Ensnaring the adore of your life can be a formidable and extensive process.
How to locate their eye? How to rivet them in flirtatious conversation? How to convince them you’re the one?
Many of us make some deceptive try to win them over and possibly give it up as a bad pursuit or shirk in the shadows, examination their Instagram activity from afar.
But not Lizzy Fenton.
She’s a tyro at the University of Minnesota who put her insane PowerPoint skills to good use by formulating a very detailed, very impressive display to send to her crush, Carter, explaining accurately since he should date her.
I just emailed this powerpoint to my vanquish Carter do you consider it’ll work :// pic.twitter.com/xHN1bYSdL6
— Lizzy Fenton (@LizzyFenton) March 27, 2017
The six-slide origination enclosed pages entitled ‘Monogamy not your style? No Problem. Dating me is like having 3 opposite girlfriends’, which goes into her different hairstyles.
Another is called: ‘My bust vaunt plain expansion over time’, which includes a graph of her projected breast expansion over time, formed on the fact that she’s left from an A to a DD crater between 2013 and 2017.
She sets out her financial fortitude (‘I can support myself. we can support you. we don’t live with my parents’) and even provides testimonies from Channing Tatum and Miss America 212 – both of whom whole-heartedly support her application.
‘[Lizzy] is as sharp as a lilac tree in bloom. A dry and proverbial wit – the voice of grown up undercuts the childish ardour,’ says the New York Times.
Meanwhile, the crush’s ex-girlfriend says: ‘She’s really an upgrade. Nice work, old sport.’
Amazingly, Carter doesn’t seem to have been blown away.
He simply replied to the Powerpoint with a brief email that reads: ‘This is very nice. Please stop contacting me’.
— Lizzy Fenton (@LizzyFenton) March 30, 2017
Which is weird since even Microsoft Office was blown divided at the ability involved.
— Microsoft Office (@Office) March 31, 2017
At slightest if she doesn’t find a date, she’ll substantially get offering a job.