Perfectly Matched Zodiacs Go On A Blind Date | Bustle

Perfectly Matched Zodiacs Go On A Blind Date | Bustle Relationships

(upbeat music) – You’re supposed to come in with your eyes closed. – [Johanna] I didn’t know that. – I was gonna close my eyes and do like the whole, like, “Open your eyes,” like wow! – I’m Johanna by the way. – Kevin. – [Both] Nice to meet you. (upbeat music) – Early riser or night owl? – Both. – Netflix and chill or go out all night? – Netflix and chill. – Nice. I don’t binge. – So you just watch one and you’re like, “I’m good?” – No, I could watch like two, maybe three max– – So that’s not binging? – Binging, to me, is like you– – Watch the whole season in one day. – Exactly! But I will say that The Office is a show that I can binge and not feel like that. – I’m actually not a fan of The Office. – We’re done here. – Yeah. – We’re done here. – I figured. – This was nice, it was amazing. (mumbles) oh yeah. Swag. – I think it’s great.

It just doesn’t grab me. I like cartoons. – Rick and Morty? – Not a huge fan of Rick and Morty either. – What are you doing to me? (upbeat music) Spiders, hate ’em. Centipedes, hate ’em. – Okay, centipedes are really nasty. – I use to be af… Actually, I no… No, I’m not gonna confess that.

Nope, never mind. This seems very weak. – Now you have to confess it, on camera. – When I was like… Oh yeah, yeah, cool. So when I was six, seven maybe, I used to be afraid of like moths and butterflies. – Butterflies? – Well, they look close enough like moths. No, let me tell you this horror story, right?

So I was six years old. My mom calls me from kitchen, she’s like, “The food’s done, come in.” I’m like, “All right, cool.” I go in there and then she like looks at me and like… It was like something I guess, like, on my butt.

And she’s like, “What’s that?” And I was like, “I don’t know, what are you talking about?” And then she like smacks it off, and its a moth like this freaking big just flies out, and I just looked at it and I was like, “Okay.” – Moths are so nice. – Nah, hate ’em. – Wow, butterflies. – You know the botanical garden? – Yeah, yeah. – Sometimes they’ll have like a bunch of butterflies and all that? I ran through that as a kid. I was just like, “Nope.” – Like I went to the botanical gardens and I had to be airlifted because I couldn’t stand the (beep) butterflies. (upbeat music) Okay, so tell me about your last relationship. How long did it last? – Two years. – That’s a long time in New York. – That is a long– – That’s like 10 years. – I’ve done close to that. – Oh my God! – Yeah. – Details, details. – Nah, she was…

Now looking at it, she was a little bit of a toxic person. But you don’t ever see that just because– – You’re in it. – Yeah, you’re in it and you wanna make the person sometimes feel better about themselves if they’re struggling with something. How’d your last relationship go? – Ended very badly. – Oh shit, really? – Super bad. I’ve only just recently started dating guys that are my age. I was always dating guys that were like 10, 11, 15 years older.

What? What? – No, no, nah. Just why? – Daddy issues, duh.

Like what the (beep)? That’s why people do it, you want someone to take care of you. – True, but do you not feel like you can get that from someone who’s like the same age group? – I think that you have to discover yourself. You have to figure out unhealthy patterns and attack them. – Interesting. – I need people who will like look at their bullshit, attack their bullshit, defeat it, some of it, before I can be like, “All right.” I’m always like, “So tell me about your childhood.” – Are you? – Yes. – I actually like delving into someone’s psyche.

I love doing that too. – You have to! – Yeah. – ‘Cause otherwise– – You may just be dating a serial killer. – Yeah. (upbeat music) I literally just got my period, just now. – That’s… That’s fun. I actually was confused about that. I didn’t know if… How it worked.

Like, if you went to sleep… If the period was like the Tooth Fairy or like Santa, you go to sleep and wake up, you’ve got it, or if it just, like, while you’re walking, it just get to you. – So sometimes, it’s like that but other times it’s like you’re asleep and then you just wake up because you’re in immense pain. And you’re like, “Oh yeah, that’s what’s happening.” Like, I started feeling it at like five a.m. – You were up since five a.m.? – No, I was awoken by my own body. – Oh, it awoke you, okay.

Got it. – It was like, “right on time with the full moon, baby. “I’m back!” I was like, “No, no.” – So what does it mean if I awake at five a.m. and my body’s like, full moon. – No, it’s not the same. – It’s not the same thing? – No. – No? – No. – What if I like have to… – No. – My stomach really hurts… – No, no, no, no. – I have to use the bathroom? It’s the same– – No, no. No. – It’s kind of like if you thought about the pain of like…

No? – No. (upbeat music) – I’m like whatever about marriage. I want to get married too but to me, I don’t think it’s as important. I can be in a eight year relationship, have kids and still kinda have that marriage feel without having to do the ceremony. – So you wouldn’t like just pick up and leave after our baby was born or something like that? – No, no, never. I would never…

(upbeat music) – You’re supposed to come in with your eyes closed. – [Johanna] I didn’t know that. – I was gonna close my eyes and do like the whole, like, “Open your eyes,” like wow! – I’m Johanna by the way. – Kevin. – [Both] Nice to meet you. (upbeat music) – Early riser or night owl? – Both. – Netflix and chill or go out all night? – Netflix and chill. – Nice. I don’t binge. – So you just watch one and you’re like, “I’m good?” – No, I could watch like two, maybe three max– – So that’s not binging? – Binging, to me, is like you– – Watch the whole season in one day. – Exactly! But I will say that The Office is a show that I can binge and not feel like that. – I’m actually not a fan of The Office. – We’re done here. – Yeah. – We’re done here. – I figured. – This was nice, it was amazing. (mumbles) oh yeah. Swag. – I think it’s great.

It just doesn’t grab me. I like cartoons. – Rick and Morty? – Not a huge fan of Rick and Morty either. – What are you doing to me? (upbeat music) Spiders, hate ’em. Centipedes, hate ’em. – Okay, centipedes are really nasty. – I use to be af… Actually, I no… No, I’m not gonna confess that.

Nope, never mind. This seems very weak. – Now you have to confess it, on camera. – When I was like… Oh yeah, yeah, cool. So when I was six, seven maybe, I used to be afraid of like moths and butterflies. – Butterflies? – Well, they look close enough like moths. No, let me tell you this horror story, right?

So I was six years old. My mom calls me from kitchen, she’s like, “The food’s done, come in.” I’m like, “All right, cool.” I go in there and then she like looks at me and like… It was like something I guess, like, on my butt.

Perfectly Matched Zodiacs Go On A Blind Date | Bustle Dating

And she’s like, “What’s that?” And I was like, “I don’t know, what are you talking about?” And then she like smacks it off, and its a moth like this freaking big just flies out, and I just looked at it and I was like, “Okay.” – Moths are so nice. – Nah, hate ’em. – Wow, butterflies. – You know the botanical garden? – Yeah, yeah. – Sometimes they’ll have like a bunch of butterflies and all that? I ran through that as a kid. I was just like, “Nope.” – Like I went to the botanical gardens and I had to be airlifted because I couldn’t stand the (beep) butterflies. (upbeat music) Okay, so tell me about your last relationship. How long did it last? – Two years. – That’s a long time in New York. – That is a long– – That’s like 10 years. – I’ve done close to that. – Oh my God! – Yeah. – Details, details. – Nah, she was…

Now looking at it, she was a little bit of a toxic person. But you don’t ever see that just because– – You’re in it. – Yeah, you’re in it and you wanna make the person sometimes feel better about themselves if they’re struggling with something. How’d your last relationship go? – Ended very badly. – Oh shit, really? – Super bad. I’ve only just recently started dating guys that are my age. I was always dating guys that were like 10, 11, 15 years older.

What? What? – No, no, nah. Just why? – Daddy issues, duh.

Like what the (beep)? That’s why people do it, you want someone to take care of you. – True, but do you not feel like you can get that from someone who’s like the same age group? – I think that you have to discover yourself. You have to figure out unhealthy patterns and attack them. – Interesting. – I need people who will like look at their bullshit, attack their bullshit, defeat it, some of it, before I can be like, “All right.” I’m always like, “So tell me about your childhood.” – Are you? – Yes. – I actually like delving into someone’s psyche.

I love doing that too. – You have to! – Yeah. – ‘Cause otherwise– – You may just be dating a serial killer. – Yeah. (upbeat music) I literally just got my period, just now. – That’s… That’s fun. I actually was confused about that. I didn’t know if… How it worked.

Like, if you went to sleep… If the period was like the Tooth Fairy or like Santa, you go to sleep and wake up, you’ve got it, or if it just, like, while you’re walking, it just get to you. – So sometimes, it’s like that but other times it’s like you’re asleep and then you just wake up because you’re in immense pain. And you’re like, “Oh yeah, that’s what’s happening.” Like, I started feeling it at like five a.m. – You were up since five a.m.? – No, I was awoken by my own body. – Oh, it awoke you, okay.

Got it. – It was like, “right on time with the full moon, baby. “I’m back!” I was like, “No, no.” – So what does it mean if I awake at five a.m. and my body’s like, full moon. – No, it’s not the same. – It’s not the same thing? – No. – No? – No. – What if I like have to… – No. – My stomach really hurts… – No, no, no, no. – I have to use the bathroom? It’s the same– – No, no. No. – It’s kind of like if you thought about the pain of like…

No? – No. (upbeat music) – I’m like whatever about marriage. I want to get married too but to me, I don’t think it’s as important. I can be in a eight year relationship, have kids and still kinda have that marriage feel without having to do the ceremony. – So you wouldn’t like just pick up and leave after our baby was born or something like that? – No, no, never. I would never…

That’s… And I love my father now, like we have a good relationship now, but he did that to me, I would never do that to someone else. – I think that’s our generation of dads’ big issue. – Yeah. – I think generations of dads now are like so in their kids life and like, you wanna be the best dad ever. Such a huge, conscious shift. – Yeah. – It’s kinda cool, but interesting. I always think that guys who are like, “Yeah, I’m gonna be there, I’m gonna be there.” And they’re like as soon as the baby’s born, they get scared and run away. – No, not me at all.

In fact, that person, her mother was like a foster mother so she would sometimes foster kids. – Foster other kids? – Yeah, yeah. I completely fell in love with these two kids that she had for a year or two, or whatever. And they went back to their mom but then that didn’t work out so they are back in the system.

Legit, I feel like those were my kids and I lost my kids. My goal now is to be well enough off that if I can’t adopt them, at least make sure that they’re set. – That’s nice. – Find a way to reconnect. (upbeat music) – Do you feel sexy? – Do I feel sexy? – Yeah, do you feel sexy? – Don’t put me on like a Calvin Klein underwear– – I’m not asking you what other people think. I’m asking how you feel. – How I think of myself? I do think that there’s…

Like, I’m sexy. – Oh, that’s great. – I don’t know if I would do me. – You wouldn’t do what? – Nothing, nope. – What? – I said I don’t know if I would actually do, like… – Oh, you wouldn’t do you? – If I like… You know what I’m saying, like, if was cloned? – Like if you were you but a clone, would you do you? – Yeah, if I was me, like a clone, would I? Exactly. – You wouldn’t do you? – Well, for starters, I’m not a chick so no. – I would definitely do me. – [Producer] I think what she was asking was do you feel there is sexual energy between you? – Between us, yeah. – Oh, I’m just gonna be honest with you. Not entirely, no.

I didn’t get that. – I feel definitely more, like, cool. Like, we can talk for hours and hours and hours. – Yeah, 100%. – I’m not getting like, “Ooh, what you doing later?” – Yeah, I get it, (stammers). – “Hey.” – Totally working on me now. Now the energy is shifting. – Is it working? – Is it working? – Now the energy is shifting, wait a second. (upbeat music) You go first.

I already know this answer. – Okay. – No, you go first then since you know the answer. – No, no, no, no. – Since you can read my mind. – No, no, not your answer. My answer, I know mine. – Okay, so first you announce your answer. – No, no, no, no. – No, no, no. – Ladies first. – I’ve been first like three times. – All right, so would I? I personally would just because this isn’t the ideal place for a first date. – So like, you wouldn’t have a first date on camera? – No, for the world to watch me and just get played out? No. What was your answer?

Be honest, don’t even like switch up your answer just based off what I said. – I’m not switching my answer. – Go for it. – I don’t think I would go on a second date. – Solid. – Just because I don’t feel romantically connected. I feel like cool, like we’re chill. Like, we could hang out anytime but I don’t think that we would be into each other in a romantic way. – The second you said that you didn’t like The Office– – Okay, no.

The second you said that you were scared of butterflies, come on. – I was six!

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