Well apparently, he says an “absolutely gorgeous girl” rejected him in the past after he failed to provide one when she asked him for it.So the next thing you know, he’s already crafting a resume, not for a job or anything but for the next dating opportunity.Joe’s impressive resume included a lot of details such as his educational background, work experience, and even skills (such as roller blading, replying to long texts, etc). He says he wants “To find a honey with a bitchin’ family who enjoys sushi, adventures and good movies.” He even notes that he doesn’t have a Tinder because he doesn’t “objectify women for the sake of ‘getting ass.’” “Ashley informed me that the mysterious suitor has since asked another guy to formal.I never actually talked with the girl who originally needed a date, just Ashley who originally made the Facebook post.” Remember that time when some random dude insulted you online?
The question is: should you take that step yourself? But there’s a fine line between bold and obnoxious, and dating resumés teeter dangerously on the edge.
And those who excel at selling and branding themselves get swipes and dates.
The paradox of choice is realer than ever—you have limited opportunity to grab someone’s attention before they move on to seemingly greener pastures and higher-resolution selfies.
Sometimes it can even mean finding the perfect wedding date.
Just ask Delyanie who matched with one very dedicated guy named Nate who was even willing to build a resume to go to a wedding with her.