She doesn’t just go to the supermarket to go shopping …
Candidate Sabrina Bauer chatted cheerfully from the sewing box on Monday evening at “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”. Moderator Günther Jauch (65) told the single lady about a dating disaster that began very romantically at the vegetable counter.
So far, the executive assistant has looked rather unsuccessfully for the man for life. Apps like Tinder didn’t help her much. Because the profiles didn’t appeal to the attractive woman from Hamburg.
Sabrina reported to the curious quizmaster: “Everyone does stand-up paddling or put in avocado emojis to describe themselves. That’s where it ends for me. ”Others would even have written:“ I’m going to sign out today, just wanted to access it quickly. ”
With one or the other Tinder acquaintance, she met anyway, but it never wanted to radio. A chance encounter in the supermarket promised more. You and a young man grabbed peppers at the same time. “That connected immediately,” grinned Jauch’s candidate.
But even the first date was a flop, as she revealed. When they went to the bar together, the vegan first talked about his eating habits and then about his sparse beard. Sabrina zu Jauch: “I thought, because he is vegan, he lacks something in nutrients.” At the time, she recommended that the gentleman have his blood checked and assumed: “Maybe you have too much or too little of a hormone.”
The advice did not go down well with her counterpart, as the young woman remembers. It was followed by a cheeky contra. “He got up, looked at me and said: ‘If I look at certain parts of your body, I would recommend YOU a hormone test.’” After this saying she put her part of the bill on the table and left.
But that wasn’t the end of the story. Sabrina with an ironic undertone: “Two weeks later he apologized to me with three Buddhist sutras. I would say we are even. ”
Nevertheless, she sees the supermarket as the perfect place to get to know each other and hopes: “If that happens to you once, why not a second time.”
In the end, Bauer cleared 64,000 euros on the show and may have piqued the interest of some single men. When they said goodbye, Jauch promised: “We’ll pass everything on.”