I consider myself a spiritual person, above all. The thought is intrinsic in my naturetalk to my friends about any topic seems necessary to me”, with these words Pablo introduced himself this Monday, September 19, in the restaurant of ‘First Dates’a brief introduction that made it clear to viewers that this was no ordinary 22-year-old boy.

“I am a student of Philosophy, it is something that I am quite passionate about,” he added immediately before Charles Sovereignwho was interested in knowing why he had chosen such a reviled career in recent years: “Philosophy is useful for thinking, forming thought, reasoning, critical thinking…these are things that should be reinforced. That is why I would like to be a teacher in the future, to be able to instill that in my students,” said the young man.

With this on the table, the presenter then wanted to know what he was looking for at the ‘dating show’, with Pablo offering him an answer that caught him off guard: “I would like to find a person who fulfills me, who can share a trip with her, who can argue with her well“.

Pablo, in ‘First Dates’. (Four)

“Arguing with her okay?!” Sobera said, remarkably surprised, unable to contain a laugh at the unexpected departure of the bachelor.. “Yes, not to discuss in the negative sense of the word”, she nuanced when she saw the face of Mediaset’s face. “There are discussions that can be very positive,” Matías Roure added then, an assessment that seemed to convince Carlos: “Yes, discuss philosophically. That’s cool. Nobody, until now, had ever said such a nice thing.”

His date for that night was Alba, a 19-year-old girl who was very shy, something that, at first, put Pablo off a bit. Still, the two got to know each other throughout the evening, but the connection didn’t seem to emerge between them. Much less when the young woman was a little disinterested in politics, which undoubtedly set off all the alarms in him.

Photo: Magda, impressed with one of the anecdotes of her date.  (Media set)
“Earth, swallow me”: a single woman from ‘First Dates’ can’t believe the brutality of her date

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In front of her, he tried not to show his disappointment, despite the fact that he made her see that it was important for him that people get involved in politics, since, after all, everything in life is defined by it. However, in the intimacy of the program’s confessional, he was more forceful: “That someone is not interested in politics or does not want to talk about it is a red alert for me, because I want to meet you after all. Tell me your political position or some ideas that you defend for me is already politics. I do not want to be the pedant of politics or the person-in-law who is going to condition you to join a union, but politics is very important in my day to day because it is linked to thinking”.

At this point it was already clear that they would not have a future together, but Alba seemed oblivious to it, since in ‘The Final Decision’ she was committed to continuing to get to know him: “I found him to be a very interesting boy.” He, on the other hand, was clear that, romantically, there would be nothing between them, choosing to give him some politically correct pumpkins: “I’ve had a good time with you, but I haven’t felt the ‘feeling’ I need to continue getting to know you as a couple. Now, as friends, we hang out whenever you want!”

I consider myself a spiritual person, above all. The thought is intrinsic in my naturetalk to my friends about any topic seems necessary to me”, with these words Pablo introduced himself this Monday, September 19, in the restaurant of ‘First Dates’a brief introduction that made it clear to viewers that this was no ordinary 22-year-old boy.

Source: Elconfidencial

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