Woman says she received 10-page PowerPoint from man after matching on dating app
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While most people struggle to get a text back, one woman received a whole 10-page PowerPoint presentation from a guy convincing her to go on a date with him.
Maddie (@maaddiegraham) shared an amusing explainer on her TikTok page where she opened up about the bloke she was chatting to on Hinge.
The psychology student said he was 'trying to sus out her competition', and so she gave it to him straight by telling him she was going to need some sort of 'pamphlet' to persuade her to go out with him.
Although it seems like this was meant to be a bit of a joke, the guy went for it, asking Maddie for her email address.
"This man created me a 10-point PowerPoint slide of why I should go on a date with him," she says.
And this is where things get interesting, as the TikToker turns the camera around to give us a look at the presentation.
The title alone – 'Why you should go on a date with this cutie' – is hilarious.
She goes on to demonstrate the various slides, which include 'I love my job', 'I still love a social event', 'Spontaneous date nights' and 'A sense of humour'.
Which I think we can all agree are pretty great characteristics.
He went on to point out that he loves to cook, he's a good cuddler, he can get access to decent events and, in his own words, he's a 'hotty'.
You can't deny - the boy's got confidence.
Maddie also gave us a closer look at some of the slides, starting off with his job: "I never feel depleted from work, because work rarely feels like work."
In another, he writes: "Make sure you keep a few nights each week free for me, because we're going on cute dates."
Although she shows us most of the presentation, Maddie leaves out the 'hotty' one to understandably uphold his privacy.
In the tenth and final point, titled 'You can find the rest out later', the man lists his contact details, leaving it up to her whether she chooses to text, call or slide into his DMs.
Raise your hand if you would date this person.
There were a lot of raised hands from the online community, with one writing (all in caps): "GURL SECURE THAT BAG."
"Great initiative and sense of humour you should definitely go on a date," said another, to which Maddie replied: "I told him I would love to go on a date with him."
Here's hoping his real-life personality matches up with his PowerPoint skills.
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