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Thursday, February 1, 2007

C-Notes' Most Eligible Bachelor

Posted By on Thu, Feb 1, 2007 at 5:24 PM

Patrick Meehan: Love toy for the League of Women Voters crowd.
Attention ladies: Patrick Meehan is only in town for a few nights. Hailing from the Uniontown, Pennsylvania, the paralegal is criss-crossing the country in a rented van for no discernable reason. His interests include . . . well, we don't really know what his interests are. We just pulled him off the street in front of our office, where he was strolling while munching on some sort of salted nut product. But CHECK OUT THOSE PANTS! Any guy willing to walk around proudly displaying some tight-fitting, quadricolored corduroy pants is obviously capable of pleasuring an entire chapter of the League of Women Voters. Meehan told us that 80 percent of people he meets think the pants, which he claims are made by Ralph Lauren (Ralph Lauren declined to comment for this story), are stylish. About 19 percent think the pants are freakin' weird, and the other 1 percent are stuffed inside a freezer in his apartment. Meeeoooowwww!!!!! — Jared Klaus

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