Patrick: So today, we have a special episode. I brought in two of my good friends Kelly Nishimoto from LA as well as Antonio Centeno from Wisconsin complete different places. And, I brought them in because, you know, I've been struggling with something and publicly I'm going to admit to this and it's kind of — it's kind of strange for me to admit to this.
My good friend Paul Escarcega, we’ve been trying to get Paul to go on a date and close and get him to be more fashionable. And I have to find some miracle worker, so I, you know, roam around the street as Kelly makes miracles happens and obviously Antonio makes miracles happen.
So, Paul why don’t we have you come and join here with us. Paul here a very handsome mid-thirties, very smart, loves philosophy, loves movies, we're trying to see if we can – we can dress him up in a way where he can go on a date and he can close and potentially we don't have to wait ‘til I'm 80 years old to go to his wedding one day because he says he does want to have a family one day, we’ll see if that's going to take place or not.
So, with that being said before we get into…
Paul: I’m on my early 20’s actually.
Patrick: You’re in your early 20’s?
Patrick: You’re in your early 20’s sixteen years ago, so it's a whole different story.
So, look, Kelly.
Patrick: We've known each other now for I don't know eight years something like that?
Kelly: Something like that.
Patrick: Eight years. And, you've been on TV, you had your own show Something Borrowed Something New. You got a clothing line Cute Booty which is a cult-like type of a following you have going on. Tell us a little bit about yourself?
Kelly: I started my career when I was 13, I got a sewing machine and I just started sewing away, Patrick and you know that led me to starting my own line in Miami where I threw my own fashion shows. I'm completely self-taught. And then, I moved to LA about sixteen years ago, started a runway collection which then led into the lounge collection which led into TV. And it's – it’s blown up, so I'm blessed and here I am.
Patrick: And something about your clothing, you know, I felt the material is just incredible the way these cute booty pants feel like. Everybody who wears it if you have — ladies, if you haven't had it you got to go try it on CuteBootyLounge.com. You should go try it.
Okay. Antonio, on this side. Great story former marine officer and we've talked about that before quite a lot extensively about the lack of perfection with the marine folks, but he was an officer I was enlisted in the US Army. And, he now has 715,000 subscribers on YouTube, the number one guy for men’s style.
And the way he teaches I have to say you got to be the number one educator in the way you teach style. So, tell us a little about your background?
Antonio: Well, as you mentioned I’m a former marine. I'm a father I’m a husband. I live in a small town in Wisconsin and I use the science of style to make fashion relevant to men because I know most guys are kind of confused by it and maybe don't see this important. So, I really try to hit an emotional chord show guys how they can use style to get what they want out of life.
So, I use my Biology background and I talk about how…
Patrick: Biology background?
Antonio: Biology background. So, I take my undergrad…
Patrick: Like mitosis meiosis type of thing or?
Antonio: A little bit about Evolutionary Biology and you know how we compete for mates how actually when you dress a certain way you can invoke certain feelings and of trust of confidence.
And when a guy understands that there's a science that there is actually a lot of history behind this, all of a sudden feels more confident. And when he goes to wear a flower in his lapel he realizes, oh, there were soldiers in World I that did this and so I can have to confidence, it’s not – it does not make me less of a man to wear a flower. It actually is something that's very masculine.
Patrick: So, you guys can be, you know, more polar opposites and, you know, you got the pink hair, you don't. You know you're very, you know, put together from the ladies’ perspective from a men's perspective. So, we're really curious to know do you really want to take up this challenge of making a miracle happen today with Paul, Are you confident he can pull this off?
Kelly: First of all he’s tall which is always easier to dress a tall person, am I right?
Kelly: There’s less alterations that have to take place and that's number one that's great. Look at him, he’s cute, he’s got the dimples. He works for you, so obviously he's doing something right.
Patrick: Yes. He does have the dimples, I just noticed.
Kelly: [Laughs] I think it’s an easy case.
Antonio: Yeah, I'm looking at his overall build, this is going to be easy. I mean what we're trying to accomplish, it sounds like you're taking us to a great store.
Antonio: And, you know, this is — this is going to be easy – easy. I think the thing that is just sticking with me though, I mean you've been wearing her pants? She makes you…?
Patrick: I love her pants. It is a secret. I'm glad you saw this we were working out this morning he had a spandex on and I had this I had his — you were brave for wearing those spandex though man. I haven't seen a marine officer pull it off, but he pulled it off masculine walking around hitting the weights.
Antonio: We were doing yoga and we were sweating, right?
Patrick: Was that not fascinating at this yoga place? There's a side of Antonio you guys do not know about, but I promise you I’m going to exploit that side on Valuetainment.
So, it sounds like you guys are both ready. We want to thank also Saks Fifth because we're going to do this project at Saks Fifth off fifth in Dallas.
Paul: On Park Lane.
Patrick: On Park Lane which the entire team, we're looking forward to coming out and see what we can pull off here together. So, with that being said how about we get to work and we start seeing what we’re going to do.
Antonio: Let's do it.
Kelly: Let’s do it.
Patrick: All right. Let's go do it. Kelly, how you go first with Paul.
Patrick: I’m not going to lie to you. I have not slept this entire week.
Kelly: [Laughs] You’ve lost sleep over?
Patrick: I've lost sleep over Paul’s…
Kelly: Over Paul and his dilemma?
Patrick: Valuetainmen followers are messaging about Paul and pretty concerned.
Kelly: I see you. What’s up? I’m good. How are you?
Paul: I’m excited.
Kelly: Ready to shop?
Paul: I guess.
Kelly: Okay. So, let's talk really quick. I want to know a little bit about your personal style what you — what you're looking for like how you want to come across to your date?
Paul: I’m pretty open overall as long as it fits good and feels good, you know I’m pretty — pretty easy when it comes to that.
Kelly: Okay. And one last question. Do you when you get dressed, do you dress for women or you dress for men?
Paul: [Laughs] I don’t get that. I don’t get that.
Kelly: Just a question, it’s part of the process, Paul, part of the process.
Paul: I think ultimately I do get dress for both. I mean I don't want to not please one side like I feel it shouldn't be so harsh. So, I don't know I feel like if we dress nice for women most guys would be like, yeah, it's nice, I guess, yeah.
Kelly: [Laughs] Okay, let's go shopping. Come on. Moving on.
Paul: Moving on.
Kelly: So, goal for Paul is I want to get him three complete outfits that represent kind of three parts of what we talked about what he wants to look like what he wants to feel like I deal style. And, I want him to be three completely different. I want then represent him, but I also want them to step outside the box just a little bit. I mean as you see, Paul is nice looking guy, he's in his prime, but I want him to be classic with a little bit of a modern edge.
Let's face it women love a little swagger, so you want him to look at if he is a well-put-together entrepreneur manly man, but with a little bit of an edge. So, let's find your size, come around this way and let's go find your size. I like the darker denims for you. Oh, I see a 38. What is this? It’s not and it’s a lighter wash, but no.
Paul: Do you want me to try one on and see if it’s even possible?
Kelly: Let me just see.
Paul: It’s 36 32.
Kelly: It just says 36, l didn’t even see a length. Straight narrow brixton. Okay, let’s try it, I mean it’s not going to hurt. Oh, I see a 38 size 13 the largest size in the store ladies.
[Music] When I'm shopping for myself, I literally check out I'm in dreamland and I'm having the best time of my life. But, shopping for a man is a lot different especially when it's not your man.
Patrick: So, first of all, that's solid probably with the blue pants are perfect, not too tight not too loose. It's just the perfect – turn around give us a good –turn around take your hand out of your pocket for a minute and show me.
Kelly What do you think about the outfit on him? Come on, Paul.
Female: Oh, great outfit.
Kelly: Do you like it?
Patrick: Show them.
Female: What is this for?
Kelly: First date.
Female: I like it a lot. Where are you going?
Kelly: We don’t know yet. We don’t even have the girl yet.
Female: Oh, I think he looks good.
Kelly: Okay. Thank you.
Female: You’re welcome.
Kelly: Good. I love, love, love the shirt.
Paul: I like the shirt too.
Male: That is better with the sweater.
Kelly: Yeah. And you know – you know Theory? The brand Theory? It’s a great brand, it’s been around for years and years. It’s been around for like twenty years.
Paul: I trust you.
Paul: So, are you the guru and I’m the schmuck.
Kelly: I am not a guru and you are not the schmuck. Okay, maybe I am the guru, but you're definitely not the schmuck.
Kelly: $359.29, that is a lot. It’s almost $150 under budget, that’s because I'm the head, you know what I’m trying to say?
Patrick: That is impressive.
Patrick: That's impressive you got me. Listen, I respect that Kelly, so here you go, buddy.
Patrick: Kelly, are you ready I'm ready?
Kelly: I’m ready.
Patrick: Apparently you’re ready to present the product Paul to the rest of us?
Kelly: Yeah, I'm proud my work. He’s actually the first man I’ve ever styled.
Kelly: Officially, you know, you style your…
Patrick: Your man man, yeah.
Kelly: My man man. But, yeah, this is the first person I was hired to style. I think I did a great job. I basically dressed him as like if I were going on a date with him what I would like to see him walk into the restaurant or pick me up in.
Patrick: Are you ready to present the product?
Kelly: I'm ready to present the product. My only problem, Pat is we have, you know, we have some great outfit choices, I'm really worried about the car. Can he borrow your car to pick up the date or I mean that could — that could be a deal breaker.
Patrick: Have you seen his other car like the other car with all the dents in the car like I’m worried about you giving the car, it comes back with three dents in it.
Paul: It’s a work car. It’s a work car.
Kelly: I think he should just Ubers the date.
Patrick: I think it’s safer.
Patrick: Yeah. I think we should just get a nice Uber. That should be a better idea. I don't know if I want to risk the car with you, Paulie.
Kelly: I came under budget, so i think we can use the additional $150 for your Uber.
Patrick: That's right.
Paul: There you go.
Patrick: That’s right. We can do that. We can do that. So, Paul, you want to show us what you got? Come on here, Paul. Wala! So…
Kelly: I work off of color and vibrations not to sound like the cookie lady with pink hair.
Patrick: I like how it feels.
Kelly: But, I love colors and mix textures and patterns. I wanted to keep it really simple. I don't like men overdressed. And we have to be a little more realistic because it's a date and we're in Dallas, so the weather is a little warmer, so you can get away with a sweater at night time. I don’t want to over layer him. He is a bigger guy.
Patrick: Do you think guys do that a lot like way too much layering?
Kelly: Uhh. Some people…
Patrick: So, like your typical MO for men?
Kelly: It's a typical TV trick to over layer because it looks good, it looks good on camera. It looks, you know, it's a polished look it’s what the magazines are showing. But, you know, realistically when you go to restaurant you're not going to wear five layers. You’re going to – you’re a man you're big you're going to be hot as crap. You're going to start taking off these layers, you’re going to be itching, you’re going to be uncomfortable, you've got the scarf with the thing with the thing with tank top with short with the over layer with the button up with the vest, you know it’s too much.
Paul's a simple man, I wanted to keep him within the realms of what he would be comfortable in.
Patrick: Simple man?
Kelly: No, simply dressed. You know a complex mind.
Patrick: You’re simply the best.
Kelly: A messy car and a simple dresser.
Patrick: Can we make sure no one ever sees the car?
Paul: Yeah, absolutely.
Patrick: Really, like off limits.
Patrick: Ladies, you’re not going to see his car. Can we put a b-roll footage of his car in this video?
Kelly: Oh, my God.
Paul: There’s b-roll. There’s no b-roll.
Kelly: Oh, my God. Okay. Back to me and my outfit choices.
Paul: Look, it’s a functional car, it gets me to point A to B. I don’t drive.
Kelly: I really had a hard time deciding between this outfit and then the outfit with it the leopard Giuseppe Zanotti’s.
Patrick: He liked that one a lot.
Kelly: The acid-wash jeans.
Patrick: He liked that one a lot.
Kelly: I think that one was pretty genius.
Patrick: But, what I like the fact I like the fact that you did not let him close you on wanting to keep that outfit.
Patrick: Because he wanted that to be the outfit to present today.
Kelly: I mean I feel like you wanted him to choose that outfit, so you can borrow the shoes.
Patrick: The shoes were fantastic. I would definitely sport those shoes all day long and stay here. Can we — do you mind if we show the picture with the Giuseppe's of Paul complete with…
Kelly: No, I think it’s a great…
Patrick: Mario, why don’t we show – show Paulie with the Giuseppe. This is what Paulie looked like with the Guiseppe’s.
So, Kelly, I got a question for you.
Patrick: I got a question for you. So, first of all, Paul, do you feel good right now?
Paul: I feel great.
Patrick: Is there something like because I noticed the way you were walking today, we had to keep you away from the other side of the headquarters flirting with the girls because it was like too much confidence.
Kelly: Yeah. He – he walked in with an entirely different attitude.
Patrick: I saw that.
Kelly: You know he's a little taller, you didn’t slouch.
Patrick: Grew a couple of inches.
Kelly: The colors looked really good on you. I love the color combo. We’re still utilizing color, but without going overboard. You are a manly man, you've got the black hair you've got the really nice skin tones. I think these jewel tones complement, but without being too much like I don’t look at you and think, oh, wow, he’s wearing way too much color. It just fits you. The pants are nice. Paul's got a great butt, by the way ladies, very nice derriere.
Patrick: Mommy and daddy whatever you did [crease].
Patrick: Good stuff.
Kelly: So, it’s important to find a nice fitting pair of pants that wasn't too loose it wasn't too tight on his thighs because I know men have that problem a lot of times. And I really wanted to bring in a more fun aspect and a casual aspect with the Chuck Taylor’s. And I hope your wear your — you did wear your socks. See?
Patrick: You go, Paulie.
Kelly: You can't be too serious when you’re dress – fashion is not brain science we’re not, you know, we're not performing any medical miracles here, so you have to have a little bit of fun in with your outfit otherwise it’s boring.
Patrick: I got a question for you.
Patrick: I got a question for you. Do you think you dressing him from the point of view of a woman is different than a man dressing him from the point of view of the man?
Kelly: Absolutely. Absolutely.
Patrick: So, what is the difference in your opinion?
Kelly: The difference in my opinion is, well, I'm dressing him the way I would want to see my date walk-in you know. And it's also two different things, if I was dressing him for a magazine shoot or for say a red carpet event or we’re attending some type of event not a gala, obviously that would be a suit, I would – I would have taken a different approach. But, because it's a first date, you want to present yourself as serious but also fun, colorful but also grounded.
[0:15:04] You know clothes say a lot about a man and you want to keep it polished, but you don't want to overdo it. You want to have some type of — you want to feel — you want your date to feel relaxed. So, if you're overdressed or you're over buttoned-up or over suited, I feel like although it's a great look for business or some occasions, for a first date you want to really be inviting.
Patrick: Sounds good. Well, we like it. Paulie, why don’t you now go with our friend here Antonio and see if he can make a miracle happen with you in a completely different outfit. Well, I like this one, I’m curious to know what he has prepared for the rest of us.
Paul: I’m excited.
Patrick: So, excellent. Very cool.
Antonio: We are going to be taking Paul’s level of style up an entire notch. So, I have this challenge presented me from the guys over at Valuetainment and they want me to work with Paul to basically look at what he’s bringing to the table and help him figure out how to set the best first impression.
Now, this is ideally for a date, this is could be something you’re just going to meet friends at a bar, but this isn't going to be something I'm not looking to put together a suit more casual wear something that you can send the signal. He's got style he knows he wants to send the right signal, but at the same time we got to stay within a $500 budget. So, we’re ready to make it happen. Let's go do it.
Paul: Antonio. Good to see you again.
Antonio: Good to see you. All right, man, are you ready to make this happen?
Paul: Let’s do it. I’m ready.
Antonio: What we're going to focus in on really it's going to be the shirt, it’s going to be the pants, but it's the shoes that we're going to start for. We’re going to – we’re going to build this entire outfit around the shoes.
All right. So, when we're starting off with shoes, I mean this is one of the foundation of a man's wardrobe is his footwear. Normally, I would say you want to spend most of your money on a suit — on a suit jacket, but that's going to be for interviews that's going to be for when you're building your base wardrobe.
At this point, you're looking for first impressions, you’re going out on a date. Most men aren't going to be wearing a suit out on the first date.
Antonio: We also are in Dallas, Texas, so we got to pay attention to the weather.
Antonio: It's hot, it sometimes occasionally gets a little bit humid here, but above all it's hot. And so, like I said we’re going to go back and choose a shirt, but we want to choose – this is something that you can wear shoes with a lot of character but we want to make sure we get the right level of formality.
I’m going to go over. What I can see with Paul is we've got a good well-built chest. His shoulders right here, he's got square shoulders just slightly not too bad. I think it would measure about 20 inches across in the shoulder area – put your arms down. He's got little bit longer arms, so what I'm guessing right here is that you have trouble fitting clothing right in this area.
Antonio: And that's going to be a trouble hotspot. So, whenever we're looking for shirts, anything we want to make sure it fits in this area. We may find something that we like the look we like the color, it's perfect, except it doesn't fit. And that is as much as we like it we can't buy it.
So, Paul what you're going to want to look for is identify not just what you like in colors, but also the brands that fits you well here because you're going to want to stick and become brand loyal. Because if a brand fits you here, it’s going to setting you can go online and purchase other things from there.
Paul: Right. That makes sense.
Patrick: Are we ready?
Antonio: This is I think a great outfit for a lot of guys. Definitely stiff. I know how you feel about this?
Paul: I feel good. I feel good.
Patrick: I don't know about this. This is going to be interesting.
Antonio: Let’s go try something else.
Patrick: Let’s do it, Paulie.
Antonio: Yeah. Let’s check out.
Female: It’s going to be $497.88.
Patrick: How much?
Patrick: He spent the whole thing. [Laughs] Look at this.
I guess the question I would have for you is do you feel better yourself with confidence by knowing that you’re wearing is a match and you look good?
Paul: Yeah, absolutely, absolutely. I think, you know, it’s obvious it’s always nice to hear compliments everybody likes that, but also, I think just understanding that some of the logic sometimes — sometimes, you know, you can get crazy with your mind you just don't know because you don’t have experience. But, hearing other people give advice and then kind of tailor it to you and understanding the principles, I think is critical, so.
Female: Thank you everyone for shopping with Saks Fifth off fifth in Dallas.
Patrick: Okay. So, I'm not sure if you can top that because the way Paul came in here he kind of controlled the room, but, you know, when he walked in with this, man, this is — this is some nice stuff here. So, why don’t you tell us what you were thinking when you got this outfit for Paul?
Antonio: So, the first thing I do when I look at a man is I look, okay, how was he built and what can I do with his existing body. This is something most men can't change overnight, so I looked at his shoulders I looked at his chest built, I’m like this is his strength this is what we've got to focus and emphasize. He's got the height, we talked about that at the beginning.
Antonio: But, you know, be able to build up those shoulders build up that chest, that's always going to make a man look more masculine look more strong, so focusing on his strengths. So, that was our emphasis with the outfit.
Patrick: So, what you’re saying is, you know, for the ladies out there, he’s well-built is what you’re saying just like a…?
Antonio: Yeah. I mean definitely he is a man, if you want to pass on good genetic traits to your children, look at this guy.
Kelly: [Laughs] All right!
Patrick: Solid endorsement from Antonio. So, you got two endorsements so far. So, why don't you – why don’t you show us the product. Come on in, Paul.
Whoa! Lookie lookie, Paulie.
Antonio: So, the jacket I want to say that the jacket I think most men they say maybe I'm not a jacket-wearing kind of guy. Well, do they really they thought about it? What it does builds up the shoulders, builds up the chest, actually makes the hands look stronger, bigger, more masculine. If you go back to Evolutionary Biology I mean it was something that mates were chosen based off the size and the strength of the hands.
Patrick: That’s what you mean by evolutionary biology?
Antonio: Exactly. The color here mimics also his hair focuses us on the face. He's got a good brow line good, you know, when I look at his jaw everything here is emphasized with a bit color. We got the v-shape that is being built.
Now, the pants right here. I have to admit I'm not necessarily a slim, you know, kind of pant guy, but he loved them, he gravitated towards them he wears them with confidence. So, in this particular case and the color right here…
Patrick: You call it [a notable].
Antonio: Yeah. He’s — this guy right here, he owns this look. So, me, I probably wouldn't — I would have gone with something a little bit looser, but for him it worked and we were able — you could interchange any of this.
So, with everything I choose I’m always thinking interchangeable wardrobe. I want a guy to be able to buy investment pieces, so he could bring in regular blue jeans and dark denim and indigo. He could drop the jacket and all of a sudden, he would still have a good look if it got a little bit hot.
Now, the shoes we want a very neutral gray something that's going to be fun casual, a bit of texture on them. We looked at some other ones out there, there was a blue pair that he loved, which he actually bought…
Patrick: He ended up buying, yeah.
Antonio: On his own dime.
Paul: Both of you guys liked the shoes.
Antonio: Yeah. But, I think that we still got some of the texture right here, the other ones were suede. This right here with a little bit of, you know, right in there. But, overall I feel that this is a look that he'll be able to pull off if you want you can dress it down. He could even wear black or a navy blue type of jacket with this and dress it up even a little bit higher, so.
Patrick: How do you feel, Paul?
Paul: I feel excellent. I feel excellent. I definitely love trying out different things and just – I love hearing both different sides of the coin, different — different ways of approaches, but very, very informative.
Patrick: What would you say you learn from Kelly that you didn't know and what did you learn from him that you didn't know?
Paul: From Kelly's just – just watching kind of her process. It was – it was kind of this is this and she I could see her processing things, but she would — she would try things out and then do kind of like a process of elimination. So, she wasn't afraid to just grab something and then no, no, that wasn't good, no, no that wasn't good. So, there was a just a natural kind of filtering process that you do and then she ultimately created these outfits and it was making five different outfits.
And then, Antonio has – has a very logical and step process. And — and so, it feeds on both sides of my brain which I liked. And very informative in terms of just some of the actual like technical things that, again, that I like to know sometimes some of the – the — the wise just — just because my processing is that way well also. So…
Patrick: So, you have two different ways…
Paul: Two different ways, but I thought they both work with me because I'm –I'm both sides of the coin.
Patrick: So, let me tell you what I thought. I was prepared because mentally I'm thinking, you know, here is Real Men Real Style, he knows how to get people to wear suits. And, Kelly Nishimoto Cute Booty, Something Borrowed Something New. I was expecting you to come up with Kelly in a wedding dress, that's what I was expecting.
Patrick: And I was expecting you to come out in a full-on suit with the — with Antonio and Antonio challenged me to think bigger and more creative yesterday at Saks which was a challenge and I'm willing to work on it just so you know that.
Antonio: All right.
Patrick: But, I am very impressed man both of you guys on what you've done. So, can we get price point, so $500 as a budget for each, what was your budget at the end by the time you guys were done? What did this cost us?
Antonio: Well, we did actually grab another pair of pants, so that put us at $497, but minus that extra pair of pants, we were just over $400, so.
Patrick: So, $400? This outfit is $400.
Patrick: And Kelly how about your outfit?
Kelly: We came in about $359 which is kind of funny because I'm usually an over-budget person, so I was really surprised we got to the register. I think what really kind of brought the price point down a little bit was a good pair of Converse. That's always a great affordable shoe that looks great for most everyone. And so, that brought it down a little bit. And then the Calvin Klein shirt happens to be on a super sale, so that really afforded us to get underwear, undershirts, and a belt. We shall show you later.
Paul: Fully locked and loaded.
Patrick: Locked and loaded.
Paul: I’m locked and loaded.
Patrick: That’s the idea. That’s the idea. Our hopes right now – now, we’re very hopeful. I personally appreciate you guys being willing to take up the challenge and doing the impossible because this is a miracle for us to know that now Paul is walking around thinking he's like a combination of…
Antonio: It's not complete though.
Patrick: It’s not done yet. We got to close the deal. And so, to close the deal to close the deal here's what we need to do. Okay, here’s what we need to do.
One, we need you to vote on the bottom here whether you’re watching this on the website PatrickBetDavid.com or if you’re watching this on YouTube, comment on the bottom. If you like Antonio's outfit, let's put the picture up which is this one here on what Paul looks like.
And if you like Kelly's outfit that he got for Paul which is right here you're looking at the image of it. If you like Kelly, type in Kelly, if you like Antonio, type in Antonio and then now we'll see which one is the better outfit.
And, Paul I kind of want to put you on the spotlight, if you don't mind. And this is my first, I rarely put you on the spotlight, so this is my first time I’m doing this.
Paul: It never happened.
Patrick: I am – I am willing to do this and you got — you got to say yes or no if you're open to it, if you're not open to it you got to tell the public you're not open to it. I think it’s a good idea if we give your phone number out.
Patrick: And if they want to text you, if anybody has any questions or anything, they can text you, okay?
Patrick: And we just want to tell you not to do any kind of sexting at this point. Let's first start off with just the basic message. If the specimen here 6162215. Incredible body fat, great strong bone density. He talked about the — the possibility of great family. Shoulders prominent to chest. Kelly said incredible butt, size 12-1/2 shoes. I mean I don't know where else to go with this.
This is a – if – if we were – if we were working on Kentucky Derby with horses, I mean, you know, you want to be able to sell the horse. I can sell this horse if you were a stallion. I'm just saying it, but we're not in that business, right?
Kelly: I can sell this horse.
Patrick: So, I’m not a stallion, I’m an agent, I’m an insurance guy I’m a Valuetainment guy, I’m an entrepreneur guy. So, but we want you to text Paul. Let me put the number up here. His number is – Paul, again, hang tight 214-600-7084, 214-600-7084.
I am so curious to know about the response you’re going to get. We’re going to judge a lot of the success based on the amount of a context you're going to get. He's based in Dallas, Texas willing to get an Uber, okay? And I'm willing to get him to drive either the Ferrari or the iA to one of the dates upon approval, upon approval.
Kelly: And, let’s make it very clear that he is a man seeking a woman.
Patrick: Yes, he is. Yeah, that’s been clarified already.
Paul: Thank you.
Kelly: Okay. Just making sure.
Patrick: It was doubted at one point, but it's been clarified. Nothing wrong with that, but we're clear at this point. And so, I mean I don't know what other way to sell it. You guys got any final buzz before we finish this off?
Kelly: Well, I want to compliment Antonio. I love his jacket I love that you chose that for him. It's something that can be dressed up and/or dressed down. I think that’s a great piece for men to have in their closet.
Antonio: And, Kelly with your outfit, I love that you actually went with one of his favorite colors, purple and you’re able to bring that in and make it look very strong and masculine.
Kelly: Thank you.
Antonio: You’re welcome.
Patrick: But, just on the behind scenes, I had to separate them because there was a fight going on this morning. Absolute fight, it was screaming shouting. We don't even need to use that b-roll because it was terrible. Things being thrown around all this other stuff. Kelly wanted to dye his hair pink and…
Patrick: It was – it was a lot of this stuff going on.
Antonio: You simply had put on only one coffee out there. That was the issue at point.
Kelly: Well, I won that battle like don’t mess with the girl with her coffee.
Patrick: We gave you coffee, we gave you wine, we gave you beer, we have the cake, we have the 88 wine bottle dispenser, we gave you options. Last night we had some extracurricular activities that we won't get into. Bring the shirts, we got some gifts for you. We got some gifts for you here and we'll take these pictures afterwards.
So, Kelly, since you are Miss Pink, okay? We have an I Am An Entrepreneur pink shirt for you.
Kelly: I love it.
Patrick: And, buddy since you served the military the marines, we are appreciative of your service. We got your marine color I Am An Entrepreneur shirt.
Antonio: Thank you.
Patrick: For your sports. Thank you guys for taking time to come out. Let's get that last pillow here. Gang, if you haven't subscribed to this channel, please do so. You can subscribe on the bottom. Again, comment if you vote for him, Antonio on the bottom, if you want Kelly, Kelly on the bottom.
[0:30:06] And you can follow Antonio on Real Men Real Style on YouTube and I'm telling you we've been following its content for quite some time. And it was purely accidental when we followed you I think a year ago or something like that and then about two months ago or three months ago you commented on one of the videos we had.
Antonio: I've been stalking you.
Patrick: You've been stalking…
Antonio: Your channel for a while.
Patrick: So, stalking is mutual.
Patrick: So, it’s a mutual stalking type of relationship. And then, Kelly and I we got over the stalking part eight years ago. We became friends and you saw it here. You can go to Real Men Real Style on YouTube and all the content are there. With Kelly, I suggest you go to KellyNishimoto.com and from there if you want to purchase her pants that he didn’t want to wear because he prefers spandex. But, if you want to try her pants, I suggest you go to Kelly Nishimoto you’re going to go to CuteBootyLounge.com and purchase the pants. You will fall in love with them.
Who knows maybe we may even collaborate in the future and do some other things. I know a lot of you guys would love to hear. You can see talk about style, so what if we bring, you know, Antonio does something on a monthly basis or something we do in the future. We don't know yet, we'll talk we'll figure out based on the response we get with this.
And then, Kelly for the lady entrepreneurs, she's got a lot of things to talk about entrepreneurship for the women maybe we can do something there as well.
So, with that being said, thank you so much everybody for watching this episode. Thank you again for coming up. Paul, thank you for your courage.
Take care everyone. Bye-bye.
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