Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette
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Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette


This week’s most eligible bachelor and bachelorette are Andrew Mattingly and Casey Jones.Andrew is a junior in Delta Sigma Phi majoring in BCM. Casey is a sophomore studying public relations and strategic communication.

Favorite activities:

Casey: Hanging out with friends and family, going to concerts, tailgating for Purdue sporting events and being outdoors

Andrew: Spending time with my family and friends, cooking on the grill, camping, playing basketball with my buddies, dancing.

What are you looking for in guy/girl?

Casey: Kindness, intelligence, good-manners and someone who can make me laugh.

Andrew: A girl with a pretty eyes and a nice smile. She also has to be down to snuggle.

What are you currently looking for?

Casey: An unforgettable college experience!

Andrew: I’m looking for a dime, that’s top of the line, cute face little waist with a big…(well you know the rest).

Ideal date?

Casey: Something that I don't have to suggest or plan. Something the guy plans, and I just get to go along with it.

Andrew: Ordering some take out and watching a rom-com.  Snuggling is a must. Or watching a Cubs game at Wrigley.

Pet peeves?

Casey: When someone is rude and unthoughtful.

Andrew: When my brother puts the empty box of snacks back into the pantry. 

Last relationship?

Casey: In high school

Andrew: Never made them Facebook Official, so they didn’t exist.

Describe yourself in 3 adjectives?

Casey: Thoughtful, optimistic, spontaneous.

Andrew: Funny, Tall, Zesty.

Things you can't live without?

Casey: My family, my friends, my sisters, music, and chai tea lattes

Andrew: Definitely my Mom. Who else would I have call me on Sunday nights?

Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 10?

Casey: Finding a job that I enjoy going to everyday. 

Andrew: In 5 years I see myself working for a General Contractor or owning a pizza establishment called “Yum yums.” In 10 years hopefully I am retired and no longer a bachelor. 

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