Share this article Share But she said she did not blame Merkur - whom she described as 'a really nice guy who wanted to get serious about a girl' - for creating the spreadsheet. He's a lucky guy,' she said. Instead she said she blamed Arielle, the girl who Merkur had sent the spreadsheet to 'as she worked with spreadsheets a lot too'.
Arielle, described as 'very pretty, sweet and down to earth' on the document, then sent it to her friends. He wanted to find a cool girl and was reaching out to her. I think she was uncool. Now my details are being posted all over blogs and my phone is ringing and ringing.
I should send her my phone bill. A successful makeup artist for the last ten years, she is busy launching her new private company with her partner Saby Hedeman, she said, which is based in New York City. I hope this email doesn't backfire, because I really had a great time and hope to hang again soon: David Merkur emailed the spreadsheet to one of his dates who forwarded it to her friends, adding: MailOnline has blurred out this personal information to protect the girls' identities.
Arielle then emailed her friends: I went on a date with this guy last wednesday. Dating Dave who is not the man pictured in this photo felt too time-starved to not keep a spreadsheet, he said 'On the date, he tells me that he has a spreadsheet for tracking all of the people from Match that are 'in process. For some strange reason, he actually does. Just when I thought I had seen it all It detailed sent text messages and email exchanges as well as the venues in which Dave and his date met.
The document detailed his thoughts on the women's physical appearances, giving each a score out of ten, with some being awarded a 7. Arranged in alphabetical order, Arielle, the woman he sent the email to, is top of the list.
Not concerned with playing it cool, he failed to remove his thoughts on her including: Despite this, he did not think to remove flattering details about his other dates including top scores for appearances, and the fact he'd 'hooked up' with one of the girls at a party.
In a second page, he lists the women he has met through friends, rather than the dating website. With these women, he had the forethought to remove their identities. He added in the email to Arielle: He explained his thought process. I work long days, go to the gym, go out on a couple of midweek dates or what not, get home late My comments aren't malicious or mean. This was an honest attempt to stay organised.
He kept taking his glasses off and then putting them on again. She recalled Merkur correctly identifying her designer handbag during their date, which probably led to the tag.
Speaking with the Post, Merkur added: