A new reality TV show will connect single cowboys with eligible ladies.
During calving season earlier this year, I jokingly suggested that BravoTV make a reality show called, “Real Ranchwives of Rural America.” I learned that you’ve got to be careful what you wish for. A few weeks later, my sisters and I were actually approached about doing such a show, but after a few interviews, we were deemed “too tame” for national TV. Go figure.
Now there’s a casting call for a new reality show featuring single cowboys. Yes, you read that right. If you’re an available cowboy bachelor (ages 21-35), this is your opportunity to find love on national TV.
Forget the failing track record of relationships initiated on shows like “The Bachelor.” This show claims to be an unscripted series featuring “real deal cowboys with real cowboy jobs and real cowboy personalities,” -- whatever that means.
Don’t shoot the messenger here. I’m not saying this is a good idea, but I thought I should share the casting call, just in case you might be a lonely cowboy on the range ready to find love (or know someone else who might fit the bill).
So, how do you submit the info of an eligible cowboy bachelor? Simply email your name and age, along with contact phone number, city and state where you live, a short bio of yourself (job, family and reason why you’re still single), as well as a recent photo of yourself to matadorcastingCA@gmail.com.
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And, any ladies who might meet these eligible cowboy bachelors, you have been warned. They might be charming, and they might wear a cowboy hat and boots to go along with their rough, tough and mysterious personas, but chances are, you’re going to be opening gates, washing diesel fuel out of stained jeans, and finding hay and straw in odd places around your house. Read my post on “Real Ranchwives,” and don’t say I didn’t warn you! But, don't let me scare you off. I happen to love a cowboy, and he's a pretty good guy to have around.
What do you feel about a reality cowboy dating show? What caught your eye when you first found your cowboy or cowgirl? Just for fun, share your best dating stories or dating advice in the comments section below.