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If you don’t actually watch your date entering info into their smart phone, don’t expect them to remember it.
Only a small pool of men bothers with belts and button-downs around here.
Women wear flats on coffee dates and almost everywhere else (because cobblestone streets are hell on stilettos).
Being a woman, Kelly says this was a difficult achievement. I had to pull my weight and everybody else's and get the job done as fast, or faster"; trucking in the Himalayas in India; in a later season, she drove in Bolivia and Peru.
Journalist Kaye O'Hara claims that Kelly was offered a contract to return to the show for season six, but she declined it.