Wow. Broads in NYC are really going to the Hamptons and screwing any man who owns a house?!?!?!?!
Cass Almendral has been having himself a great summer — and he owes it all to his house. Half a mile from the Southampton train station, his eight-bedroom, $4 million 1890s farmhouse, complete with a pool and hot tub, has been the site of many a summer bash. But it’s done more than just serve as a party castle.It’s given Almendral his cachet with the ladies.
“If you own a house, you’re at a huge advantage,” he says. “That’s why I’m single. Every summer I can have a huge adventure.” Indeed, summer in the Hamptons gives new meaning to the term “house hunting,” as hordes of cement-weary New Yorkers arrive on Long Island, willing to use their romantic wiles to snag the catch of the season — seaside-home-owning New Yorkers. These homeowners are generous with the invitations — as long as their guests are generous with other things.
“I’ve had girls who’d take the bus over and linger around, then have sex with anyone who had a house,” says Almendral, the 50-year-old managing director of the Wall Street Solutions Group Inc.
“They weren’t hookers. They got by through the kindness of strangers . . . they see the Hamptons as an adventure that’s also a safe, luxurious experience.”
There are typically two types of Hamptons-home-hungry New Yorkers. There are the long-term planners, who set the trap early and start dating someone with a sandy abode in the spring (the better for feigning genuineness) and continue the lackluster relationship through Labor Day.
And then there are what veteran club owner Mark Baker likes to call the “professional guests.” “Their job, all attractive women, is to track and hunt down guys in the Hamptons and make a beeline for the ones with houses so they’ll have a place to stay for the summer,” he says.
As for the age range of these Hamptons ladies? Either in their early 20s, or 30s and up. “A lot of them become very picky when they’re 27, 28 — their time is limited. They’re not giving it away,” says Almendral. (Did we mention he’s 50?)
“But once they get into their 30s, they start giving it away again. The product is past its expiration date.”
“Some girls will pressure girls who are new to the city to be friends with a certain guy because of his Hamptons house,” says a 25-year-old woman who works at an investment banking firm. “It’s an overarching theme of the summer — find a guy with a home and date him.”
“I know three women who have their own houses and they’re going after the polo players and young guys who think they can help them get the next job. They have a smart smile, good handshake and they’ll look you in the eye. They know what they’re doing, too,” says Almendral.