May 12 marks the 30th anniversary that Air Supply members Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell started a partnership that created hits like Lost In Love, All Out Of Love and Every Woman In The World.
One person particularly touched by the band is an Australian journalist named Luke Ford, who says Air Supply songs articulate what he feels about love but rarely experiences.
He wants to honor the bands anniversary by taking a woman out to a vegan restaurant and a walk along the beach while engaging in meaningful conversation with no distancing devices.
Ford hopes the experience revives his romantic side, which he says has been dormant ever since a woman reprehended him for sending flowers too soon in a relationship.
Ford hopes the woman is attractive but says more than 15 lbs. overweight is not a problem.
Interested woman can apply by e-mailing Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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