You know, I admit to having tried this line when I was around 20. I also admit to having struck out so many times with it that the Mendoza line looked like Mt. Everest. Ok, I didn’t really use it more than once or twice, but I liked being able to refer to the Mendoza line.
“NEW YORK (Reuters) – A Manhattan fertility specialist has been sued by two women who say he broke their hearts after meeting them through an online dating site on which he pretended to be single.
In their lawsuits the two women, Tiffany Wang and Jing Huang, accused Dr. Khaled Zeitoun, 46, of pretending to be single and using mind games to entice them into sexual relationships with tales of past lives.
According to court papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court and made public this week, Zeitoun is married with three children. Wang said she met him in March 2001 through a Web site on which he said he was single and had never married.
“Zeitoun claimed he and Wang had been married to each other in previous lives,” Wang’s lawsuit said, adding that the doctor told her he had mistreated her in that life and “searched for her in this lifetime to correct his past mistakes.”