NYC Prep: Camille Explains Why She Struggles to Find a Boyfriend
NYC Prep: Camille Explains Why She Struggles to Find a Boyfriend
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
As someone who takes her studies very seriously, Camille has always struggled to improve her social life. She's also constantly on the lookout for a boyfriend even though no one seems to meet her impossibly high standards, despite the bevy of suitors knocking on her door.

In the fourth episode of NYC Prep, viewers witnessed Camille as she tried to jump into the dating scene and go out with Dan, one of PC's senior buddies. But as you all know, the date didn't exactly go as expected. Camille struggled to find conversational topics and her frustration escalated when she found out that Dan doesn't know what he wants to major in and is only into partying when it comes to college.


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But while most viewers found Camille and Dan's date stagnant and awkward, Camille had a different perspective.

"Speaking of sweet and endearing those would definitely be two words that I wouldn't use to describe my attitude towards Dan during our date," Camille wrote on her blog. "I will fully admit that I didn't make it easy for him to talk to me, but everyone should understand that sometimes first dates can sometimes be awkward and that feeling of discomfort is elevated when there are four cameras filming your every move! Like PC, who enjoys saying audacious things when times get awkward, I seem to get a touch sarcastic when things get awkward and boring. It is a very bad habit, and I'm working on it, but sometimes being a little mean can make things more interesting - but only if you explain your actions to the other party later. I think both Dan and I realized that the date was lacking in conversation but we did get a chance to talk about it afterwards so there are no hard feelings."

Meanwhile, Camille acknowledges that when it comes to finding a boyfriend, her expectations are a bit high.

"The majority of girls I know who live in the city do not have a boyfriend. When you live in New York, you are constantly meeting new people and expanding your friend circles based on the sheer concentration of individuals. At least for me, when you are always meeting new guys, it is hard to think about settling down with one for your high school years. I guess that's what I meant by 'high standards' not necessarily that I'd never considering dating anyone 'subbut it is my nature not to settle down and have a boyfriend, so if I were to ever have one in high school he would have to be someone I was truly infatuated with," she added.



-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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