'Three beautiful, successful, beautiful and unmarried young men between 28 and 32 years, who is on holiday from the UNITED states and would like to meet some local girls.
Kontaktannoncen, as the three great fires father, Neil, in secret, had moved into the newspaper the New Zealand Herald before christmas, was by all accounts quite a few local girls to block his eyes. For the father has subsequently acquired more than 600 feedback from singles that want to meet the three sons.
It writes the Daily Mail Australia.
Neil took out avisannoncen immediately before the family vacation to New Zealand, and with the title, 'Hello parents', he turned to his ligesindende in Stillehavsstaten.
- We do not expect anything, but hope to be able to introduce our sons to New Zealand's sweet daughters. At least we can make our sons embarrassed, and the truth is, that we also may rejoice a little at it, wrote the father in the ad, after which he lit his e-mail address.
even before his departure went the ad viral on the internet, and the offers started to come in. The family had to travel 26. december, but already the 20. december told the father of the New Zealand Herald that he had received over 200 inquiries.
Neil planned to tell their three sons about the ad in the aircraft, but the overwhelming attention meant, unfortunately, that they discovered it already before departure. It tells the youngest of the sons, Benjamin.
- There were already written articles about it on the net, and our friends sent them to us. We think all it was fun, and we appreciate that he did it. It was a pretty funny joke. We were a little embarrassed to begin with, but it turned out to go really well, he says to the Daily Mail Australia.
Among the many inquiries saved up some girls, that meant it seriously. The three young men ended up therefore all to go on a date during the family's two-week-long holiday in New Zealand.
We went on some one-to-one dates. (New Zealand women, ed.) you are very intelligent, sweet and friendly people. We love their accent. They were fun, and everyone we met was cute, say Benjamin for the Daily Mail Australia.
Benjamin met, unfortunately, no, he clicked well with, but so did his older brother Matthew to return.
According to the Daily Mail Australia resulted kontaktannoncen also in a number of trysts for the whole family, where mother, father and the three sons met with the families from New Zealand.
his Son Benjamin is, therefore, all in all, happy father's contrivance, which according to him made it possible to meet a lot of people and gave a variety of experiences, the family would have otherwise not gotten.
And his father, yes, he is also well satisfied.
New Zealand has treated us really well - it is a beautiful country with wonderful, nice people. Yes, they (the sons, ed.) got some of the trysts and met some amazing people, and I met even some cute parents, says Neil to the Daily Mail Australia.