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Woman Sends Her Crush A Powerpoint Presentation On Why He Should Date Her And Goes Massively Viral

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A woman on Twitter name Lizzy Fenton works in science, and she clearly had an organized mind. When she decided she had a crush on someone named Carter, she organized all of her thoughts about why she’d make him an excellent partner. Then she opened up her computer and made an incredibly elaborate PowerPoint presentation about it, the way one does. Then she shared it on Twitter, writing, “I just emailed this PowerPoint to my crush Carter do you think it’ll work ://”

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“Why you should date me,” it begins.

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“Sick of your family nagging you to get a serious girlfriend?” she asks in slide two. “Look no further.”

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She then outlines how she’s a great conversationalist, fashionable, and had the exact sense of humor to win over moms everywhere. She then outlines why dating her is like dating three people, if you’re not into monogamy. Nice try.

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She comes back from the fake non-monogamy with some excellent data on boob growth, and even charts her progression for people who are more visual learners.

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And she’s got a job! What is Carter waiting for!

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Fenton also offered a few quotes from people who have praised her in the past, like Channing Tatum, who allegedly said, “Wanted to ask her out but she’s way out of my league.”

Somehow, Carter was still not seduced. Fenton shared an email from her beloved that read, “This is very nice. Please stop contacting me.”

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Well, Carter may not be in love, but the Internet is. Fenton’s PowerPoint has been retweeted over 20 thousand times and these are the two most common reactions:

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Even Microsoft Office chimed in for a little free publicity:

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Even though it didn’t work out with Carter, in a way, Fenton wins via Internet clout.