The Bettys discovered that, come lunchtime, the popular chain Chipotle is overflowing with an inordinate number of very attractive men. From those with closely cropped hair in crisp business shirts of white and blue, to the sweaty, tan, muscled, t-shirt-clad crews of college guys, it's not just the food heating up the place!Upon hearing the good news, Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold told U.S. News & World Report:
"What a great way to kill two birds with one stone. Have lunch and meet hot guys at the same time. Our core customers are young, active, and sophisticated. While I never really thought of our restaurants as the go-to place to meet hot guys (or girls), given the nature of our customers, I'm not surprised that someone has connected those dots."(According to U.S. News, Chipotle's share values have not been affected by the Bettys' startling revelations.)
It doesn't take a half a brain to figure out that a guy who shops at WHOLE FOODS is probably pretty healthy (Translation: No couch potatoes, beer drinking, football watching, thinking he's got it going on here), is conscientious about something (Translation: The environment, animals, human rights, his mother) and likes to do the active things in life (Translation: Kayaking, hiking, international travel).Or he could just be, you know, a pretentious tool. But what do I know? To encourage their readers, the Bettys share inspiring tales of women who found true love at Whole Foods. And they offer tips about how to get the guy to notice you: "Worst case-scenario ... ram your cart into his - DISCREETLY!" (How to ram a cart discreetly remains a mystery.)
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