Sure, after hours of practice we could do it.” She adds, “But, there’s no way we could just go do it right now.” Alexa jokes, “I’m sure I’d probably yell at him, he’d yell at me, there’d be some leading issues. It’s not as easy as it was on the show because we had pros really pushing us in the right direction.” We’re pretty sure that it’d be a waltz worth watching though.You don't have permission to access /onlinedatingvideos/fakeprofiles/on this server.
The great thing about Schmidt’s online dating video profile is that you can relate to it, especially at the beginning when he talks about how nervous he is because this is his first video profile looking for a date.
With his relatable references to being an overweight child, to his off-the-wall quotes such as “Can someone please get my towel? When Schmidt talks about chutney, adding a whole extra syllable to make it “chuht-uh-nee.” He totally makes us want to integrate the word chutney into our daily lives. His very vocal love for his “‘mono.” Part of Schmidt’s schtick is cutting a word in half when you’d least expect it.
Who needs a “kimono” when you can just call it a “‘mono?
Photo Credit: 1855 “Der Westbote,” the local newspaper, described the villagers by saying that: “The people who live in these small houses work very hard.
You will not find silver on the doors, but you will find many little gardens which produce vegetables for the city’s market.