Perhaps it’s no surprise that women aren’t throwing themselves at his feet.
An online dating ad by an Australian man who reportedly hasn’t yet lost his virginity — ahem, made his sexual debut — has raised eyebrows after revealing that his ideal lover should have zero sexperience as well.
Daniel Piechnick, 41, first posted the soulmate-seeking adverts on various websites in 2016, but they’re going viral now as the Adelaide resident has — go figure — still yet to make whoopie, News.com.au reported.
The unconventional advertisement, posted to his site SingleGuyFromAdelaide.com, starts out innocently enough, with the professional board-game designer describing how he’s never found someone to punch his V-card.
“When I was younger, I spent all my time on business,” explained Piechnick, who won the Australian Scrabble Championship in 2014 and was a chairman of his regional Mensa. “I didn’t really have time for a partner, and I didn’t really look.”
Despite meeting some “nice young women,” he hasn’t yet found “the right one.”
What would “the right one” entail? The Magic: The Gathering champion explains that he wants someone who has also saved herself for when “the time was right.”
However, Piechnick was shocked after discovering that his “lady in waiting” prospects were apparently few and far between.
“What I realized is that no one really does that,” rued the devastated brainiac. “It’s really difficult to find someone who hasn’t had a partner, or hooked up before.”
The crestfallen fellow added that he initially embarked on his digital paramour pilgrimage because he wanted to locate “someone to do everything, right from the start, with.”
Aside from being romantically chaste, Piechnick’s life partner should be someone “bright” who enjoys using their mind for “intellectual conversations,” he said. Age doesn’t matter to the “internet entrepreneur,” who describes himself as boasting a youthful appearance despite having “the experience and wisdom of someone older.”
Piechnick concluded the commercial by imploring prospective paramours to get in touch.
“So, if you think you’d like to meet me, please get in contact; I’d love to hear from you,” Piechnick said. Interested women can either email the brainy bachelor or message him via Skype or Telegram, per his site.
Suffice it to say, the intellectual incel’s love hunt garnered plenty of vitriol, with one detractor scoffing in his site’s comments: “So you’re basically looking for a virgin gal …. men these days smh.”
Another wondered if the advert was actually “fake af.” However, other commenters offered words of encouragement.
“You seem like a very genuine person, I wish you best of luck!” fawned one newfound fan, while another wrote, “It’s really hard to find a good and educated man like yourself these day [sic], If you were younger I would have really gone for you since you’re my ideal type. Good luck on your search.” Still another supporter cheered him on, writing, “I wish you luck! May your perfect smart scrabble queen find you!”
Perhaps Piechnick should consider contacting New Yorker Lianne Stokes, who waited until she was 30 to take the hanky-panky plunge.
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