfortunately I’m not drinking vodka right now (my boss frowns on it at work), but I definitely just spit hot tea on myself when the American guy took his shirt off to prove that he’s a “stallion”. Oh. My. God.

    • Mary


    • Mary

      Oh, and is the number one tip something like “Be in Europe”? Or does that make too much sense?

      • Leah

        Yeah, seriously! She didn’t mention anything about location at all. Where am I suppose to meet that Italian Stallion!?

    • Maria Cirillo

      Before you pass judgment, read The Single Girl’s Guide to Meeting European Men! There is a chapter on Italy and 19 other European countries. This book is intelligent, funny and informative. It’s a quick, fun read. There is something for every type of girl. It’s hands down one of my favorite books.

    • Chloe

      Now now, mustn’t make fun of the mentally disabled.