A woman has come up with a way of sharing her contact details on nights out after becoming fed up with single life.
Melany Lloyd, 22, from Wiltshire, came up with the idea to create a custom-made stamp with all her details on, after a string of "failed dating scenarios".
She had spotted a similar idea on TikTok and fancied giving it a try herself. You can watch a video of how it went below:
Melany had the stamp designed through an online shop for £21 and got it printed with her Snapchat and Instagram handles - and a message reading: "I think you're fit, if you're single, hit me up."
"My friends all kind of encouraged me to do it, they just thought it would be funny," says Melany, who managed to stamp 15 men in one night with the stamp and has been texting with some of them since then.
"I had no idea my version of the TikTok would blow up the way they did."
According to Melany, her new strategy has been a huge hit and her stamps have been well received by all the men she approached.
"All the guys that I stamped found it really funny, I'm still speaking to a couple of them now and a they all said it was the best way that a girl's hit on them," she adds.
"It's made a really funny how did you meet story for a couple of the guys that I'm talking to now."
Melany shared a video of the night, and so far it's had more than 700,000 views in less than three days.
"The TikTok is still blowing up now, I have no idea why, but it seems to be quite a lot of girls wanting to get one themselves."
People are loving the video, with heaps of TikTokers commenting on the clip and others wanting to get their hands on a stamp, too.
One wrote: "I need this what a great idea," while another said: "This is the way forward."
And a third added: "Love this... Post a part two let us know if anything came of it!!!?"
In the comments, Melany added that she "asked all the guys if they were single before stamping".
"I went up to them and asked if they were single and if they said yes I stamped them and walked away," she explained.
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